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Lawn care and landscaping businesses have some unique needs other businesses may not. The ability to pull up a contract while in the middle of a large outdoor project, for example, could be very useful for your business. Luckily with technology and smartphone apps, there are plenty of new options out there when it comes to managing your business.
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
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