"Wendy, you did an amazing job with the content for my new site. You were in contact with the web developer Frank. Thanks so much!"
Welcome to another week of The Landscape Writer! And Happy Spring. It’s March 20th, 2023–how are things growing in your region?
Top posts from last week at The Landscape Writer:
A smart way to generate new leads for your landscaping business and to help local real estate agents out too is to partner up.
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.
News You Can Use is a new blogging topic at the Landscape Writer. Read articles from different authors to help build your content marketing machine.
It’s that time of year again to wish you and yours a very Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah and Happy New Year!
If you’re looking for some ideas or you just need a reminder to stay in front of your landscaping and lawn care clients this summer, then this web exclusive in Turf Magazine is what you need.
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.
Now for blog tip #2. April is around the corner, and that means it’s time to blog about pre-emergent and broadleaf weeds. Remember to consider your ideal customer–how much does the homeowner really need to know about technical weed control details? Here are some tips to help you with this type of blog: Remind, Read More
Wendy Komancheck on Choosing Her Freelance Writing Specialty