Online Security

Introducing The National Obituary Registry: Putting Funeral Professionals Back In Control

At FrontRunner, we are more than just a website and technology provider. We work each and every day to help

Do You Own Your Funeral Home Domain?
If Not, You Need to & Here’s Why

In this day and digital age, you would be hard-pressed to find a successful business that does not have a

Is Your Computer and Business at Serious Risk with the Recent Internet Explorer Changes?

Virtually everyone has used Internet Explorer (IE) at some point in their online life. Some cringe at the very mention

How to Use Pictures Found Online: The Do’s and Don’ts for Funeral Homes

The internet is an interesting place. How it’s used can be vastly different from person to person. In the same

The New Funeral Concierge Program: Why It’s Creating New Opportunities & How to Promote it!

From the moment a death occurs, communication between friends and loved ones begins. And that communication, even with those you

How to Claim Your Business on Google & Why it is a Must for Your Online Reputation!

In the age of the internet, an online presence can make or break a business. Having an engaging and user-friendly

Obituary Pirates: What You Should Know About Your Obituaries and Online Revenues

At the Funeral Directors Association of Kentucky Mid-Winter Conference I recently attended, one of the speakers talked about obituaries as

Be Mobile-Friendly by April 21st or Lose Website Traffic [Google Algorithm Update: How to be Compatible]

Google has announced some big changes to their search algorithms happening April 21, 2015. When you look at the sheer

Are You Using Technology or is Technology Using You?
[As Featured in the March issue of The Director]

Technology is often feared in our profession because it is unfamiliar territory. As a result, it is not implemented despite

A website is just a website, right? 8 Tips from FrontRunner’s CEO/Founder

  Having a website is now one of the most hotly debated topics in funeral service, yet very few know