The Funeral Program Sites Shares Editing Tips for Its DIY Templates on Its YouTube Channel
The Funeral Program Site, an online superstore offering DIY funeral program templates, is urging interested customers to visit and subscribe to its funeral program YouTube channel.
The Funeral Program Site YouTube channel provides helpful videos on how to create printed memorials, use the company’s DIY funeral program templates, and personalize its “In Loving Memory” keepsake products. The channel uploads new funeral-related videos every few days to keep its thriving community informed and equipped in the event of the death of a loved one or if one needs to plan a funeral. The channel has nearly 300 videos, some going as far back as 12 years, is approaching 3000 subscribers, and boasts more than 1.3 million views. Most of the channel’s informative videos are designed to teach buyers to customize the company’s templates in several popular editing and publishing software.
The helpful tips and tricks shared in the videos can help customers highly customize the company’s DIY funeral program templates. Since the days following a loved one’s passing are often tumultuous, the videos focus on offering technical advice that is easy to understand and implement, even for non-proficient users. So, customers who purchase templates from The Funeral Program Site always have the help they need, readily available to them on its YouTube channel. The company also offers free customer support 7 days a week for those who need individual support. The full range of the company’s products can be found on its website at https://www.funeralprogramsite.com.
Some of the most popular videos on the company’s YouTube channel include “How to Fold a Tri Fold Brochure Program,” “Create A Photo Collage Windows WORD - Funeral Program Template,” “How To Make A Funeral Program In Word,” “Create a Watermark or Transparent Photo - Funeral Program Template,” “Adding Pages In Windows Word - Funeral Program Template,” “How Do I Make A Funeral Program For Free?,” “Lighten, Darken, or Remove Background Image - Funeral Program Template,” and more.
The Creative Director for The Funeral Program Site, Christie Johnson encourages its users to check out the YouTube channel by saying, “We are never prepared to lose a loved one, but gathering knowledge before it happens, can be helpful during the funeral planning process."
Based in Texas, The Funeral Program Site has been helping businesses, funeral homes, and families honor their loved ones’ memories since 2009. The company’s high-quality, pre-formatted, and pre-designed DIY templates are compatible with Microsoft Word, Microsoft Publisher, Apple Pages, and Google Docs. They feature a large variety of designs and themes that can be customized in minutes. All the templates contain full color, front, and back images, and a coordinating inside design. Buyers can use them to summarize and highlight a loved one’s life, feature their favorite hymns, songs, and poetry, share special photos, and even plan funeral programs that serve as a guide for the flow of the funeral service. The company also customizes its templates for clients upon request.
Many customers online have shared their appreciation for the company’s DIY funeral program templates. One testimonial says, “DEFINITELY RECOMMEND!! Kind, compassionate, and caring. In the midst of my grief, Carole carefully used our photos - both old and new - to create exactly what we needed for our funeral service program. We couldn't have done it without her. THANK YOU!” Another customer writes, “A perfect experience during a time I lost my dad. A great company to deal with and I am so glad to have found this website. Highly recommend. When you lose someone, emotions are high, and the funeral site was empathetic and understanding of my needs and the timeframe in which we needed our order. Thank you so much! Will recommend this site to everyone I know.”
The Funeral Program Site is also encouraging customers to visit its partner site, Celebrate Prints, an online store specializing in custom apparel, personalized gifts, memorials, and more for any occasion. Readers can check out the plethora of offerings from Celebrate Prints at https://celebrateprints.com.
For more information about The Funeral Program Site, contact the company here:
The Funeral Program Site
5080 Virginia Parkway
McKinney, Texas 75071