Margaret's batch of eulogy speeches are better. They make a perfect collection of templates for anyone who wants to get a head start on their eulogy writing.
Saint Paul, MN (PRWEB) September 3, 2009
Margaret Marquisi, a Minnesotan tech-savvy 74-year old retiree, has created a website that allows one to purchase and download eulogy speech samples and examples. By visiting her website, http://www.besteulogyspeeches.com, a eulogy writer can download a kit that allows instant access to her hand-crafted eulogy speeches. Along with the package of funeral speeches, Marquisi also includes a grievance guide, poems, and public-speaking cheat sheets.
Marquisi, a Saint Paul native, has been to more funerals than she can remember.. and during these visits shes oftentimes had to conduct a funeral speech herself. Over the years, she collected her eulogy speeches and also began to help others in the writing process. When her son, an Internet marketer, showed her how to market online, she was hooked.
Marquisi, who has recently lost her hearing, struggles to share her consultations in person. The Internet, she says, has re-enabled her to consult with people.
"I immediately wanted to share the funeral speeches I've written. So many people have benefited from them, and bringing them to the Internet has opened the doors to a whole new group of people," Marquisi stated in an email.
How the system works is simple - a prospect visits her website, and sees her offer. If they find her offer acceptable, her business takes their payment information via PayPal or Google checkout. Within seconds, the customer has her kit within their email. It is viewable via any PDF browser, such as Adobe acrobat.
But why not get eulogy writing information for free? Marquisi's son, Winston, states the internet is "filled with cluttered information". The eulogy samples and eulogy examples on the internet are often overused and lack quality. "Margaret's batch of eulogy speeches are better. They make a perfect collection of templates for anyone who wants to get a head start on their eulogy writing."