As our environment continues to experience frequent change, safeguarding your business by remaining vigilant and adapting to the world around you is becoming increasingly important.
These days, everything is digital-first, including obituaries — but are you benefiting from your website as much as you can? Are you up to date on the latest ways users can memorialize their loved ones?
The most common reasons people choose a funeral home are location, word of mouth, and — most importantly — the personal experiences they have had organizing or attending a funeral with your funeral home. This could be attendance in person or online through a live-streamed service.
Funeral home websites have been in constant evolution since the development of the internet in the early 1990s.
Legacy Touch is well known for helping families across the world honor the lives of their loved ones through high-quality personalized and engraved fingerprint and cremation jewelry.
Problems with recruitment and retention are being felt across all sectors today, but funeral service is feeling the blow especially hard, as recruiting new employees and keeping them on for longer than five years has been a challenge to this profession for a long time.
Funeral directors are still being asked to offer live-streaming and record services, and the value of the family having a recording to keep has been recognized, but Facebook Live and comparable platforms are proving not to be the best long-term solutions.
Legacy Pro, Legacy.com's newest program to enhance the funeral home search experience by spotlighting trusted local funeral home partners, has just surpassed 5,000 funeral homes enrolled.
Is your firm at risk for accessibility-related litigation? More and more funeral homes across North America are dealing with lawsuits focusing on their websites.
Is Your Website a Potential Target for Accessibility Litigation? Tribute Technology and UserWay Are...
On Wednesday, June 8, at 1 p.m. ET, Tribute Technology and UserWay will offer a free webinar open to all owners of funeral homes, cemeteries, and crematories to ensure their websites meet the federal standards established by the Americans with Disabilities Act and similar standards in other countries.