A Labor of Love: Landscapers Put in More Overtime Than Most People Realize

Dear Readers: I’m so busy at the Landscape Writer that I don’t have time to put together a blog for September. Danielle Higley was kind enough to share her insights from TSheets by QuickBooks. I hope you enjoy this post! With the end of the summer approaching, it’s common to hear the question, “So, Read More

7 Tips to Get More Landscaping Customers

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

Web Designers & Digital Marketers: What are Your Pain Points?

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

Running Out of Blog Ideas Part 2

Since Running Out of Blog Ideas continues to be one of my most popular blog posts, I decided to create Part 2 for you.   The points I made in Part 1 are still valid. And yet, I have a few more years of experience under my belt, and I have a broader audience, Read More

How to Save Time & Still Publish Blog Posts to Your Landscaping Website

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

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In the content marketing world, “know,” “like,” and “trust” are three characteristics that mark an effective marketer. Did you know that you can incorporate know, like and trust into your blogs and social media? As a local landscaper, lawn care or home service business owner, you already employ know, like and trust in your, Read More

3 Easy Ways to Sell New Construction Home Upgrades

New post for Home Improvement Entrepreneurs: On the Landscape Writer, guest blogger Jason Griendt of Render 3D Quickly shares his thoughts on selling new construction home upgrades. A home is an essential aspect of the human life. It offers us comfort as well as a sense of safety. When buying or constructing a home,, Read More

How Professional Photography Can Help Your Company Land New Clients

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

It’s Time to Let Your Audience Know About Fall Lawn & Landscaping

by the Landscape Writer ~ Copywriting for the Green Industry for 5 Years ~ The days are getting shorter, and the air is crisp. That means it’s time to tell the folks who read your blogs, watch your videos and follow you on Facebook to make their appointments for fall lawn and landscaping jobs., Read More

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