What is an eObit?

e·o·bit            

/ēˈōbət,ēˈōˈbit/

nouninformal

noun: eObit; plural noun: eObits

 

abbreviation for: electronic obituary

A digital notice of a death, usually a reproduction of a limited paper copy obituary/funeral program, typically including a brief biography of the deceased person. Not to be confused with Public Service
Announcement posting a few sentences about
the deceased.

Used in a sentence:

“I sent a text message with the entire eObit
viewable on the funeral home website.  I also posted on my social media so repost for our friends and family please.”

 

 

Introduction

The world is rapidly changing and funeral businesses need to evolve to remain visible and relevant.

Most funeral business use the same advertising methods used before the invention of the Internet and Social Media.

Social media marketing is the use of social media platforms and websites to promote a product or service.

Social media marketing with the presence of eObit can help with a number of goals, such as: increasing website traffic. building conversions, raising brand awareness, creating a brand identity and positive brand association, improving communication and interaction with key potential clientele.

Print reading materials have already seen their evolution into digital media through eBooks and virtual magazines, and they’re increasingly used thanks to the proliferation of tablets, e-readers, and other mobile devices. You’ll often even see a snazzy function where those virtual magazine or book pages turn over with a simple finger swipe on the screen, evoking the traditional reading format many still love.

Now, thanks to eObit technology, any funeral program can be transformed into a virtual document where the pages turn on-screen, engaging readers through an attractive, high-tech navigation method!

You want to employ an eObit when regular print funeral programs does not effectively share the beautiful tributes of a loved ones life, an eObit does.