Yes, it’s a strong claim to make, but there are too many examples of funeral related businesses whose Facebook pages ARE working to deny the truth…when you do it right, your page will generate a lot of attention, engagement and leads (yes, real leads from families in your community).
FrontRunner Professional today announced the release of the industry’s first two-way integration between Facebook and a funeral homes’ online obituary pages.
Foundation Partners Group (FPG), a leading provider of innovative funeral, cemetery and cremation experiences and products, has launched its newly-upgraded, mobile-friendly websites and a new mobile device application.
Sitting on a wooden park bench in Los Angeles’s Griffith Park, a father watched his two young daughters cruise by again and again on the nearby merry-go-round. As he observed the children enjoying the ride, he began…
Forbes has released its list of the highest-paid dead celebrities of 2016, and it features a number of iconic figures who passed this year, including golfing legend Arnold Palmer and Prince.
A Corpse going for a ride, Jamie Merideth talks to us about the Fast Funding Group and a PURPLE URN, PURPLE URN for Prince.
At 4p.m. EST on Sunday, October 16th, a quarter of all funeral homes in the United States will receive a phone call. The call will be made to every ASD client as part of our company’s Crisis Communication test, which transmits a message to you through several channels in order to test our notification process.
“Since we started working with Ryan and his team at DISRUPT, our Facebook “Likes” have gone through the roof,” stated Music. “To be brutally honest, I don’t feel like I’m wasting my advertising dollars at all.”
The funeral profession has gone through a lot of changes over the last 10 years. Between the rising trend of cremation, the importance of online funeral products like websites and social media pages, and even the shift in the needs of today’s families, it’s hard to believe that the next 10 years could shake up the funeral profession any more than the previous 10 have.
Prince’s Final Resting Place: See the First Photos of the Bejeweled Urn Modeled After the Late Singer’s Paisley Park Estate
Tyka and President teamed up with Foreverence artists to create a scale-model of Paisley Park, measuring 14 inches high and 18 inches long, decorated with Prince’s famous symbol—done in purple, naturally. The ceramic and glass piece is covered by seven iridescent crystals that were chosen by Tyka, who placed the final jewel in the piece herself.