This week: We speak to Christian Crews from Omneo, our Spotlight on a Funeral Director takes us high in the air and we go on the road for our WTF segment!
The death of a major artist reveals what’s best about Twitter and Facebook, not what’s worst.
Bob Burg, Jim Gilmore and Inky Johnson will headline the National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA) 2016 International Convention & Expo, October 23-26 in Philadelphia, Penn.
As the death rate continues to rise in Japan, the country has begun to explore alternative storage methods, if you will, to offer relief to overcrowded crematoriums. That solution comes in the form of “corpse hotels,” where bodies are stored in pristine conditions for up to four days before space is cleared at crematoriums for their arrival.
Visuals are, possibly, the most critical component of any content you post. In Facebook, articles with images get 94% more total views. Because your news feed is so packed with images it’s helpful to know what kind of photos or graphics get the most attention. Here are some pointers on creating, finding, and formatting the best images for your funeral home’s Facebook Page:
Our day-to-day lives aren’t often examined by those who don’t also live them, and what winds up happening is a lot of misconception about the work we do, and what our days look like. It feels hard to be understood by our friends and families, and even the people who love us can’t always relate to the demands and challenges of our jobs, try as they might.
Bess Kalb, twenty-eight, died immediately upon entering Burning Man with her new boyfriend, Travis or Trevor. There were no remains.
It’s been several years since Volume 1 of “The Funeral Director’s Guide to Marketing” was published, and a lot has changed during that time.
Facebook has a lot more clout, search engine optimization has taken on even more importance and cremation has continued its upward climb. As a result, marketing has never been more important.
This week on DISRUPTu!: I talk about romance for old marketing and why you need to show love to ‘new marketing’. This show is ballin’ and I dance freestyle.
When data is moved into digital spaces such as online, into software programs, and into the cloud, it can sometimes prompt questions about data ownership. When you send an email, for example, do you own the content of the email, or does your service provider?