Your blog posts should answer why your sales prospects should call you for a free estimate or sign up for your lawn fertilization program. What makes you stand out from the crowd? Why should I (the sales prospect) trust you?
If you’re looking for a helpful article to get more leads for your landscaping, lawn care or home services business, then you need to read this article in Turf Magazine.
There is always a mix of excitement and fear when you decide to open your own business … especially a lawn care or landscaping company. You have plenty of competition. How can you grow your lawn maintenance company despite the competition? 12 Steps for Growing Your Landscaping Company It’s thrilling to start your own, Read More
If you’re looking for some ideas or you just need a reminder to stay in front of your landscaping and lawn care clients this summer, then this web exclusive in Turf Magazine is what you need.
Need some fresh content ideas for your lawn care or landscaping blog? Use these six quick ideas to get your business website on the map.
Now, you need to know what topics best help your readers—both your sales prospects and your customers. Seasonal topics are very valuable starting in January and going throughout most of the year.
Permission marketing, created by Seth Godin, is a non-invasive method to bring more customers to your lawn service or landscaping company’s website. Its goal is to teach your prospects general information regarding their lawns, garden beds, ornamental woody plants, and hardscape features. In your blog, you’re the expert. You teach your readers about smart, Read More
A live link to help you rock your blog in 2019! If you’re a landscaper, lawn care owner-operator, or any other business in the green industry (tree care, organic lawn care, sprinkler systems, and snow), then you want to read the Landscape Writer’s blog. In the blogs, you’ll find helpful tips to draw more, Read More
By now, you may have made a New Year’s resolution to start regularly posting blogs on your company’s website. Every January seems like a fresh start to begin blogging. You plan to write one blog a month. Then the busy lawn and landscape season starts, and you forget about blogging. Ironically, from April onward,, Read More