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Afternoon Edition

Top-read articles for the past 30 days

We’ve already passed the mid-point of November and that means that Funeral Director Daily will go back over the past 30 days and let our readers catch-up with the Top Read articles in that time period. And, we are happy to tell you that we seem to have passed a point where we now consistently have over 15,000 monthly page-views on a rolling 30-day basis.  That’s a long way from where we started and in just the past 26 months […]

Afternoon Edition

The month’s top stories and more

It is the middle of April and time for us to bring you a list of the top read stories on Funeral Director Daily over the past 30 days.  We know many of you are too busy to check in every day and this new feature lets you take a binge look at what you may have missed on those busy days.  Here are our Top Read stories from March 15 to April 15. It will give you some good […]

Afternoon Edition

Did you miss any of these? Our top read stories of the past month.

At Funeral Director Daily our data is getting better.  We now know that some of you read our topics daily.  Some of you are pretty steady daily readers, but miss a day or two.  . . probably because you are busy with your employment and that day you just didn’t have time to take a look at Funeral Director Daily. We also know that some of you are binge readers. . . . you only click into Funeral Director Daily […]

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News from the world of Death Care 6.24.2020

We’ve got several interesting articles from around the world of death care for you today.  We’ve included articles on the upkeep of cemeteries – or as the articles pertain to – the lack of upkeep at certain cemeteries.  We’ve also included an article on how the funeral profession is coming under new standards in Singapore to give a higher level of training to those working in the profession, and an article about how some education experts say that “cremation lost […]