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What are the Pros and Cons of Showing Products on Your Funeral Home Site?

When building a website for your funeral home, you’ll encounter a number of questions. Should you integrate responsive design? What colours should you use within your branding? But perhaps one of t...
By Jon Clare
Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Tips for Dealing with Online Profiles and Content After a Loved One Dies

Social media, email, and other digital media are often used for keeping in touch with friends and family and keeping others updated about the day-to-day aspects of your life. Because the focus is o...
By Mike Hepburn
Wednesday, June 8, 2016

How to Encourage Online Testimonials

Online testimonials can help your business impress the visitors that find your website and your other online locations. Clients often look to testimonials when analyzing a company, before they even...
By Mike Hepburn
Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Sympathy Flowers – Do They Still Have the Same Impact?

With so many unique ways to send messages of hope and kindness after the passing of a loved one, some are now questioning the merits of using flowers as a way to express sympathy. While online cond...
By Mike Hepburn
In General
Wednesday, May 25, 2016

What is More Important to Families – Funeral Services Value or Price?

It’s important as a funeral home owner to continuously analyze your services and the value they provide clients. While many families will simply search for the lowest priced service in your local a...
By Mike Hepburn
Wednesday, May 18, 2016

5 Ways Photos and Videos Can Help Families Through the Grieving Process

Visual materials impact our minds in a way the written word and the voice of others cannot. They reach a part of our brains in which memories are stored and connect us with the past. It’s for this ...
By Mike Hepburn
Monday, May 9, 2016

Do Funeral Homes Own their Data??

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 yo...
By Mike Hepburn
Monday, May 2, 2016

Previous Posts

Print’s New Role in Advertising

As the dawning of the Internet became more primary in promoting image, newspapers have gotten thinner, and print advertising seems to have been squeezed out of the spotlight. Website design, featu...

4 Memorialization Ideas You can Provide to Families

When helping families remember their loved ones and guiding them in the memorial planning process, your business team should be able to offer a number of unique ideas that can ensure a fitting and ...

Five Ideas for “Evergreen” Funeral Home Blog Posts

Evergreen content refers to SEO (search engine optimized) content that is continually relevant and stays “fresh” for readers. Think about wikipedia.com. Think of a pine tree staying green all wint...

Famous Funeral Eulogies

Throughout history, the eulogies of celebrities and world leaders have served to express the public grief in a way that helped us all share in our common sadness. Here are a few of the most memorab...

The Flexibility of Online Tributes for Families and Your Funeral Home

Online tributes are an excellent archiving tool that can preserve the memories of the deceased with dignity and versatility. Online tributes can be designed by your clients with or without your hel...

Inspiring and Thought-Provoking Discussions About Death

We live in a culture that says it’s in bad taste to talk about death.  It’s far too uncomfortable. People put off preparing their wills or pre-planning their funeral arrangements because it br...

Helpful Tips to Provide Families for Writing Headstone Epitaphs

Choosing the appropriate headstone epitaph for a loved one is a very important. An epitaph will be read for years to follow, and it has the ability to showcase to the world the type of person the d...