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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:
Happy Holidays! It’s the busiest time of the year, and I want to let you know about my holiday hours and two specials that Jobber is running over the holidays.
I have a knack for embarrassing myself. It’s more like Murphy’s Lawn, whoops, I mean Murphy’s Law–if something can go wrong, it will.
Lawn care and landscaping businesses have some unique needs other businesses may not. The ability to pull up a contract while in the middle of a large outdoor project, for example, could be very useful for your business. Luckily with technology and smartphone apps, there are plenty of new options out there when it comes to managing your business.
Before picking landscaping equipment, there are some factors you need to consider while you avoid others. In return, you will end up with the best equipment for your jobs.
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.
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.
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.
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