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    How Reviews Help Your Storage Facility Rank in the Google 3 Pack

    Your browser does not support SVG Rachel English

    Google's "3 Pack" is a list of three competing businesses serving local customers in a particular city or town. It includes the businesses' phone numbers, their review score, and other information.

    You can click one of the three businesses to get more information about it. Besides paid advertisements, the 3 pack is the first thing you see on a Google search engine results page (SERP).

    How to Set Up a Google Review Link for Your Self Storage Facility

    Your browser does not support SVG Richard Jeffords

    Think online reviews don’t matter? Think again!

    According to Forbes, taking control of online reviews on sites such as Google My Business is “the single most important thing [businesses] can do to attract new customers.” Why? Because 90% of consumers read online reviews before visiting a business, and 88% of consumers trust online reviews as much as personal recommendations.

    Incentivize your Facility Manager to get Tenant Reviews

    Your browser does not support SVG T. J. Williamson

    StoragePug is a modern marketing company for self storage. We create intelligent marketing websites that allow you to rent units & take payments through your facility’s website.

    A successful self storage brand starts with your facility manager. Your facility manager is on the front line of your business but sometimes you, as the business operator, do not have the time to check in on them.

    By implementing a manager rewards system, you can encourage your managers to be successful in acquiring more positive online reviews.

    Obtaining Positive Reviews for Self Storage Facilities

    Your browser does not support SVG Richard Jeffords

    77% of the US population use social media. Word-of-mouth has the power to influence communities. 

    91 percent of people regularly or occasionally read online reviews, and 84 percent trust online reviews as much as a personal recommendation.

    Usually, a good experience travels slow at first and gains momentum over time. It takes time, but can help with marketing significantly.

    When a tenant has a bad experience they tell their friends about it immediately.