Online reviews can be a powerful selling tool for movers in Vancouver, they can also be misleading, exaggerated and downright disengenuous. Every consumer has different expectations of their mover, by understanding your needs you can better interpret and compare reviews … Continue Reading
Is it time to take the Vancouver Better Business Bureau around back of the shed? I certainly think so. In 2010 the CBC wrote an expose on the pay for play (P4P) nature of the Vancouver BBB which highlighted the … Continue Reading
We use Google Adwords as part of a comprehensive strategy to promote our business on the web because it’s effective though inexorably expensive and subject to spam clicks, says my subjective opinion. What happens though when Google confers a tangible … Continue Reading
A fixed rate quote paired with an in home visit is an obfuscation designed to oversell a service while simultaneously playing upon a customers fear that movers are slow and unskilled.
Local Vancouver movers typically charge one of two ways; … Continue Reading
Over the past few years the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) has repeatedly put the boots to Two Small Men With Big Hearts moving company. Billed as North America’s largest network of independent moving companies, TSM has consistently come under scrutiny … Continue Reading
Craigslist is a terrific resource for a variety of products and services, but it can also be the very embodiment of the maxim caveat emptor – buyer beware.
For many years we used Craigslist as part of a collective strategy … Continue Reading
The moving business in Vancouver is beset with all manner of disingenuousness. Little however comes close to the merde de taureau perpetrated by companies promoting plastic moving boxes. Billed as an environmentally user-friendly alternative to cardboard boxes, these round trip … Continue Reading