A month ago I started messing around with learning about niche marketing on the internet. I created a few new web pages for this purpose, and one of them is about memory foam mattress reviews. My wife and I have a couple of these mattresses, and we review them.
There are a few different memory foam mattress reviews sites already out there. Ours is different though. I only review memory foam beds that I own or have owned, and have used for extended periods of time. All of the other web pages out there pertaining to this subject review six or more beds, usually more… a lot more. There is no way in the world those reviewers can possible own or sleep in those beds to be able to give a personal review.
Yet people go to their web sites and ask them questions about ‘what bed should I buy?’. It amuses me that people are asking some person to tell them what bed they should buy and sleep in when the chance of them actually having months or years of sleep experience in the bed they are recommending is slim to none.
So that is where my new web page Cloud Sleeping comes into play. I have one primary memory foam mattress review page and on it I only write about the memory foam beds I have owned and used. So anybody reading my page will get first hand owner and user experience. It’s that simple.
One thing I have found out over the years, is that you don’t have to spend thousands of dollars to get a memory foam mattress. No sir! You can get a great… no, a FANTASTIC memory foam bed for under a thousand dollars. Under five hundred dollars even. And you can get a bed for those prices with warranties from ten to twenty-five years! Save a lot of money and get a great warranty!? Amazing!
Memory foam mattresses are not that hard to make. They are also cheap to make. Buying a ‘bed in a box’ from an online store like Amazon or WalMart means cutting out the middle man, cutting out the retail stores and their overheads that causes big markups in product price.
Eighty-two percent of memory foam bed owners love their beds. Only sixty-one percent of innerspring mattress owners say they like their bed. Trends are leaning heavily towards memory foam mattresses. They provide a better sleep experience.
Innerspring mattresses ‘push back’ on your body when you sleep in them. Memory foam does not. It cradles and supports your body evenly and does not push back. When a bed pushes back on you it causes ‘stress points’ when you are sleeping. Sleep stress is easily described as feeling the need to change positions during the night because your body gets uncomfortable. When you change positions you are coming out of deep sleep. You want to stay in deep sleep… it’s better for you. Memory foam mattresses are more comfortable, cushion you, allowing you stay comfortable longer, and get better deep sleep.
That is just one of the many benefits of a memory foam mattress. There are many more. If you are so inclined to read up on these beds then head over to my new web page and check it out. You can reach it by clicking here.
I am sure you will learn something useful from the new site. And maybe even decide to buy a new memory foam bed!