A smart way to generate new leads for your landscaping business and to help local real estate agents out too is to partner up.
This year, 2021, has been fruitful in expanding my writing world. I’m launching a faith-based/gardening website called, Meeting God in the Garden, and I wrote an article on gardening called Dividing Hostas and Other Perennials. The digital magazine called Home, Garden, and Homestead published the article.
To avoid mishaps and misunderstandings, I’ve created an intake form that I go over with all sales prospects. I need to know what you’re thinking and what you need. I also need to make sure that I’ll be a good fit for your content writing goals.
The landscaping industry has got solid roots and is growing all of the time. For landscapers, this can be an exciting time as new opportunities and trends emerge, providing them with more business and more chances to do this fulfilling work.
So, what does it look like when you hire me to write content for your website?
Well, it’s definitely not a fly-by-night relationship—and yes, readers, you’ll need to play a part in creating your web content too. I’ll be the perfect fit for you if you want.
• In-depth writing to give your potential customers an inside peek into what you offer them.
• Keywords and localization SEO that gets you noticed, but doesn’t sound sloppy in the copy.
• Zoom meetings that I record and transcribe to use when writing your web copy.
• Tight writing that gets to the point. Active voice, not passive verbs, make for engaging web copy.
• Professionally written web copy that’s ready to be uploaded on your website.
Do you want to get your lawn and landscaping company off to an excellent start in the new year? Then, what’s your plan for marketing your landscaping and lawn company in 2021?
With the majority of people looking up services online, your landscaping business needs to be visible to all those potential clients.
For 2021, I’m tweaking the services I provide. First of all, I write small- to mid-length blog posts and web copy. I do have experience with 10X content, but I have backed away from that intensive type of writing.
According to our surveyed Lawn Pros, 90% are continuing to work and operate as usual while taking some additional safety precautions.
It is primarily used to remove surface water from an expansive landscape. This is accomplished by constructing a trench alongside the land and covering it with a grate to allow the water to be channeled through it. These are sometimes constructed across paved zones to allow easy diversion of water.