After years of posting indiscriminately to social media, I was suddenly faced with uncomfortable questions about what will happen to all of it when I die.
Just because Facebook is available and fairly easy to utilize does not mean it’s a slam dunk to do it well. Many poorly executed, inefficient, and downright ugly Facebook pages exist out there. We’ve identified the 6 critical elements below you’ve got to get right. Check these things against your business page to make sure your Facebook presence is not a distraction and a detriment to your funeral home:
Death scenes aren’t usually the most celebrated as far as cinema is concerned but done correctly they can be quite remarkable. From Russell Franklin’s watery demise to Boromir’s departure from this mortal coil, we cover some of the best on-screen finales.
Despite intense outcry from the medical community and reproductive rights advocates, Texas isn’t budging on a proposed rule to require the cremation or burial of fetal remains.
“As the Foundation Partners Group family continues to grow and thrive, this annual conference has provided us with an opportunity for our team members to recharge, reconnect and come together to address some longstanding challenges in funeral service,” commented Jim Ford, FPG Chief Customer Officer.
The red brick funeral home, Janaza Services of Georgia, is easy to miss. The funeral home is in a quiet, mostly residential neighborhood off Buford Highway. Its name, Janaza, comes from the Arabic word for funeral.
If The Walt Disney Company entered the funeral profession, what would a family’s experience look like?
A funeral home director is being accused of taking a selfie while a casket was being loaded into a hearse, KTRK reports.
The 2016 convention is being held in October 23-26 in Philadelphia, PA, and offers numerous events, workshops and seminars for funeral professionals.
These are only some of the reasons you won’t want to miss out on this year’s convention.
After a great talk in beautiful Chattanooga, Tennessee, Ryan takes a few mins to talk about NOW and why you need to change your perspectives and open up to different marketing mediums. Don’t get left behind thinking you’ll be able to catch another train to the future, tomorrow is here today (Now).