Business Blog Writing Series 2: Getting to Know You---What You Can Expect from The Landscape Writer

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.

Blog Tip #2

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

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Wendy Komancheck on Choosing Her Freelance Writing Specialty

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Do You Make Any of These 7 Mistakes?

You’ve taken the plunge and either designed your own website or hired a company to build a site for your landscaping business. You’ve recognized that having a website is vital to your marketing plan. Great! But there are some common pitfalls landscapers make that can keep your website from bringing you business. Here are, Read More

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Wendy Komancheck on Choosing Her Freelance Writing Specialty

  The Landscape Writer ~ Proudly Serving Business Owners in Lawn Care, Landscape & Outdoor Living Do you make sure that there’s a CTA at the end of all your online marketing communications? Do you know what a CTA is and why it’s so important? The Anatomy of a CTA A CTA stands for, Read More

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