USSelfStorageLocator.com Unveils Self-Storage Locator and Rental-Search Engine

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USSelfStorageLocator.com, a self-storage locator and rental-search engine, recently launched. The new search engine locates self-storage facilities from its nationwide database and enables users the ability to choose and rent from a desired self-storage location. USSelfStorageLocator.com’s online rental system allows the storage seeker guaranteed availability of the unit chosen.

“We have custom built a cutting-edge search engine capable of instant displays of mass facilities within a specified distance, giving the consumer the advantage to compare features, sizes and prices,” said CEO Victor Dante.

USSelfStorageLocator.com offers registered self-storage operators the ability to post the features of their facilities and also offers call-tracking data. Registered operators can customize their listings by uploading pictures, create Web coupons and list monthly specials. Complete data reports with illustration graphs and charts are also available.

USSelfStorageLocator.com also offers integration with Open Tech Alliance through its Insomniac Self Storage Network. Changes within facilities are constant, therefore the system updates periodically all changes made in the participating facility’s management software, creating a flux of up-to-date inventory and prices.

USSelfStorageLocator.com also provides a tracking phone number to all verified facilities in its database. This distinctive number will allow facility managers or owners to review calls and use the recordings for training and quality-control purposes.

“This feature alone is worth signing up for,” said COO Tony Prada. “The results page was strategically built to randomly select a facility each time a search is initiated or the search results page is refreshed, and will display a banner ad on the left side which will move up or down as the person searching scrolls the page.”

USSelfStorageLocator.com currently lists more than 45,000 facilities nationwide.

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