I’m Sorry to Hear, LLC Launches New Funeral Planning Website
Bucks County, Pennsylvania
I’m Sorry to Hear, LLC has launched its new website on Monday, October 22, 2012. The website will change the way people in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware research funeral homes by streamlining the collection of information and comparing businesses to allow the families to make informed and expedited decisions about their loved one’s final resting place.
I’m Sorry to Hear, LLC is the company behind www.imsorrytohear.com, an innovative and interactive website which will connect people making funeral arrangements and the funeral industry in an easy-to-use, online platform in a manner that has never been done before. It features enhanced resources and functionality. The website was built to make the funeral planning process simpler, quicker, and more transparent so consumers can gather accurate, current, and local information to aid in the decision-making process during the most difficult of times.
The website will also provide users with a dedicated website to share their experiences by use of a rating and review tool which will enable other users to take advantage of that insight to make informed decisions for their loved ones. Funeral homes will benefit from having a free listing(s) and feedback on their services. An Enhanced profile featuring photos, video, PDF, and About Us is an upgrade option for funeral homes to further personalize their listing. Search Engine Optimization will also boost their online presence. To review the new website, please visit www.imsorrytohear.com.
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