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We’ve all heard the saying “A picture is worth a thousand words.” This is especially true for modern marketing websites, Google My Business Listings, and social media. Examine how photos and videos can support and benefit your marketing efforts!

Hear from self storage experts, Cindy Ashby and Tommy Pug, about their experience and recommendations when it comes to online rental capabilities.

Learn how to find search engine friendly keywords for your storage facility with this quick and easy guide. These techniques are specific to storage facility owners, marketers, and managers. Simply follow these steps for a successful self storage SEO campaign!

The key to self storage website design focuses on creating quick actions for your users. The best self storage websites have two necessary features.

Some self storage operators deem meeting a tenant as a vital part of the rental process. Here are tips so you can do so but still offer online rentals.

This article delves into best practices of designing and implementing the structure and functionality of a new website for a Self Storage facility.

Learn how Value Pricing for Self Storage increases the renter experience and increases revenue, using concepts from airlines, hotels, and car rentals.

Self Storage owners/operators have researched putting Kiosks on facility as an alternative to having an automated website. StoragePug advices against this.

Portable storage operations can exist outside of the traditional facility by integrating and utilizing the internet, web applications, and online services.

Self storage may seem like an unsexy business venture, but portable storage operations, through online marketing, can start as small or large as you want.

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About 90% of consumers do an internet search to find local businesses and research them before making a decision. Of those, 86% use Google for their search engine. If you want to take your self-storage business to the next level, getting in the first page of Google results is paramount.

The same way that a house needs good “curb appeal,” i.e., looking good from the outside, so does your website. You have 50 milliseconds to make a good first impression when someone visits your website.

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