Article, The End of Print Obituaries, Sheds Light on the New Trend to Online Memorial Websites

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The newest article included in the archive of http://www.OnlineObituaryReviews.com, is a candid reflection on the demise of the print obituary. Written by Kim Stacey, The End of Print Obituaries: Bidding Farewell to the Touchstones of My Childhood, shares her perceptions on the personal value of print obituaries – and the ramifications of the shift to online memorials. Another recently added article, A Darned Good Read: How to Make an Obituary Inspirational, shares insights on how to tell the story of someone’s life in a way that can bring inner growth to the reader.

Online Obituary Reviews is intended to be the ultimate resource site for people who feel the desire to create an online memorial for a loved one,our archive contains reviews of current memorial website vendors.

Announcing the launch of Online Obituary Reviews recently, Clay Atchison III, webmaster of inlieuofflowers.info, again wants to shine the spotlight on this newest resource site for the bereaved. “My goal in creating both sites was to support family members who have endured loss, and their friends. No one is truly familiar with the etiquette and changing trends in funeral service – and when you need to know, you often don’t know where to look,” declared Clay.

As Online Obituary Reviews is intended to be the ultimate resource site for people who feel the desire to create an online memorial for a loved one, the archive contains reviews of online memorial website vendors. “They’re not ‘all the same’ – in cost, ease of use, or overall capabilities,” said Clay. “I want families to have the information they need to select the most appropriate memorial website solution for their loved one.”

Funeral trends are changing. Cremation rates continue to rise, green burial options exist for those who are looking for more environmentally-friendly options; and the tradition of the newsprint obituary is falling away. “Our newest article, The End of Print Obituaries: Bidding Farewell to the Touchstones of My Childhood, gives insight into this transition. It’s important to know why things are changing, and what it means to us as individuals and families,” commented Clay.

“For those who are creating a memorial website, we’ve added "A Darned Good Read: How to Make an Obituary Inspirational" added Clay. “Telling the story of someone’s life can be a joyous experience, for both the writer, and the reader – whether the obituary is published online or offline.”

Online Obituary Reviews is a website where you can read reviews of current online memorial or obituary website vendors, to help you select the most appropriate online memorial vendor for your memorialization needs. Designed to be the ultimate guide to online obituary and memorials, Online Obituary Reviews will soon have a consumer rating and comment section for each vendor. As the online memorial industry expands, this obituary review site will continue to grow right along with it.

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