Monday, May 16, 2022

Easy-to-Use Digital Tools You Can Share with Families

Technology has no doubt made some things more complicated. However, there are tools out there (if you look very hard!) that seek to simplify and clarify. And when it comes to dealing with loss, I think clarity and simplicity are very much welcome.

Solving One Company’s Black Box Problem with Hydroponic Gardening

Parting Stone has been left with over 1,500 temporary cremation containers no longer needed by families. Enter a surprising solution to the company’s black box problem: hydroponic gardening.

Getting the Restart Right: Free Virtual Presentation

COVID-19 has hit our industry hard. Families have less money, pre-need is suffering, and services as we knew them have been decimated.

Roosevelt Investments to Host Update on Financial Markets

Roosevelt Investments, a boutique wealth management firm with 50 years of experience working with funeral and cemetery professionals, will host its next live video call on Thursday, January 21st at 12pm (ET).

Community Participation Will Make Your Firm More Sustainable

By Leader Contributor Glenn Gould, CEO of MKJ Marketing As we look for a pathway out of the global...

Depictions of Death: What the Funeral Profession Can Learn from Death in Pop Culture

The deathcare profession can learn some helpful lessons by looking at depictions of death in pop culture, understanding how collective expressions of grief can be helpful to the bereaved that we serve, and how the general public is exposed to our profession.

4 Critical Mistakes Your Firm May Be Making Online

Thanks to the pandemic, there is a rising demand for virtual solutions in every industry, including our own. You may have risen to the challenge and provided a way through this year for your community.

Deathcare Podcasts You Should Know About

There are many podcast series that cover topics within the deathcare industry and are hosted by experts and outsiders alike.

Tips for COVID Stress Reduction: Preparation, Mental Health, and Self Care

Bereavement professionals such as funeral directors, embalmers, cemetery workers, crematorium operators, and their support staff may regularly engage with diverse, potentially psychologically traumatic events.

10 Ideas for Celebrating Thanksgiving on Your Firm’s Social Media Pages

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.