Your Funeral Guy: Social Network for the Dead with Funeral Cost

12 Jun

Funeral Cost dollars are now being shifted to Tributes.com with the Wall Street Journal the lead investor via the internet. Funeral cost may increase because there will be packages for funeral homes and families. Now trying to get your funeral cost dollar is the WSJ and the founder of Monster.com {Jeff Taylor started Monster.com and eons.com}

He has stated he has devoted his entire life to taking the Newspaper online. This time he is going for the obituary dollar and hopes to get the cooperation of the traditional funeral homes, bypassing you guessed it the local Newspaper.

The article is in the magazine Wired:
http://www.wired.com/techbiz/startups/news/2008/05/tributes

This was predicted along with the rise of online obituaries

in my  book Rest in Peace: Insider’s Tips to the Low Cost Less Stress Funeral

These places are his competition: SweetMemoriesSite.com, ChristianMemorials.com and, PreciousMemoriesAndMore.com  as well as legacy.com

Not surprising there will be memorial packages for both funeral homes and people who have just had a death in their family.

Many Funeral Homes have their own memorial websites, This will probably be a great success because there will be an easy search of the Social Security Data Base. This is also the ultimate in social networking. This will make it possible for these folks to knock the competition dead. It is all quite scary.

Insider's Tips to the Low Cost Less Stress Funeral

Rest in Peace: Insider’s Tips to the Low Cost Less Stress Funeral by R Brian Burkhardt and Matt Bacak. #1 International Best Selling Author Jason Oman also gave thumbs up to this book. This book is published by Morgan James Publishing.

Your Funeral Guy, R Brian Burkhardt, Funeral Director, Author, Blogger, State of Illinois

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One Response to “Your Funeral Guy: Social Network for the Dead with Funeral Cost”

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