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How best to stay ahead of your competition

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The moving industry has been here for a while now. And with time and growth, many moving companies have come and gone. But the fact remains that the business of relocation is still a competitive one. So one of the things you have to consider when developing your moving company is that. In other words, if you truly wish to grow your business, you need to learn how best to stay ahead of your competition. Learn how best to stay ahead of your competition in the moving industry. Six question to help you stay ahead of your competition1. What is the competition really up to? It is always important to follow current moving industry trends on a regular basis. And it is also important to study the plan-of-action of your competitors. In spite of present movers news and services, what does the future hold for the industry? Business models, online newsrooms, marketing materials and annual reports…these are all key elements. Elements that can reveal secrets pertaining to goals for growth. So if you…

What are the Average Hourly Moving Costs?

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What are the expected average moving costs? The average hourly moving costs depend on several factors: your location (state), the size of the apartment or house moved and of course the moving company. Moving Companies Hourly Moving Costs
Average Hourly Moving Costs The different moving companies have very different moving costs. For example in the Boston and New England area you can find movers for $75-85 per hour for two people up to more than $100 per hour. The average hourly moving rates for 2 men and a truck is about $170 per hour. In most cases the price corresponds to the quality of service. Be careful of phantom movers and always research you movers. A very important factor is the travel fee time. Some companies might charge you over 2 hours for travel time. This is the time needed for the movers to come to your moving location. The normal moving rates should include no more than 2 hours of travel time – this should cover the gas expenses too. The local average hourly moving c…