Get more out of SiteLink and enrich your business through conversation
SiteLink, the global leader in cloud-based software and payment processing for storage operations of all sizes, is excited to announce the launch of StorageForum, a discussion-based website designed for the SiteLink community and open to the Self Storage industry as a whole.
StorageForum launched on May 15th and clocked over 39,000 page views in its first 3 days. The syndicated daily comic Dilbert (Lifestyle section) is reportedly a “huge hit,” and users happily weighed in on the first SiteLink poll asking “How often do you run a promotion?”. Activity quickly ramped up with many lively software and non-software related conversations ranging from ideas on marketing to recommendations on tablets for SiteLink eSign™.
In StorageForum, users can discuss SiteLink software, ask industry-specific questions, discover marketplace partners and explore the unique aspects of the Self Storage business. On the lighter side, categories such as Humour, Pets and Opinion add a bit of entertainment to forum visitors. Its goal is to promote helpful, educational and thought-provoking conversations through the free exchange of ideas and sharing of knowledge. Some discussion topics include:
- SiteLink Software
- Self Storage Operations
- SiteLink Marketplace Products and Services
- Regional Categories (local discussions in your part of the world)
- Industry News
- 3rd Party Management
- Opinion, Lifestyle and Humour
With innovations like StorageForum and the recent release of myHub, it’s no wonder SiteLink has been voted Best Storage Software from Inside Self Storage for the past six years running. SiteLink’s continual innovation efforts and high-quality service has lead to a user satisfaction rating of over 98%.
An excellent resource for those starting out in the industry and seasoned storage professionals alike, StorageForum has a place for everyone. StorageForum is found on the SiteLink.com website and through “Community” buttons in the SiteLink client and myHub portal.