Tribute Technology Announces Partnership Program to Provide Broad Platform of Services to Funeral Homes,...
Funeral homes, cemeteries, and cremation businesses are adopting technology faster than ever as a necessary component of their services. At the same time, the cost of cutting-edge technology specific to the needs of deathcare businesses and families continues to spiral.
What started as a system designated solely for funeral home management services now supports management services for pets, trade, cremation, aquamation and QR code body tracking.
Establishing a business as a digital-first entity is not just about using specific technology or running digital marketing campaigns … it’s about rethinking the entire way the business operates.
I wholeheartedly believe in the power of recording an online funeral service and making it accessible to families and loved ones, who are both present and virtual.
The holidays are a great time to curate feel-good content— and generate engagement from your followers. MKJ Marketing’s team of social media experts has compiled a list of ideas for your firm to consider.
Today, the National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA) presented Passare with the 2021 NFDA Innovation Award during its International Convention & Expo.
We know a video is powerful enough to stand the test of time and has the ability to live on through generations, but how can you utilize this power for your funeral home in a similar and long-lasting way?
Television is one of the most powerful branding tools, especially when it’s used in conjunction with an overall marketing strategy. But there’s a new element to TV advertising you might not understand or know about yet — and it’s more efficient and less costly.
Many of us are aware that our phones are tracking our every move, following what we search and the photos we’ve liked on social media, but are you aware that advertisers can target you based on your exact location?
A funeral service shouldn’t be a one-time performance. It’s important for families and guests to be able to watch a service recording in their own time — either because they couldn’t congregate at your funeral home to attend services in person, couldn’t watch live, or they want to watch the service again at a later time as part of their grieving journey.