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Build a Strong Social Skills Foundation

Peter Soto |27 Mar 2013

In my last post, I talked about how having a genuine interest in people leads to quality relationships between account managers and the clients they serve. This time I’m going to give you a few resources partly to show you why this happens and partly to show how you can develop these social skills. This is by no means an exhaustive guide. The question is too big and our attention spans are too small.


The Growth of Self Storage: Market for Improved Visibility

Kendra Bozarth |27 Mar 2013

In the last two decades, the self storage industry has evolved rapidly, and the United States makes up almost 90% of the global market with more than 50,000 locations nationwide. The most substantial growth occurred in the early 2000s when the total quantity of properties doubled in size from one billion square feet in 2000 to over two billion in 2005.


Which Customers Should You Target?

Kendra Bozarth |26 Mar 2013

Self storage is utilized for an array of situations, and that means a wide variety of different customers will visit your facility each day. It’s important to consider which groups of people use storage most and which features those prospective tenants look for. Here, we’ve created four profiles for the most common renters in self storage and which particular amenities best service their needs


Storage Express Acquires New Locations in Sidney, Ohio

Kendra Bozarth |12 Mar 2013

Storage Express has acquired three self storage facilities in Sidney, Ohio from Lock-It-Up Storage. In total, the properties will add 500 storage units and over 60,000 square feet of property to their brand.


How Do Customers See Your Pages?

Sara Heins |07 Mar 2013

Are you attracting customers with your Facebook, Twitter and Google+ profiles, or driving them away? Mashable teamed up with EyeTrackShop, a startup that uses webcams to track eye movement and see where people engage most with content, based on where their eyes lingered longest. Although the study only involved 30 participants, the results are intriguing. Since social media profiles are usually formatted the same for businesses as they are for people, there may be some knowledge to gain here.

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