In Crush Your Competition, civil engineer and self-storage developer Marc Goodin provides 101 weeks of specific, proven marketing ideas you can implement with minimal or no cost to maximize your profits.
Step-by-step guide to marketing a self-storage business
No-cost strategies for keeping clients longer and increasing referrals
Tips to improve customer service and rent more units
Tactics for penetrating the market
Maximizing sales from drive-by and walk-in prospects, telephone calls, Internet users, retail customers, and existing tenants
Strategies for competing with the real estate investment trusts (REITs) and large operators
Personal insights and case studies
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Your Self-Storage: Planning - Site Selection - Design - Construction
In Your Self-Storage, civil engineer and self-storage developer Marc Goodin offers over 150 proven ideas to save you time and money and make your project a success. This item is presented in a downloadable format so you can get started today!
Should you take control of your destiny?
11 things you can do this week to get started now
The 5 most frequently asked questions
10 factors to help you make a better site selection
32 design items that will make your facility better and more profitable
7 items to help you get a faster site plan approval
10 items to bring to your planning and zoning commission meetings
26 construction items to save you time and money
8 development/start-up fees you may not be aware of
9 things no one else is going to tell you
14 simple things that make a difference before you open the doors
19 marketing ideas to implement for a faster rent-up period
Selling The Unique Tips For Marketing Specialty Storage
Successfully marketing specialty storage begins with a comprehensive understanding of the product or service you are selling and the clientele who will be paying for it. Learn some useful tips for effectively advertising your specialty storage product.
The secret to building your business through referrals is to attract customers to your facility rather than push your business on them. Following these 11 tips may have them beating a path to your door.