As more and more businesses learn about the advantages of blogging, they are starting to take the time to set up their own. Every business will benefit from a blog, no matter what they sell. Especially in sensitive industries, blogging can be a great way to establish trust with the public even before they need your services.
Here is a sample blog for a funeral home or a company that sells caskets.
Many people worry about buying a pre-need casket. They may decide to plan their arrangements in advance to save their family the headache, but end up worrying about what will happen with their casket after they pick one out.
Here is some information to help you out when selecting a pre-need casket.
- When you buy a casket before you need it, you can pay today’s cost, instead of the higher cost when you eventually pass. As with everything else, costs continue to rise. This will help you and your family save money.
- When you look around for a pre-need casket, you may be able to find a company that offers a payment plan and possibly one that is interest-free.
- When you buy a pre-need casket, it is often expected that the company will store the casket for you. They are not allowed to charge you for this service. Many companies will actually order your casket when you need one, instead of actually storing it for a few years until you need it.
Understandably, many people worry about buying a casket and not having it when they need it. However, you can save some money if you have time to shop around, paying today’s price instead of the cost when you need it. It will also help if you can find a company that offers interest-free payment plans. And since most companies store pre-need caskets for you, all you have to do is pick one out and then enjoy the peace of mind.
As you can see, even casket companies benefit from blogs. However, most small businesses are too busy to blog consistently, and if that’s the case for you, contact us. We can help you fill your blog with quality posts to impress and attract new clients.
Editor’s note: It turns out there’s a very popular blog called “Confessions of a Funeral Director,” written by a sixth-generation undertaker in Pennsylvania. I first heard about him on a podcast, where he talked about some of the challenges and joys of both his job and blogging about it. It just goes to show that no industry is off-limits when it comes to blogging — and in fact, it may be even more important for subjects that are a little taboo or uncomfortable.