Internet Marketing For Funeral Homes
Death care is a very specialized industry that requires a very specialized approach. Some of the standard techniques for marketing a local business need to be refashioned when you’re dealing with services such as burials and cremation.
Marketing a funeral home requires an understanding of discretion and thoughtfulness that isn’t exactly a top priority for many marketing firms. At Ring Ring Marketing, we understand the particular needs of funeral home operators. We know how to apply the latest marketing principles in a way that’s comfortable for both pre-need and at-need clientele.
We also understand that just because you’re promoting a funeral home doesn’t mean the overall Internet marketing playbook is off the table. In fact, many of the same techniques we use drive traffic and revenue for other industries — pay per click advertising, search engine optimization, geotargeting and more — work exceptionally well for the death care industry.
Just because you’re promoting a very traditional business doesn’t mean you can’t aggressively market it in a way that retains the utmost reverence and respect for the families you work with. We know how to fashion ads and other promotional tools that are tasteful while also getting results.
Our funeral home marketing campaigns are tailored specifically to your business and your particular needs. At Ring Ring Marketing, we ensure an excellent return on investment and back that up with our 100% money-back guarantee for 60 days. Your success is our success: It’s a philosophy we follow every single day with every single client.
We’re looking forward to working with you and showing why we’re far and away the top choice for thoughtful and successful funeral home marketing. Simply call (888) 383-2848 FREE or (408) 982-6096 or email us at email@example.com. We’ll take good care of you — guaranteed.
EVOLVE FOR THE DIGITAL AGE OR BE LEFT BEHIND!
Conventional wisdom suggests that funeral homes shouldn’t market themselves the same way as other businesses. While that’s true to a degree, it’s just as true that death care providers need to evolve with today’s digital age just like any other business.
In 2016, print advertising is no longer a sound marketing expense. Additionally, more people decide upon business services — including burial and cremation services — through mobile devices than they do on desktop computers. We live in a world where people are online 24/7, and even funeral homes need to incorporate the successful strategies of this dynamic new environment.
As a local provider of death care services, you already know you need to promote your business in ways that are more respectful and thoughtful than a repair shop or a clothing retailer. But you can still use many of the same techniques to attract both pre-need and at-need business.
Today, even very traditional industries such as death care need to promote themselves digitally. Online marketing isn’t simply an aspect of local business promotion anymore. It’s the foundation. Business owners who understand this and act upon it are flourishing. Those who do not are putting their future at risk.
In Making Your Phone Ring with Internet Marketing for Funeral Homes, marketing expert Welton Hong explains why you can’t afford to wait another second to transition your marketing efforts into the online era.
He explains how a well-executed Internet marketing plan can get your phone ringing off the hook with new business, make your revenue skyrocket, and ensure your business’ future today and for many years to come. You’ll learn how Internet marketing can:
- Optimize your funeral home website for maximum effectiveness, increasing traffic, visitor retention and conversions
- Use remarketing and mobile marketing to promote your death care business (in an always reverent fashion), increasing engagement and growing your brand\
- Rank above other local funeral homes and death care providers in online searches by using the best SEO techniques and highly focused, surgically targeted pay-per-click advertising
…and much more!