Can you believe that 2020 is almost over? At the end of each year, our marketing team reflects on everything we did throughout the year.
In 2020, we covered a wide range of topics in our blog, from the COVID-19 pandemic and helpful online tools to ways to create a personalized funeral service. Below, we’re highlighting our top 10 most-read funeral articles from this year.
Let’s break down the top funeral articles, starting with number ten!
The tenth most-read funeral article of 2020 features the Tribute Store’s Memorial Tree Program. With this program, families can have trees planted in their loved one’s honor, all while helping preserve the environment like no other memorial gift.
In this blog post, you’ll learn how the memorial tree program works, how your funeral home contributes, and how it benefits the families you serve.
To show our appreciation for everything funeral directors are doing during the COVID-19 pandemic, we wrote a letter-style blog post to express our gratitude. We would all truly be lost without funeral directors, and we can’t thank you enough!
When practicing social distancing, you need to get a little more creative to support your community. To help funeral directors get started, we shared a few ideas, such as writing blog posts and sharing links to free online activities, like virtual roller coaster rides and museum tours.
To help funeral directors show their funeral profession pride, we created a selection of Facebook Frames. In this blog post, you’ll find examples of these Facebook Frames and directions for how to add one to your Facebook profile picture.
We want to help funeral directors make the most of virtual funeral services, so we made a video tutorial on how to use Facebook Live to live stream funerals. In this blog post, you’ll find the video, along with some tips and advice on using Facebook Live.
The title really says it all! This blog post truly is the ultimate guide for creating personalized funerals. In the article, you’ll find suggested songs, poems, quotes, and more for honoring grandparents, mothers, fathers, and other family members and friends.
I’m not surprised that this blog post ranks near the top of the list, since alternative burials and funeral options are a hot topic in the funeral profession. We discuss cremation, green burials, home funerals, and much more.
From drive-up funeral services to acts of kindness, funeral homes are going above and beyond as we navigate the new normal. To give you the recognition that you deserve, we shared some of the creative ways funeral homes across the country are going the extra mile for families.
Ranking at number two, we have this blog post about virtual funeral services. To make things easier for funeral directors, we shared some helpful ideas and technology solutions, such as taking the funeral planning process online and encouraging virtual memorialization solutions, like Tribute Walls on Frazer-powered websites.
Unsurprisingly, this year’s most-read funeral article is about the COVID-19 pandemic. This blog post was written at the beginning of it all when there was a lot of fear and uncertainty. Although there are still a lot of unknowns, we know more than we did back in March.
To help ease some anxiety, we compiled some tips and advice for funeral directors.