What is Ask The Director?

Turbocharge your website and social media pages! Ask the Director™ puts a new spin on an old but proven way to grow your business: networking. We leverage your website and social media pages to connect you and your directors with more families in your community. Our articles are sourced by interviewing some of the top funeral directors, preneed counselors and cemeterians in the country. 

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Article Topics

We believe that providing families and true shoppers with the information they are seeking is the best way to build your business online. We are not an insurance company so preplanning is just part of what we post but not the primary focus. We have hundreds of articles covering a wide range of topics such as: funeral home, cemetery, cremation, religious, veteran, preplanning, grief and more. Each funeral home or cemetery can customize the subject matter to match the community they serve and type business they operate.

Search Engine Boost

Posting engaging articles to your website and social media pages keeps your community connected with you and your funeral home or cemetery. Adding content each week to your website will also help boost your rankings in Google, Yahoo and Bing.

NEW! World Class Email Grief Support

We now offer families a grief support email program to help them cope with the loss of their loved one. Links to grief support articles are texted or emailed at a frequency of their choosing. This is great after service to offering to keep your funeral home or cemetery on the top of their mind over the first 13 months after the service. Each email is branded to your funeral home or cemetery and directs families back to your website where they can read or share the article.

How Will Ask The Director™ Look On My Website?

These are some examples taken from a few customers.

Ask the Director™ Client Examples

These are a few examples of how our Ask the Director™ articles will look on your website.

Ugraded Grief Support Email & Sign up

These are a few examples of how the new email grief support will look.