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The Anatomy of Google Ad Extensions for Self Storage Marketing Teams

Google Pay-Per-Click (PPC) Ads are more complicated than you think. The intent of Google Paid Ads is to provide lots of relevant information for the individuals conducting a...


2 Tactics to Help Your Rehab Appear in Google Local 3-Pack Results

Imagine this scenario: a struggling addict in need is at their wits end and finally gathers the courage to seek help. They go to Google and perform a...


2 Self-Storage Data-Driven Insights We Shared at SSA Spring 2019

On Thursday, March 14th Linkmedia 360 and StorageMart presented in front of a packed audience during their Concurrent Educational Session, ‘Leveraging Data Science to Create a Marketing &...


3 Benefits of Google Ad Extensions for Senior Living Marketing

When senior living providers need to drive inquiries immediately due to changing occupancy, they typically turn to Google’s paid ads. If your team hasn’t used Google Ad extensions...


What’s the Difference Between A.I. and Machine Learning and How Does it Apply to Rehab?

Imagine if your rehab could use artificial intelligence (A.I.) to save the life of a struggling addict? With data-driven approaches being implemented in the healthcare industry, the prospect...


2 Steps to Leverage the Marie Kondo Downsizing Craze in Self Storage Marketing

As a self storage facility operator you’ve heard of the ‘4 D’s’ of self-storage: Death, Divorce, Dislocation and Downsizing. In particular, “downsizing” has become the latest craze across...


Robots Have Arrived: What is A.I. and Machine Learning? And, Does it Matter for Senior Living Communities?

”Danger, Will Robinson!” was the famous catchphrase often exclaimed by the protective and loyal robot from ‘Lost in Space’. While you may fondly remember this TV series growing...


3 Benefits to Google Ad Extensions in PPC for Self Storage

When self storage marketing teams need to make an immediate impact in occupancy levels, typically they’ll turn to paid ads on Google’s search engine results page (SERP). And...

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