Author Archives: Alicia Levy

About Alicia Levy

Alicia is a student intern with FrontRunner Professional. She assists the entire marketing team and aids in the development of marketing related projects. Alicia is working towards her commerce degree and certificate in law and social impact from Queen’s University. She is enthusiastic about everything marketing. Her creative mind-set works to provide FrontRunner Professional with refreshing ideas and innovative solutions to everyday marketing tasks.

Spring Cleaning: Refresh Your Funeral Homes Social Media Presence

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Your funeral home may be active on one or more social networking sites. But the question is, is your funeral home actually taking advantage of the benefits the proper use of social media offers? Most of the time the answer is no. Used properly, social media firstly allows your funeral home to build relationships with the community. It acts to promote your funeral home and keeps your brand top of mind. It gives you a way to immediately respond to customer questions and allows you to be where the people are. With over a billion active members using just Facebook alone, there is no better place to reach people. This spring it is essential to focus on improving your funeral homes social media presence. Continue reading

Spring Cleaning: Shake The Cobwebs Out of Your Funeral Home Website

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Times have changed. People no longer rely on phone books to find a local funeral home, but instead search the internet. When they search for a service you offer or particularly for your business, you want to show up. Not just show up, but show up and look good. Looking good is extremely important because your funeral home website is most often your first impression with potential customers. Before an individual even enters your funeral home or speaks to your employees, they will view your website. Think of your website as a digital storefront, people are looking at it and are generating opinions on your funeral home based on the quality of it. You want that first impression to be a good one.

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