There’s a good chance you already have video editing software installed on your computer. For Windows, that’s Windows Movie Maker, and for Macs, it’s iMovie. But depending on the purpose your video is serving — and the content channel to which you’re distributing it — you may find that these options aren’t packed with enough features.
Watch this video for a brief overview of what’s inside this issue of the Meaningful Funeral
Believe it or not, better than 50% of your website visitors are finding you on their phone. Is your website responsive? Is it ready to handle traffic and visitors from any size device? Inside this issue of The Meaningful Funeral publication, we cover this topic at length.
Source: The Meaningful Funeral — Issue 4
Watch this video to discover why blogging is so important for your funeral home…
blogging for your funeral home.
Sam: So blogs are full of keywords and they’re full of all sorts of really good information, but also, they’re really fresh content. And search engines love that. They love when you’re updating content frequently and putting different types of content on the web. And so they will reward you by putting your website higher up in the search results. John: Now I can hear funeral home owners and directors saying, “now that’s all great, but I don’t have a lot of time.” In fact, I think it may be hard for me to come up with a lot of ideas, too. Let’s cover the first one, time. How can you make this work inside your own busy schedule as a funeral home owner?