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Death Care Websites
You can use your current obituary listing service, or use another online provider or add them yourself. All in your website dashboard.
Designed specifically for funeral homes, cemeteries, monument builders and their associations. Understanding the death care industry.
Your website is your business presence online. Get it right and stop worrying about it! Be proud to share your address.
Years experience in Deathcare Marketing
Funeral Homes Shopped before purchase
age of average preplanner
number of prospective clients searching for local business online
No techno babble. Just solving your problems plain and simple. From one family business to another. Your website will be yours to keep forever free and clear. You will be provided with the files on a free personal storage account. You can take it to a new host on your own any time you wish. Pay once, keep forever.
Types of Websites
Funeral Home Websites
Funeral Homes are the front line of Last Responders. There to take the middle of the night call and handle the emotions of the bereaved. Taking care of the heavy lifting as well as the myriad of details. We are so grateful to you for all you have done before during and past the Covid pandemic. Your website will include click to call phone numbers, prominent font sizes for the middle aged, and the ability to enter your own obituaries. I can do this for you or you can link to your obituary management program in most cases.
Providing a sanctuary for the grieving, a tranquil place to come and remember. To be with their loved one. A cemetery needs an online identity for simple things like lost keys and groundrules (monument size, allowable potted plants, flags). But also for pertinent information on plot costs, how to’s and to encourage visitiation and purchase. Were famous people buried there? Share their stories. Much like the “About Staff” business pages, these are often the most reviewed pages. Also, having a link to the funeral home’s obituary is useful.
Monument Builder Websites
The peaceful art. I love this business! Providing such beauty and permanence to the lost loved one truly creates a space with meaning. A place where one can be with their loved one in a way that transcends space and time. You will have many images to share with your prospects as well as cemetery information. You will need to guide them through the process and make them feel comfortable with your story. A family business is a plus for the bereaved who need warmth and guideance from people who understand family and understand loss.
Wendy Harris, web designer deathcarewebsites.com, was instrumental in developing our website alderbrookcemetery.com. Wendy was professional and responsive throughout the entire process; answering questions, making suggestions, and implementing everything into a beautifully designed website.
Raymond Hill Cemetery is a new customer of Death Care Websites, Wendy and Death Care Websites came highly recommended. After contacting Wendy for a website design, for our cemetery, I totally understood why Wendy and her crew were highly recommended!!! They are very professional, responded to our needs and designed a professional website for Raymond Hill Cemetery, they stayed in constant touch and always made sure we were satisfied. Wendy I can’t thank you enough for your time, concerns and your professionalism.
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Assistance every step of the way. Logos, branding, print collateral.
I bring over 20 years of experience in the death care industry. I often guide my clients as needed, from basic branding and web design, to videographers and photographers. I am easy to work with and I truly listen to you and care about your business and your customers. I get family business too, having worked with my father as a management consultant for closely held family businesses.
Death care is a unique industry and I understand your business.
I want to help you bring your business online so that your clientele can find you and learn about the peace of mind that you can bring to them and their loved ones.
Regardless of your current need, please don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions you may have. I enjoy helping other death care industry professionals. It is a truly important time whereby we need to come together and do what is best for the people who have lost loved on