Contributing Editors



Sometime You Have to Think Outside of the Box in the Self Storage Industry

by Kim Kilpatrick June 2, 2014 11:58 PM
Dare to be different! We’ve all heard the phrase before. Sometimes we’ve listened to it when we should have and sometimes when we should not have. Whether on a personal level or a business one—like for members of the self storage industry--the trick is in figuring out when to do it. [More]

Unique UK Self Storage Company Latest to Enjoy the Perks of Crowd Sourcing

by Tony Gonzalez May 23, 2014 11:23 PM
If there is one thing that individuals and businesses like the self storage industry strive for it is this—security. Not just the ‘stop crime’ kind of security, but the kind that will make it possible for a person and business to breathe easy because they know they don’t have to worry about tomorrow—financial security. [More]

You Don’t Need Millions to Invest in the Self Storage Industry

by John Stevens April 16, 2014 11:09 PM
When people think of investing in a business they know it is going to cost them a pretty penny. For just about any business—self storage and otherwise—it takes some serious capital to get the endeavor off the ground; hundreds of thousands if not millions. Not everyone can get that kind of money together. [More]

Some Certainly Like to Go Big in the Self Storage Industry

by Tony Gonzalez January 8, 2014 11:26 PM
Go big or go home. That saying is something that many of us have heard at one time or another—if not said. It’s all about being noticed and not just succeeding, but excelling. What it takes to do it is up to the person or person’s involved and why they feel the need to do it. Are they trying to win a tournament? Are they looking to become titans of industry? [More]

Crowd Funding Could Make the Self Storage Industry Popular with Small Investors

by Kim Kilpatrick December 30, 2013 11:36 PM
The Beatles and Joe Cocker made the notion of getting by with a little help from their friends into a hit song. You could even say the concept applies between the two since Joe Cocker had to get a little help (permission) from the Beatles to record his version of the song. That kind of cooperation is a concept that worked well for the music industry then, and certainly is one that can work for the self storage industry now. [More]
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