DISRUPT Media, the social media strategy and management agency, has announced the introduction of its FUNERAL Social Design Process (FSDP). The FUNERAL Social Design Process is the only full service media strategy program crafted specifically for the funeral profession. The introduction follows 36 months of testing with a number of funeral homes throughout the United States.
It’s called “Capsula Mundi,” and it aims to replace coffins with egg-shaped burial pods.
The deceased would serve as fertilizer while encased in a biodegradable coffin underground.
FrontRunner Professional is proud to announce and welcome three new members to the customer success team, each bringing a skill set and role to the team to make the customer experience the best it can possibly be.
A few weeks ago we announced the launch of FUNERAL Social by our sister company DISRUPT Media. Part of that launch is their FUNERAL Social Design Process – a strategic, goal oriented approach to social media designed specifically for the funeral profession.
In the short video below Ryan explains the 4 steps of the FUNERAL Social Design Process:
You are probably active in community events, and you are a member of numerous organizations. You shop locally, you engage the local government, and you contribute to local causes. How can you use these contacts and related methods to grow you Facebook fan base? Below are 5 easy to implement ideas.
Women have long been an important part of the funeral profession. Being that many funeral homes across the country started as (and remain) family owned and operated businesses, many moms and sisters have become funeral directors right alongside dads and brothers in order to help the local families in their community.
And each year, more and more women are studying to become funeral professionals and are going on to make a huge impact with their families in their community.
Astral, a manufacturer of quality metal caskets, took to Facebook with the below post on Friday afternoon and it was epic! The post has now been shared over 446 times from the Astral Facebook page and has been seen by over 55,000 people on Facebook.
Just when we think we have heard it all – we decided to ask 6,400 funeral directors the question; What is the worst thing that has ever happened to you on a funeral or while serving a family? Some of these stories will blow your mind.
Following the release of its successful 2014 International Convention & Expo smartphone application, the National Funeral Directors Association has launched its Advocacy Summit App, which serves as a comprehensive guide for this annual event and offers a variety of resources to help members connect with federal legislators. The 2015 Advocacy Summit will take place March 3-5 in Washington, D.C.
When members of the National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA) are in Washington, D.C., next week, they will urge their elected representatives to pass legislation that will help the families of social security recipients and fallen service members honor their loved ones with meaningful funerals. The association is hosting its annual Advocacy Summit in the nation’s capital March 3-5.