If you saw yesterday’s video CASE STUDY about controlling the release and promotion of obituaries, you may have been surprised about the number of GOOGLE searches for the deceased’s name.
The reality is that friends and acquaintances of the deceased start GOOGLING the deceased’s name and service information as soon as they hear that the person has died.
The problem is that if Google DOESN’T KNOW that you have uploaded the online obit to your website and if they can’t find it, Google CAN’T direct these people to SEE IT.
For this reason, I have created this video tutorial for you titled, The MOST GOOGLE (SEO) FRIENDLY OBIT EVER!
This s is a pretty bold statement, but I have NEVER SEEN any other funeral homes website designer or developer share the best SEO (Search Engine Optimization) practices for YOUR ONLINE OBITUARIES.
Check out this video…
WARNING: It gets quite technical so I have created a guide called: Google Friendly Obits Cheat Sheet.Download it, print it off and us it to follow along with the video. Get the CHEAT SHEET here:
I must APOLOGIZE to some funeral home owners and managers because they may get FRUSTRATED because they will be limited by their current website and will not be able to apply these strategies easily.
NOTE to my Funeral Futurist Website Clients: You don’t have to worry about all of this technical, html talk because your website does almost all of these strategies AUTOMATICALLY thanks to our Autopilot Google Notification strategy.
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PS: My COMPETITORS hate it when I share videos like this, (they all subscribe to my newsletter, follow me on Facebook, or on Twitter) but since these are general SEO Best Practices I feel it is my DUTY to share them with you as these strategies can be applied to any webpage – the question is how easy is it to apply them to your system.