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.
The Landscape Writer Helps You Rock Your Blog in 2019 Has this series helped you develop a blogging plan for your lawn care or landscaping website in the New Year? Remember: The keys to blogging success include writing for your audience, keeping it simple, and getting them hooked so they contact you for all, 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
You want customers—that’s the whole purpose of having a landscaping business. However, it’s tough to figure out the best way of reaching the type of clientele that you love. 7 Tips to Get More Landscaping Clients Here are seven tips for you to do that will bring more sales prospects to your door: Join, Read More
Question for all web designers and marketing consultants, what are your pain points? When a landscaping or lawn care company calls you up or completes your contact form, requesting a quote to revamp their website or help them create a marketing plan, what do you do? Over the past five years, I’ve gotten calls, Read More
Do you start each New Year strong in regularly publishing your blog posts to your landscaping website, only to peter out by the beginning of April? You know from trade shows, marketing blogs and green industry trade magazines that you need to consistently upload new posts to your blog or you won’t rank high, Read More
As a landscaper, your business focuses on visual appeal. With each project you tackle, your primary focus is creating a landscape that’s as aesthetically pleasing as it is functional. Following this line of reasoning, it’s only natural that your potential clients want to see some of the projects you’ve completed in the past. Maybe, Read More