It’s great that so many potential customers frequent Facebook these days (about as often as they use the restroom!), but with so much traffic and competition in the Newsfeed it can be difficult for a funeral home to get noticed.
We’ve compiled below some quick tips as to how you can increase the odds of being seen when people use the restroom, er…when they browse their Facebook Newsfeed:
I’m not talking about CEU’s where you doodle on the handout and spend most of the session on your smartphone chatting about how bored you are. I’m talking about training. The funeral industry has falsely manifested the notion that CEU’s are training. They are not. They are education.
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If there are two things you can never get enough of while working at a funeral home, they are a sense of humor and recognition. When you have a career which requires you to comfort those suffering from loss, most times without even a thank you, sometimes things can get heavy.
Many women in their prime decide they’re ready for a career change, but most aren’t thinking, “Mortuary school!” Meet some who’ve chosen to stare death in the face in return for a paycheck—and a deeply satisfying new sense of purpose.
The social events, which were specially planned for NFDA Convention attendees, show why Philly was named the number one most exciting place to see in the U.S. in 2016 by the travel experts at Lonely Planet.
A Texas funeral director posted a heart-wrenching open letter on Facebook to the person who fatally injured a three-year-old boy in a hit-and-run accident in Austin on Sunday afternoon.
On this episode I talk about the value of Facebook and why a presence there is more than just good will – you should really be driving results – if not, you’re doing it wrong. I also discuss why the market (the consumer) doesn’t give two craps about you.
The International Cemetery, Cremation and Funeral Association has announced the new location for the 2017 Annual Convention & Expo. The Convention is being relocated to Nashville, Tennessee, one of the top convention destinations in the nation and will be held at the Music City Center.
The practice is called cryonics, and researchers have been using the technique since the first patient was preserved in 1967. Since then, over a hundred patients have been frozen across the country, coldly awaiting a future where they can be reanimated.