Moving Guardian is currently promoting the growing collection of armed forces discounts available on the company’s moving reviews directory at http://MovingGuardian.org/moving-review-website/. An asset for relocating soldiers recently home from abroad, the military moving coupons join Moving Guardian’s other featured niche deals for students and seniors, in addition to discounts open to the general public.
“As members of the armed forces return home and begin looking for work, relocation is often an essential step to securing employment. We encourage the businesses featured in our moving reviews to claim their accounts and post discounts for soldiers and veterans to help facilitate their transitions home,” said Rafael Harel, CEO of the moving help website.
Moving Guardian is not affiliated with any of the services listed in its ever-growing database of moving company ratings, but the website does make it possible for companies to offer coupons for various demographics, including military moving discounts. Beyond coupons, Moving Guardian also provides extensive resources for various niche moving groups, in addition to general moving tips on common relocation scams and how they can best be avoided.
Companies interested in posting discounts for members of the armed forces, students, and seniors can register for Moving Guardian’s Premium Member option, which is available for $29.99 per month. Premium Members are also able to publicly respond to moving reviews, flag potential fraudulent reviews, receive email updates for all new feedback, and even view the reference number corresponding to each consumer response.
For even greater value, Premium Members can benefit from enhanced branding and contact information on their company profiles, alongside a Premium Member icon that reflects the profile holder’s interest in monitoring moving reviews and resolving consumer issues.
Alternatively, moving and relocation companies can claim their listings for free as Basic Members to upload their contact information, fill out a 300-character profile, and showcase their Better Business Bureau ratings (when appropriate). Consumers browsing the moving company ratings can also easily share their feedback on claimed listings via Facebook, Twitter, and other networks for an enhanced social media presence.
Moving Guardian’s directory of moving company ratings is designed to make moving and relocation services accountable for their work, but the website protects the companies listed in its moving reviews as well, Harel notes. The company upholds strict review policies so businesses do not have to worry about anonymous or untruthful consumer complaints.
To discover more information about Moving Guardian, visit http://MovingGuardian.org or call 877-613-1140. The moving help website can be accessed on Facebook and Twitter at http://www.facebook.com/MovingGuardian and http://twitter.com/MovingBlog, additionally.
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