Social Media Meets Funeral Service

By: David Tindall
Monday, August 15, 2016

With the impact of social media and the ability to do things with the ease of a click, Tindall Funeral Homes, has adapted to these ways, providing our clients with the tools social media provides. We have changed the traditional ways of doing things to serve our community and expand our social media presence.

Here are some ways social media has met the funeral industry.

 

Online Tributes: We now have the ability to post an online tribute for your loved ones directly on our Facebook page for our clients to share with their family and friends. We take your obituary and make it available to you with one click. To see our current online tributes click here.

 

Online Reviews: On our Facebook page, we give you the option to leave us a review and rank our services out of a 5-star rating. This also allows new customers to take a look at what others have to say and see how satisfied they were with our services. Here at Tindall Funeral Home, we strive for the excellent customer service and customer satisfaction. We know these times are difficult and our experts are there for you through every step of the way. Check out our reviews here.

 

Blogs: We provide frequent blog posts for our customers and viewers to obtain information and get advice on funeral related topics. We cover a wide range of grief support, funeral logistics, and many other topics. A few of our most recent blog posts are:

 

  • I have pre-planned with one funeral home; can I switch to another?
  • Supporting s friend through the grieving process.
  • Why are flowers a common choice to send for a funeral?

 

 You can also check out our full list of blog posts here.

 

Using technology, we have a found new and up to speed ways to honor your loved ones, allowing you to share with your family and friends. When we notice a change and a need in our customers, we also make changes to adjust and change with the times. If you have any other questions or suggestions for Tindall Funeral Home, you can contact us here.

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