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To Raise Rates or Not to Raise Rates Put U-Haul to Work for Your Business Spotlight on Johnstown Self-Storage Affiliate Spotlight: Sue and Robert Bennett of FranFinders Attracting Storage Customers with Your Online Presence

To Raise Rates or Not to Raise Rates

Raising rates is a topic that is often looked at with more questions than answers.  Questions that are often asked are “Why”, “How”, “When”, and “How Much”?

Let us start with the question “Why?”.  Every year costs increase for businesse…

Put U-Haul to Work for Your Business

If you are reading this article, it is safe to say that you understand just how huge the Self-Storage industry is right now. With so much competition, it can be difficult to make your business stand out among others and convince customers to choose …

Spotlight on Johnstown Self-Storage

The self-storage industry sometimes does not get the recognition it deserves when it comes to the support they provide to their community. Locations like affiliate, Johnstown Self Storage in Berthoud Colorado, strive to help to outstanding members o…

Affiliate Spotlight: Sue and Robert Bennett of FranFinders

The Storage Industry is growing quickly as more and more investors realize the income potential locked inside. Today, we’re speaking with two successful storage owners who have managed to expand their business rapidly over the last couple of years, …

Attracting Storage Customers with Your Online Presence

Everyone and everything is now online. When attracting storage customers, self-storage business owners should focus on maintaining and building their online presence. Using social media and having a mobile-friendly website is just the beginning o…

  • A Look Back at 2013

    A Look Back at 2013

    2013 was quite the year with a government shut down, life altering natural disasters, Obamacare, a royal birth, and the continued expansion of the self-storage industry. Before you have time to blink, 2014 will be half way over. While most of us have already forgotten our New Year’s resolutions, it’s important to remember what has happened this previous year.

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