Arrow Moving & Storage is Moving Up with Social Integration

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With five locations throughout the U.S., a website re-launch and social integration helped transition Arrow Moving & Storage to the online market.

Drawing customers to a multiple location moving company in the U.S. required an online social presence on platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Google +. Engaging customers by inquiring about their needs and the services they would like to see is huge when adopting a customer to a loyal customer. This is being taken advantage of by Arrow Moving & Storage, which has locations in: San Antonio, Salt Lake City, Oklahoma City, Colorado Springs and Cheyenne.

"Most people think moving is just a one-time service, but if the moving company has truly developed a positive relationship with that customer online, other visitors will see this," said Art Lowenberg, Marketing Manager for Arrow Moving & Storage. "That same customer will also provide recommendations to friends and family still living in the moving company's service area, and on review sites online."

More important than ever before are recommendations and positive reviews; however, the trend has moved from traveling by word of mouth to social media platforms and review websites. Along with building an excellent reputation on review sites, having a blog with useful information will help to drive traffic to a company's website. Make the blog personal and show potential customers that there is more behind a company name and logo, but actual people with personalities, interests and their own ideas.

Some useful information Arrow Moving & Storage provides to its customers on its websites includes household moving tips and packing videos that give a DIY packer guidance. Online shipment tracking is another benefit a customer of Arrow Moving & Storage will receive with their move.

About Arrow Moving & Storage
A multiple-location moving company in five states throughout the central U.S. has been serving residents and businesses since 1936. Arrow Moving & Storage grew from its beginnings in Cheyenne to include locations in Colorado Springs, Oklahoma City, Salt Lake City and San Antonio. All movers are required to pass the Quality Labor Certification through the completion of 25 hours of classroom training and the mastery of 160 moving skills. Along with moving services, storage solutions and logistics are also available.

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