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Funeral Home Resource Offers Branded Online Memorials to Funeral Homes

AUSTIN, TEXAS - Funeral Home Resource, in launching its online memorial site,, offers co-branded memorials for funeral homes. These online memorials offer a superior experience with full-page images and special features in addition to traditional elements.

Funeral Home Resource's Online Memorials was developed so that funeral homes can:

o enjoy a superior, yet free service

o create multiple memorials from a single account

o brand memorials to promote their funeral homes

o choose to have memorials sit both on their own website and the online memorials site, or only on the online memorials site.

Even funeral homes with existing websites and coordinating memorials choose Funeral Home Resource's Online Memorials for their sites to offer their clients an extraordinary product and added exposure, as seen in this sample branded memorial.

Not only is the new site beautiful and easy to navigate, it includes a number of special features that make it an exceptional tribute or obituary site


• Co-Branding

• Advanced browsing capabilities

• Ability to track local obituaries

• Guided instruction to create memorials

• Ability to light a candle

• Gallery and Memory Book features

• Ability to accept and reject photos and comments

• Grief resources.

Ron Browning, CEO and President of Funeral Home Resource advises, "We work hard to provide value to our funeral home partners through our no risk funeral home websites, funeral lead generation, and informational resources. FHR is now proud to offer funeral homes exceptional free online memorials to share with their own customers."

Online obituary sites draw millions of visitors each month, having the power to both celebrate a life and mourn its passing. With the launch of its Online Memorials site and co-branded memorials, Funeral Home Resource continues to increase its value to partner funeral homes and their clients.


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