Why Family Trees and Funeral Homes Go Hand In Hand

Funerals are all about celebrating personal relationships and memories. At the viewing, families share photos and videos of their loved one surrounded by friends and family. At the service, they reminisce over stories and anecdotes of their loved one’s happiest moments. All the while, building stronger connections — both with the people in the room, […]

5 Must-Haves For A Successful Funeral Home ‘About Us’ Page

We want to let you in on a famous funeralOne secret of ours… When it comes to the success of a funeral home website, you can tell whether or not a website is of value to families just by looking at one page. No, it’s not the pricing page, the products page, or even the […]

4 Ways To Help Families Get The Most Value Out Of Their Loved One’s Tribute Page

Social memorial pages are changing the way that friends and families celebrate and remember life. You see, it used to be that when your loved one passed away, you would write down your name and address in a book at the funeral home, or you would log on to the funeral home’s web page and […]

7 Reasons Why Bad Funeral Websites Should Be 1 Of The 7 Deadly Sins

There are few things in the funeral profession that are less forgivable than a bad funeral home website. Scary black fonts, cheesy funeral director photos, confusing service descriptions… they might as well be a unique form of funeral service sin that prevent even the most talented funeral professionals from gaining salvation amongst families. So today, […]

The Insider’s Guide To Creating A Valuable Funeral Home Website

When it comes to creating beautiful, effective funeral websites, we aren’t ashamed to say that funeralOne is one of the best companies out there (and we aren’t shy about sharing the stories that back up our claims). But we didn’t just start creating amazing funeral home websites overnight… we’ve spent years and years studying what […]

4 Reasons Why Families Want Your Funeral Website, Not Your Business Card

For so many years, funeral service has been what we like to call a “business card profession.” What this means is that many funeral professionals in the past (and still even now) would rely on their business cards to be their primary networking tool or marketing method. Think about it — 10 years ago when […]

How 5 Funeral Pros Are Serving Families Better In 2017

Can you believe that we are nearly two months into the start of 2017?! It seems like just yesterday we were mapping out our New Year’s resolutions and creating a game plan for a happier, more successful year of funerals. But now it’s mid-February and most of us have come face-to-face with what I like […]

Why The Next 10 Years Of Funerals Will Blow Away The Last 10

The funeral profession has gone through a lot of changes over the last 10 years. Between the rising trend of cremation, the importance of online funeral products like websites and social media pages, and even the shift in the needs of today’s families, it’s hard to believe that the next 10 years could shake up […]

Why Standard Obituaries As We Know Them Are Dead

Obituaries have always been an essential part of the funeral process… families contact your funeral home after a loved one passes away, you begin working together to plan out the details of the service, you write out the obituary, and then you host the funeral. It’s just how things have always been done. But do […]

If Funerals Are For The Living, Why Should Families Pre-Plan?

There are a number of definitive “best practices” out there that funeral directors swear by when it comes to planning funerals. Whether it’s a piece of advice, a rule they’ve created, or even a tried-and-true method they’ve developed over the years, they are dead set that their way is the only way… that is, until […]