Honoring America’s Military Funeral Professionals This 4th of July

The 4th of July holiday has long been a summer favorite for many across the proud Red, White and Blue. For most people, this long holiday weekend means the chance to grill out with friends and family, light off some celebratory fireworks, and honor the country that we all know and love. But for those […]

4 Tips For Hosting The Non-Religious, Meaningful Service Families Want

When you are a part of a profession that is heavily rooted in tradition, it’s hard to step away from the classic way that you’ve always done things. Funeral professionals know this, perhaps better than anyone.We try to help families find comfort and healing through a service filled with meaningful traditions… a spiritual hymn that […]
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How To Handle #FuneralSelfies (And Other Modern Funeral Marvels)

Social media has taken over… well, everything. Forget the days of email, or heaven forbid, snail mail. Now when you want to share something, you tweet it out to the world, put it on Facebook, post a picture on Instagram, or upload it to your Snapchat feed.After all, as the 2015 online mantra goes, “pics […]
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8 Facts On Baby Boomers That Could (And Should) Change Your Funeral Business

A great American novel once said “you’ll never really understand a person until you consider his point of view… until you climb into his skin and walk around in it.” And this couldn’t be anymore true for marketing your funeral home, too.If you take a walk in a Baby Boomer’s shoes, there’s a lot of […]
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Personalization Ideas That Honor Dads On Father’s Day (And All Year Round)

There is no one in our lives quite like our dad. For many people, a dad is the closest thing that we’ll ever have to a real life superhero. He’s our own personal Mr. Fix-It, our go-to source for wisdom and jokes, or even our first best friend. So when it comes time for Father’s […]

4 Surprising Ways Social Memorial Websites Help Your Families Grieve

So, you’re a funeral professional, and you’ve got a pretty good idea of what makes your products and services valuable to your families. And if you’re really good at what you do, you’ve probably memorized the value statements for all of your products and know how to pitch your families on just about everything.But did […]
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5 Outlandish Celebrity Funerals (And What You Can Learn From Them)

Whether you like it or not, celebrities are a big part of our culture. Ever since they first appeared on the silent screens, we’ve looked up to them, followed their day-to-day lives in magazines and talk shows, and kept up with their achievements… so it makes sense that millions tune in to celebrate them when […]
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What Funeral Directors Wish They Could Tell Families About Planning A Funeral

As funeral professionals, we know that planning a funeral can feel like one of the most confusing, stressful and overwhelming tasks that your families will ever take on. And if that funeral was for someone that they were extremely close to, or for someone who passed suddenly, that’s a whole new challenge that can leave […]

7 Reasons Why Your Funeral Home Website Is Failing

We talk a lot about the importance of a great funeral home website when it comes to reaching families and adding value to your services. And it’s not just because we create websites, but because we understand how completely essential they are for connecting with your families.But having an easy-to-navigate, educational website is important in […]
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Infographic: What Do You Do When Someone Dies?

Want to share this infographic with your families on your funeral home blog? Follow the steps below: Share this Image On Your SitePlease include attribution to funeralOne.com with this graphic.Or visit this link to share it on your Facebook or Twitter page. How To Further Guide Families During Their Time Of NeedThe post-death infographic above is a […]