Asheville, NC (PRWEB) September 06, 2012
StorageUnitAuctionList.com, one of the leaders in storage auction information in America, is working towards piquing the interest of even more potential storage hunting hopefuls. In lieu of the success of their $1.99 weeklong trial subscription, StorageUnitAuctionList.com is raising the bar yet again by introducing a completely free one week trial.
Ryan Beierlein, Chief Operating Officer at Storage Unit Auction List, is positive about the decision to offer their services for free. “We are offering the free trial to prospective auction hunters so they can view their local storage auctions, and maybe get a feel for how these auctions work before they fully commit to it. Our service will help them locate the lesser-known auctions, which will give them a competitive edge over other bidders that attend the auctions that can be found on free sites.”
Subscribers will receive all of the benefits of a paid subscription for one week, allowing them ample time to test the website and utilize its benefits. After the trial week period is up, potential subscribers can chose to continue their subscription at the normal monthly cost for their state, or they can cancel the subscription free of charge.
StorageUnitAuctionList.com provides professional information, up to date auction listings, and live customer service to thousands of storage hunters across the nation daily, and many would agree that the monthly subscription to this site is worth the money. One subscriber in Massachusetts even claims that it is “one of the smartest moves I've made since I started going to storage auctions”.
Along with the free trial, Storage Unit Auction List hopes that their improved account area, which was launched earlier this month, will attract a larger crowd as well. The new account area improves on the site’s classic features, such as the auction map and the auction calendar, giving each tool its own page and organizing everything into a concise, easy to navigate toolbar.
They have also introduced a completely new tool to their site: the “export auction list” feature. With this, subscribers can download the entire list of storage auctions in their area and export it into programs such as Microsoft Excel. From there, all of the important information, such as date, location, and facility name, is displayed on a graph which can be saved onto the computer or printed out for easy access.
Storage Unit Auction List started in 2011 and has been dedicated to helping storage hunters across the nation by offering auction listings at every facility in America. With a directory with over 50,000 storage facilities--the largest in the world--and well over 80,000 actual storage auctions listed since March of 2011, Storage Unit Auction List is growing larger by the day. Their company continues to grow and innovate the way storage hunters find and attend auctions.
For more information about Storage Unit Auction List's services, visit http://www.storageunitauctionlist.com.