The #1 Way to Convert Your Funeral Home Website Visitors into Buyers

  Did you know that website visitors are four times more likely to pay attention to your content when it’s presented in the form of video rather than simply reading it? Obviously, no website can just contain video. However, when sprinkled strategically into your funeral home website, videos can be a marketing powerhouse. How? Well, […]

What Long Island Medium Can Teach Us About Grieving Families

Theresa Caputo has a gift. Everywhere she goes she sees, feels, and talks to the dead. No, this isn’t The Sixth Sense. Theresa is just a modern day Mom of two… who happens to  connect with spirits on a level that you and I can’t. On her show Long Island Medium, Theresa travels across the […]

Funeral Aftercare Debate: Let Families Mourn, or Comfort Them?

“Grief is what you think and feel on the inside after someone you love dies. Mourning is the outward expression of those thoughts and feelings. To mourn is to be an active participant in our grief journeys. We all grieve when someone we love dies, but if we are to heal, we must also mourn” […]

What Mothers Can Teach Us About Comforting Grieving Families

“A mother is the truest friend we have,” wrote Washington Irving. Since Mother’s Day is Sunday, May 13th, let’s honor the mothers in our lives by taking a closer look at what they can teach us about caring for client families. Mothers are comforting, selfless and supportive. They listen closely when we need to open […]

5 Ways to Serve Your Families After the Funeral Service

You spend so much time helping your families arrange the funeral service—answering their questions; helping them decide what type of service they want; coordinating the cremation or burial—but what happens after the service? For most of your families, that’s when the grief sets in. Just because the actual service is over, doesn’t mean your relationship […]

How To Comfort Your Families During the Holidays

The holidays are always a tough time for families grieving the loss of a loved one. And although it’s never easy to know the right things to say or do, it’s important to remember that, while you can’t take away the pain of the loss, you can provide your families with much-needed comfort and support. […]