I’m Sorry to Hear Continues Expansion Across the USA
I’m Sorry to Hear, LLC announces their continued expansion across the USA adding 11 new states to its comprehensive and searchable database of funeral homes at www.imsorrytohear.com. With this expansion to the states of Arizona, Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Vermont, and West Virginia, I’m Sorry to Hear expands its coverage to an additional 4,300 funeral homes allowing families and individuals to search, refine, and review funeral homes in those new locations. The expansion brings the total to 17 states and 9,000+ funeral homes.
In addition to the powerful funeral home search capabilities, the website offers free educational resources such as a Funeral Planning Checklist,Casket Guide, Funeral Planning Tips, Funeral Terms & Acronyms, Consumer Advocacy links, and educational Articles. It also provides users with a dedicated website to share their experiences by use of a Rating and Review system which enables other users to take advantage of community insight to make informed decisions for themselves or their loved ones.
Funeral homes benefit from having a free listing(s), feedback on their services, and vetted leads approaching them for additional information.
An Enhanced profile featuring photos, video, PDF, and About Us is available for funeralhomes to further personalize their listing and attract prospective customers to their establishment. Enhanced listings are optimized to the top spots in initial search results boosting online presence.
I’m Sorry to Hear, LLC launched www.imsorrytohear.com in October 2012. The free funeral planning website offers a new way for families in North America to find and compare funeral homes and other funeral services by streamlining the collection of information, allowing families to make informed and expedited decisions about their own or their loved one’s final resting place.
To review the website and your listing, visit www.imsorrytohear.com.
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