If Your Landscaping Business Is Growing, Then You Need Jobber

Full disclosure: I am an affiliate for Jobber and will receive compensation when you sign up for Jobber through my referral link. There’s no cost or obligation for you when you sign up for Jobber through The Landscape Writer. You can read more about this on the disclaimer link on my website.

Right now, you’re busy running from job to job. A few years ago, you added a few crews to your landscaping business because you were getting more work. However, growth means more paperwork too.

You love what you’re doing except for the paperwork, which takes all day on Sunday. Or maybe you burn the midnight oil after working out in the field for 12 to 14 hours a day.

Is Too Much Paperwork Eating Up Your Downtime?

Do you dread the weekends or evenings?

If you have to spend your downtime trying to read barely legible timecards, follow up on late invoices or use numerous spreadsheets to keep track of your business, you may dread your weekends.

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Suppose you need to call back Mrs. Smith, who needs a landscaper to freshen up her flower beds and lay down sod. Should you call on a Sunday or wait until Monday morning? But you have to be at the job site by 8 a.m.—is 7 a.m. too early to reach a retired customer?

What if you could invest in software that helps track your crews’ timesheets, allows your customers to schedule their next mow or fertilizer treatment on your website, and where customers can also pay their invoices directly to you?

You can by investing in Jobber.

How Jobber Gives You Your Weekends and Evenings Back

“You can get your downtime back when you choose to invest in Jobber. Jobber is an all-in-one solution that helps field service businesses, including lawn care and landscaping companies, manage their operations efficiently

In other words, Jobber saves you time and money.

What is the Jobber app? It’s a software app that

  • Schedules and dispatches in real time
  • Get paid faster with an automated quote and invoice follow-ups
  • Run daily operations from anywhere with the lawn care app
  • Book more jobs through Jobber.

Jobber keeps track of how field services do in general. Here are some stats to help you to consider adding Jobber to your company’s arsenal:

  • Businesses grow their revenue by an average of 37% in the first year using Jobber
  • When collecting payment online through Jobber, businesses get paid 4x faster

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  • Businesses using Jobber get tipped an average of 5%
  • Create quotes 70% faster when you offer online booking through Jobber
  • Businesses using a two-way text messaging on Jobber have 2x more repeat customers.
If Your Landscaping Business Is Growing, Then You Need Jobber
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Still Not Sure If Jobber Is for You?

However, you may want to hear from other lawn care and landscape company owners about their experiences with Jobber. Here are four case studies involving lawn care and landscaping business owners for you to check out:

  1. Building a Flourishing Pond Business: Lessons from a Lifetime of Entrepreneurship.
  2. How This Landscaper Built a $1 Million Business with Jobber
  3. How Sef The Lawn Surgeon Creates Lifelong Customers with Jobber
  4. How These Entrepreneurs Went from 0 to 60 Lawns a Week with Jobber.

You may be wondering, “Why is the Landscape Writer busy promoting Jobber?”

I use software and app programs to run my writing business, including Acquity, Grammarly, QuickBooks, Zoom, and Sonix (an AI transcribing program). I need these tools to create a better experience for you on my website as well as write better blog posts and website content for my customers.

And yes, I pay for all of these services. They’re my overhead, and they help free up my administrative tasks to spend more time creating content for my customers, like you.

Also, I got involved with Jobber after working with one of my landscaping clients, Tyler Dixon in the above photo. I remember writing Tyler’s web copy and putting in “powered by Jobber” because Tyler uses Jobber and promotes the product on his website.

A few weeks after I finished Tyler’s website copy, Ivy from Jobber contacted me. At first, I thought maybe Tyler referred me, but Ivy said she found me via an Internet search. However, I just wrote web copy from a landscaper who uses it, and I’ve read trade magazine articles that included Jobber stats. So, I knew about Jobber and trusted the brand.

While trying out a new service may be scary, Jobber gives you a 14-day trial to see if the software and app will work for you as a business owner. For added reassurance, here’s what three software review sites say about Jobber:

  1. SoftwareAdvice.com gives Jobber 4.54/5 stars from 595 reviewers.
  2. SoftwarePundit.com gives Jobber an analyst rating of 88. This reviewer said that the two-way text doesn’t work in the app. I asked my contact at Jobber, and she said, “Two-way text messaging is available on the Jobber Grow plan in the United States, Canada, and United Kingdom. Two-way text messaging is not available while in trial.”

While you can’t use the texting feature during the 14-day trial, you can learn more about Jobber’s two-way texting in this article.

3. Fool.com (A Motley Fool service) presents Jobber with an 8.6/10 and the best support tab.

Yes, I get a commission when you sign up for Jobber, but I hope you know that I only promote products that will improve your working life and support your landscaping business. If you want to take a chance with Jobber, sign up for their 14-day trial to see if it works.

And if you’re looking for someone to write website content or catalog copywriting, fill out my free consultation form or email me at wendy@landscapewriter.com.

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