MortuaryMall.com Launches Version 2.0 of Their Innovative Shopping Site

April 4, 2012
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Wilton, Connecticut – Edward Bergin, founder of MortuaryMall.com is pleased to announce the launch of MortuaryMall.com 2.0, the latest version of the innovative online shopping site.

While some online changes can be just plain frustrating because they seem to complicate rather than simplify our lives, the site redesign at MortuaryMall.com was done to enhance the customer shopping experience.

In a recent conversation with Edward, he shared that MortuaryMall.com 2.0 now features simplified site navigation and a fully revamped search tool, which displays more relevant results. “Our customers can now more easily locate the products they want to purchase,” he commented.

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“And after finding the products, they can now view multiple product images, color swatches, additional product documentation,” he continued, “and, where available, they can also watch instructional videos demonstrating how to use the products.”

One new feature to the site that is a real time-saver is the Newsstand, where site visitors can subscribe to many of their favorite industry print publications, such as Funeral Service Insider, American Funeral Director, American Cemetery, Funeral Service Extra, and Funeral Home & Cemetery News. Newsstand visitors also have easy access to the latest free online news from respected sources such as ConnectingDirectors.com, NFDA-TV, and Funeral Directors Chat.

“There is also now a Business category which contains products and services that can help owners with the business aspect of their funeral homes,” notes Edward, “such as accounting & finance, advertising and marketing, aftercare, and case management, just to name a few.”

“With the release of MortuaryMall.com 2.0, we demonstrate our commitment to  customer satisfaction by providing personalized service and quality products at affordable prices. That is, for us, what value is all about,” Edward stated.

To that end, MortuaryMall.com now offers the complete lines of Ferno & Junkin mortuary products at 23% off.

Stop by the site at www.mortuarymall.com, and “friend” them on Facebook. “That way, you can keep up with all the news and product promotions,” said Edward. He then added, “Our goal is to help funeral homes save time and money.”

About MortuaryMall.com

Based in Connecticut, MortuaryMall.com is a family owned business run by members of the Bergin family, whose funeral homes have served Connecticut families for more than 135 years. MortuaryMall.com is a member of the NFDA Business Exchange and the International Memorialization Supply Association (IMSA). For more information or to place an order 24 hours a day, please visit MortuaryMall.com’s website at www.mortuarymall.com.

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