TCL Media Group, a leading developer of websites relating to self-storage auctions, recently acquired
OnlineStorageAuctions.com, the premium exact-match domain for the online storage auction niche. As part of the acquisition, the company has merged 2 of its existing properties onto the new site to create a single authoritative reference about self-storage auctions.
Among the TCL Media Group properties are VirtualStorageAuction.com, which offers an online alternative to traditional storage auctions, and StorageAuctionForums.com, the web’s largest dedicated storage auction discussion site with more than 30,000 posts. These sites have been merged into OnlineStorageAuctions.com. Additionally, over 500 articles, 17 celebrity interviews and 1,000 comments have been imported from the active blog at AuctionsTX.com.
Aside from the merger, the new site will feature several new features to improve functionality for users:
— A powerful zoom feature that allows auction buyers to view photographs in greater detail than ever before. This makes it easier for buyers to see exactly what they’re buying and to decide whether or not to bid on the lot.
— A mobile-friendly version of the website to allow buyers and sellers to check on auctions and bid from their smart phones. This makes it easy for users to keep up with online auctions without neglecting other aspects of their business.
— A copy/paste widget that allows sellers to seamlessly cross-post their auctions from the website onto their own website. Once the script is installed into the user’s website, it will automatically update whenever a new auction goes up.
Despite these comprehensive changes, every aspect of the site will remain free. This includes the online auctions, which can be posted with no charge to buyers or sellers, unlike the site’s competitors. New members are always welcome to join the community and share their experience and expertise.
OnlineStorageAuctions.com is now the largest and most thorough site in its niche. It has three times the content of its closest competitor, and the active community and media presence will ensure its growth. As the needs of the self-storage and storage auction industries change and grow, the site is poised to deliver the dynamic content needed to meet those needs.