Even if they don't want to see your storage facility in person, self storage consumers want to know what your facility looks like and who's on the staff. That's why many self storage operations include photos of the storage property and their employees on their websites. But you can't just upload any image. You need high-quality images on your site. Why? Well, there are two big reasons.
Google's latest update has the potential to affect your company's rankings in mobile search. Is your website mobile-friendly? Find out now and learn how to keep your business in mobile search results.
Make a good first impression when potential customers visit your storage facility's website by refining your homepage content. Make sure your front page messaging reflects your services and benefits in the best light so you can reduce bounce rates and increase your conversions.
Many storage operators don't understand how to measure the success (or lack thereof) of their storage websites. This is where Google Analytics and other web analytic tools can help.
Hiring a search engine optimization (SEO) firm that can improve your storage operation's online presence is difficult, especially since there are hundreds of firms out there that use spam and black-hat SEO tactics that could hurt your website's performance in search engine results. Fortunately, there are three easy ways to spot a bad firm.
In many bad situations, you often hear “make lemonade out of lemons.” Luckily, the same goes for life on the Internet. One wrong turn...
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