Legacy Believes in the Power of Newspapers
For almost 20 years, we’ve dedicated ourselves to growing audience and revenue in the obituary category.
Service & Support
Best-in-class support for you and your customers.
117,791+ emails and phone calls answered last year
24/7/365 support for our newspaper partners
6.24 years: average tenure for our customer service team
Best Life Story
Honoring a memory through the obituary and Guest Book.
Tailored to today’s users, Next Generation Obituary offers valuable features for funeral home partners, and was created to make your obituary category succeed. Our moderated Guest Book allows people to share memories, photos and videos of their loved ones.
Engaging and understanding your audience.
We understand who visits online obituaries and why. By knowing our audience and their interests, we can monetize through integrated Ecommerce and Display Advertising that aligns with consumer behavior and engages our different types of users.
Understanding trends to move the category forward.
We’re always testing to adapt to changes in consumer behavior and create the best experience for our full range of visitors while pushing the category forward. Take a look at some of our most recent innovations:
Read our blog to get the latest news and updates.
It’s no secret that many newspapers are seeing less obituaries year over year. With more than 1,500 newspaper partners and 4,000 funeral home partners in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, U.K. and Europe, Legacy’s large network allows us to analyze...read more
With more than 1,500 newspaper partners and 4,000 funeral home partners in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, U.K. and Europe, Legacy’s large network allows us to analyze industry-wide obituary-related trends and share them with our valued partners....read more
Legacy.com’s Content Screeners have a unique glimpse into the way people deal with loss. Today, Lynmarie reflects on the countless Guest Book entries she has read in the years she’s been screening. And she offers a bit of hope. Nearly a decade ago, I took a job in a...read more