“Our new ratings system is the largest you’ll find online, and it’s been specifically designed to give consumers one place to go to research the best mattress for them."
(PRWEB) December 03, 2014
As part of their ongoing commitment to provide essential, impartial information to consumers interested in buying a new mattress, WhatsTheBest-Mattress.com recently added a ratings section to their website that aggregates more than 20,000 reviews from across the Internet.
The comprehensive new feature displays ratings and owner contentment by type of mattress, as well as owner contentment for the big mattress brands. By clicking on the links, users can drill further into specific categories to obtain meaningful statistics and real-world feedback, enabling them to make more informed mattress buying decisions.
“Our new ratings system is the largest you’ll find online, and it’s been specifically designed to give consumers one place to go to research the best mattress for them,” explained Craig Welch, president of What’s The Best, Inc., who also operates similar sites for enthusiasts of other products. “Whether they access the reviews before comparing mattresses at retail stores or before placing their order online, the feedback is timely, relevant, impartial and, most importantly, from people just like them.”
A leading online mattress buying guide since 1999, WhatsTheBest-Mattress.com is a one-stop destination for people looking for a better sleep experience. As a publisher of editorial content, the company is not paid to sell mattresses and receives no commissions, thus enabling them to provide unbiased, balanced information.
For the past 16 years, millions of consumers have utilized the site to learn what they need to know before purchasing a new mattress or bed; research leading brands such as Sealy, Serta, Simmons and Tempur-Pedic; compare different types of mattress options, ranging from memory foam and air mattresses to innerspring mattresses and water beds; obtain tips on negotiating prices with retailers; and have questions answered in the mattress forum.
For more information, visit http://www.whatsthebest-mattress.com.