August 04, 2009
Largest Online Directory of 'Everything Aging' GilbertGuide.com to Co-Brand Directory
Client Gilbert Guide will co-brand their well renowned online directory of senior care providers to other websites. They offer sites the largest online directory of senior care providers, expanding content and resources to their readers, starting with Parentgiving.com and Caregiving.com.
Both sites serve valuable information and products to people caring for their aging loved ones. Integrating Gilbert Guide’s co-branded aging resource directory enables their visitors to find local care providers without having to leave their site.
The directory covers the entire spectrum of care from Personal Homecare to Assisted Living and Alzheimer’s Communities and Nursing Homes to everything in between, as well as important auxiliary categories, such as Geriatric Care Managers, Senior Move Managers and Aging-in-Place certified Home Remodelers.
Says Parentgiving CEO Keith Maddox: “Our companies have overlapping missions to serve the fast growing population of elder caregivers in the USA. Our site visitors now have access to Gilbert Guide’s leading eldercare services directory and Gilbert Guide’s visitors now have access to Parentgiving’s online store, which has thousands of great products for seniors and their caregivers.”
Caregiving owner Denise M. Brown adds: "the directory is the most comprehensive I've seen. It's a huge benefit to our site's visitors, who are searching for eldercare services and providers who can help."
Gilbert Guide also offers a wealth of resources that includes health issues for seniors, as well as nearly 25 other experts on a wide range of issues that impact the aging market.
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I had the privilege of consulting with Chris Heuer on some of Gilbert Guide's site a few years ago.
I always thought there was a huge need for the information they gather, and I'm thrilled to see it is going to be available widely.
I wish them the best.
Posted by: Howard Greenstein | Aug 4, 2009 11:07:25 AM