The Creedy Commentary

  • VIDEO: Expert Insight From Al Creedy | Funeral Blog. The official blog for the funeral & cemetery professions.
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  • [Uncensored] I Challenged Alan Creedy:This is His Response :
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    […] social media channels himself and even started doing a little social media marketing for his “Creedy Commentary” blog and Newsletter, but he still was missing the “light bulb” moment that would […]

  • The Tyranny of the Funeral Service Ten-Call-Men | Funeral Blog. The official blog for the funeral & cemetery professions.
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  • VIDEO: Why Social Media Builds Transparency in the Funeral Profession | Funeral Blog. The official blog for the funeral & cemetery professions.
    03rd Mar 2011 Reply

    […] this informational video below, Al Creedy and funeralOne CEO,  Joe Joachim, discuss why social media is extremely valuable to the funeral […]

  • VIDEO: How Social Media Creates Authenticity in the Funeral Profession : Leading Funeral Publication
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    […] this informational video below, Al Creedy and funeralOne CEO,  Joe Joachim, discuss why social media is extremely valuable to the funeral […]

  • Live from NFDA 2012: New Insights Into Ways Consumers Really Think About Funerals | Funeral Blog. The official blog for the funeral & cemetery professions.
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  • 9 Signs Your Funeral Home Is In Danger of Becoming Irrelevant | Funeral Blog. The official blog for the funeral & cemetery professions.
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    […] “Ya know how sometimes we get ourselves into situations and nothing we do seems to work to get us out? Well, Alan Creedy has the unique ability to quickly see what can be done, separate it from the ‘rabbit trails’ and create a personal strategy for success.” Alan Creedy is a business advisor and consultant with more than 32 years experience in the funeral and cemetery professions. Subscribe for free to his weekly commentary offering insights for better performance by clicking here on The Creedy Commentary […]

  • Funeral Blog. The official blog for the funeral & cemetery professions. » Blog Archive How "Best Purpose" Trumps "Best Practice"
    03rd Mar 2011 Reply

    […] “Ya know how sometimes we get ourselves into situations and nothing we do seems to work to get us out? Well, Alan Creedy has the unique ability to quickly see what can be done, separate it from the ‘rabbit trails’ and create a personal strategy for success.” Alan Creedy is a business advisor and consultant with more than 32 years experience in the funeral and cemetery professions. Subscribe for free to his weekly commentary offering insights for better performance by clicking here on The Creedy Commentary […]

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    03rd Mar 2011 Reply

    […]  ”If the consumer has less-than-positive feelings about a business,” began Alan Creedy, “but they go and experience the urge to leave, they will naturally do all they can to avoid […]

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