Examples of imaginative content marketing in the packers and movers industry

The industry is very competitive, no doubt, with movers and packers jostling with one another to get the attention of the customer. The clients are savvy enough to believe that digital is the medium to be in.

The agencies vie with one another here for SEO, Content Marketing, and PPC projects related to the moving industry.

But despite all the frenetic digital marketing activity, the content imagination is somewhat short.

There are enough examples of great content on websites in the moving and packing industry and all who work here can and should draw inspiration from these.

1.Moving.com

Moving has very helpful information for movers. It uses this information in several ways.

  • Several different types of content can be seen on the website under Tools and Guides.
  • Pass value to the customer
  • Rank for long-tail keywords
  • Elegantly combine dynamic data into a unique pattern for US Cities
  • Sell its Mover Services

This page is targeting a keyword “Movers in Minneapolis” and has a structure as below. It’s a brilliantly architected sell that fully utilises the different types of information on the website and integrates all this in one place with keywords.

  • Get an online quote
  • Most recent moves to Minneapolis from the Realtor.comdatabase
  • A selection of the top movers in Minneapolis from the Moving.com database
  • A bit of content about Minneapolis covering Overview, History, Economy, Tourism, Colleges and Interesting facts
  • More Movers from Minneapolis thrown from the Moving.comdatabase
  • 5 tabbed panels showing the great neighborhoods of Minneapolis
  • 3 Article Tips on Moving thrown up from Blog
  • Side Panel that shows tips on organizing your move that includes storage, packing calculator, auto transport, moving cost, and moving planner.

2. Unpakt

5 examples of imaginative content marketing

Unpakt is an aggregated service where many movers come together on a single platform and compete with one another for the customer based on price, ratings, reviews, and profiles.

Unpakt overseas the move and handles customer support, marketing. The Unpakt Blog addresses both the customers and sometimes the movers.

The blogs are an opportunity to seed keywords, give out information of value, and rank organically in the search results.

The CTA or form is prominent on the sidebar and is available when you scroll.

What Unpakt does is to beautifully use keywords and questions that customers search for in their blog headlines and topics.

3. Writer Relocations

5 examples of imaginative content marketing

Writer Relocations has content in several interesting forms. Destination Guides, Moving Tips, Service FAQs, Blogs, Locations, and eBook Downloads.

Each follows its won style and layout.

The intricate mix of these produces the right kind of leads for the brand. The eBooks are easily the best in the business.

4. FlatRate

5 examples of imaginative content marketing

Flatrate has broken its Content of Value for customers into 4 neat areas – Blog, Moving Tips, How-to, and FAQs. Their sell is one of the best in this industry.

I noticed that they change their forms frequently which makes me suspect that they test it often.

5. Glovve.com

5 examples of imaginative content marketing

Glovve is the newest entrant of the lot. In many ways, it’s the Unpakt of India, in that it aggregates movers, algorithmically gives out instant quotes to the customer, allows you to pay and track online, and more.

In terms of the content of value to the customer, it has FAQs, Moving Tips Blog, and a City Resources section that’s written to be of help to the moving customer.

Uses thought-through content, and SEO-optimised,given the nature of content in this industry.

amrutha

Rathin is an international logistics development specialist and author of several publications on socio economic development. Rathin is a regular contributor to online article sites on the topics of on line education, underserved peoples, scholarship and educational excellence.

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