Tuesday, November 26, 2019

My Holiday Gift Guide Kicks Off With A Wonderful Memorial For Lost Loved Ones

It's that time of year again! Holiday season is upon us and I am starting this year's edition of my Holiday Gift Guide with a service that is perfect for memorializing your loved ones who have passed on.


ForeverMissed.com offers a service unlike any I have seen before: a webpage builder that memorializes your loved one on the internet forever. Launched in 2008, founder Oleg Andelman was inspired by his desire to learn everything he could about his grandparents. He reached out to family members and was able to find out more, along with photographs he didn't know existed!  After compiling all of this knowledge, he decided to build a webpage that could tell his grandparents' story. He then realized that a website where his family and others could share and post memories of his grandparents was actually something he believed could be a great service for anyone on the internet! He began building Forever Missed to offer online memorial pages for anyone on the web! 



ForeverMissed.com has made it easy for anyone to make and share their memorial even if you have little experience in building a webpage. Customer service reps are available day and night should you need any help and to guide you through the building process. It's a wonderful way for families who may be separated by distance or time to learn and share about the lives of their loved one. It is especially helpful to those who may have been young when their family member passed on as they now have an entire webpage dedicated to any information they may need to learn more about their family members!


For this holiday season, I have a special discount. You can receive $20 off of their premium plan by clicking this link. With the premium package you get the ability to upload unlimited photos, a video gallery, background music, illustrated stories, full integration with Facebook and YouTube, access for more administrators to help build the webpage, and customized default notifications you can use to let your other family members know that new content has been uploaded and remind them of important dates. I hope you will check it out and let me know what you think in the comments below!



Who would you memorialize on ForeverMissed.com?

17 comments:

  1. I really like the idea of preserving memories this way. Having a memorial website that anyone in the family can revisit at any time sounds lovely.

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  2. This December, it will make 5 years that my father passed away. I miss him every single day and love the mementos I was gifted when he passed.

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    1. I am so very sorry for your loss. I lost my father 17 years ago last May. Losing a parent changes your life forever. Sending lots of love, friend!

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  3. I think this is a wonderful idea. I'll have to keep this in mind. Going to check more on it. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. This would have been great for when my dad passed. My mom would have liked this.

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  5. What a great gift idea for those who have passed. I'm definitely going to look into these!

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  6. I would memorialize my mother on Forever Missed. I think this is something my brother would me interested in doing with me. I'll have to show him this.

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  7. Thank you for the discount. I will definitely use this for a gift for my friend!

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  8. I love this idea. It's so therapeutic to be able to go someplace to remember them and write about them. Thanks for the code.

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  9. When my dad died it was really nice to be able to go see what people wrote about him. It gave people a chance to send condolences when they lived far away.

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  10. that would be a very nice sentimental present for someone that loss a loved one, so thoughtful

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  11. What a perfect gift idea for those who have passed. Thank you for sharing it!

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  12. Wow! This is such a unique, inspired and clever way to honor the memory of a loved one. I'm going to remember this when the time comes

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  13. That sounds like an amazing website for those passed away. Thanks for sharing it, will keep those in mind.

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  14. We have someone who passed way in her 40s, my aunt. And she left behind a daughter. Love this

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