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8 Funeral Professional Women You Should Know About

Image: SourceWomen 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 […]

4 Traditions Wedding Planners Are Leaving Behind (& You Should Too!)

Celebrations and life moments have come a long way from their traditional roots of the past, and wedding planners know this perhaps better than anyone. While most couples used to get married in a church with a traditional, religious ceremony, many are now ditching the priest and church pews for a service that is a […]
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How To Avoid The Future of Funeral Service’s Mistakes

What happens when your market changes faster than you can keep up?The most obvious answer: mistakes are bound to be made. Lot’s of them. And experts have predicted that there are plenty of mistakes that funeral service, as a whole, could make if we don’t change our ways sooner than later.What are these mistakes, you […]
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8 Productivity Hacks For Busy Funeral Professionals

We all know being in the funeral profession requires a lot, if not all, of your time and energy.After all, death never comes at a good time for anyone. But what if I told you that you could be happier, healthier and more productive by implementing a few simple techniques into your daily routine?If you’ve […]
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Essential Steps For Kicking Off Your Funeral Home Marketing

We all know how impactful online marketing can be for your funeral home. We’ve heard it time and time again ﹘ a good social media plan or an awesome website can help you attract more families than ever before. And it’s no exaggeration! While most families used to look to their local Yellow Pages or […]
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Guest Blog: Our Failure To Communicate About Cremation

A couple of years ago, my grandmother’s sister – my great aunt – died. Per her wishes she was cremated. A short memorial service – with the urn present – for family and close friends was held at the cemetery. Prayers were said and those who were there to say goodbye were invited to share […]

9 Ways To WOW Families With Funeral Personalization

We all know that, when it comes to baby boomers and funeral arrangements that your families will remember, personalization is key.They don’t want the same old service and burial that their grandparents had. Instead, they want something that helps showcase the best moments of their life in a memorable and personalized way.However, once families walk […]
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These Are The 9 Most Innovative Funeral Professionals

Here at funeralOne, we are all about innovation. It is something we truly live, sleep and breathe by and we’re constantly looking change the profession for the better and make funeral planning a more valuable (and less complicated) experience for families. And we’re on a mission to bring that creative spirit to the entire funeral […]
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How To Steal Your Competitor’s Funeral Home Website Traffic

With more than a billion websites online and many different ways for this generation’s tech-savvy, research-first consumers to find new businesses, competition is fierce in nearly every profession. And the funeral profession is no exception.Getting potential families to your website (rather than your competitors’) can make a huge difference to your bottom line. And sure, […]
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Here’s What Happens When You Try To Plan Your Funeral At Age 25

Planning your own funeral is easier said than done.Heck, even thinking about it is hard to force yourself to do. But after conquering my fear of death throughout the last three years as a blogger in the funeral service industry, I decided it was time to put some thought into my own funeral. After all, […]