It’s Not The Best Snow Blower – It’s The Best Snow Blower For You!
2013 saw huge changes in the way we select and buy snow blowers. Searching the Internet for the best products has become the first thing you do. Magazine articles and reviews no longer are relevant. You want the latest info now, from real world experts, not a slick article by a junior editor who knows nothing about the product they are writing about. Thank you for making MovingSnow.com the second most trusted review source for snow blower information on the web for the second year in a row. (Source consumersearch.com)
You are also more willing to purchase your products online. You are now 7 times more willing to buy a snow blower online than you were in 2012. A few retailers like Sears have realized this and now offer the best prices through their websites. Prices you can’t get in the stores.
Like a lot of content producers I’m using the end of the year to look back and reflect on the work I produced throughout the year. I’ve intentionally chosen to focus on the most “popular” posts as a way of illustrating what information you are most interested in. Now, mind you, I’m not saying these are my “best” posts of the year.
The following ten articles were judged most popular through an analysis of Google Analytics, Facebook likes, LinkedIn comments and the number of people reading them.
- 2012 – 2013 Snow Blower Reviews
- The Best Snow Blowers For 2013-2014 By these first two articles I see that many of you are not particular to a specific brand, instead you are looking for the best snow blower for your money.
- 2014 Craftsman 24 inch 208cc Model 88173 Snow Blower Review The Craftsman Model 88173 is by far the best value of all the 24 inch snow blowers on the market. Craftsman continues to be the leader in this size. From the comments I see that you are not looking for a lot of features, just the best value for the price.
- 2012-2013-2014 Snow Blowers – Who Makes What? Craftsman, Ariens, Cub Cadet, Toro, Troy-Bilt, Snapper, Yardman, MTD Pro, Honda, Yard-Machines and MTD? The entire snow blower market is confusing. You go into Sears or Lowes or Menards and the snow blowers all look the same. You wondered what the differences are and why you should buy one brand over the other.
- 2014 Ariens Deluxe 28 Snow Blower 921030 with Auto-Turn Review Ariens has a proven winner here and didn’t need a huge advertising campaign to get the word out. This one snow blower will forever change how you use a snow blower in the future. Now if Ariens could produce a 24 inch snow blower with Auto-Turn that is affordable…………
- Who Makes Powermore, Craftsman, Troy-Bilt, Yard Machines, Cub Cadet OHV Winterized Engines. The engine says Craftsman and if you Google it there are 100 different posts giving you the wrong information about who makes the engine. This article gives you the correct information.
- 2014 Cub Cadet 3X™ 26 & 28 inch Three-Stage 357cc Snow Blower Review Cub Cadet knows that advertising works and the number of people interested in this new snow blower shows how well their ads work.
- 2011 Snow Devil Snow Throwers Model 57030 Review Menards is known for low prices and when they offered a 24 inch snow blower for hundreds less than any other snow blower on the market you wondered what was the catch. Most of you realized that the price was too good to be true and decided it was worth the extra money to buy a snow blower from a brand that you could trust.
- 2013-2014 Craftsman 26 in 208 cc Model 88691 Two-Stage Snow Blower Review: The Perfect Snow Thrower? Plain and simple: Two Stage snow blowers are hard to use. Most of you are looking for not only a great value but a snow blower that is dependable and easy to use. If Sears would offer this snow blower in a 24 inch size …………
- 24 inch Snow Blowers under $600 – Which is the Best? Craftsman, Snow-Tek, Murray, Poulan Pro, Yard Machines, MTD, Troy-Bilt, Power Smart 24 inch snow blowers continue to be the most popular size and many of you don’t want to spend a fortune on one. Unfortunately the best value 24 inch machines are now around $700.
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