How The Use of The Internet Can Strengthen and Grow Your Landscaping Business

Now, more than ever, landscapers are very much in demand.

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However, unfortunately for those not yet acquainted with the use of the internet to promote themselves and their business, there is likely to be a steady flow of potential jobs and profitable projects that such businesses are simply not aware of and lose out to their more internet-savvy competitors.

Continue reading below to discover how the use of the internet can strengthen and grow your landscaping business.

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1E-Mail Marketing

E-mail marketing and advertising is one of the most effective ways to directly communicate with new and potential customers alike and will keep such people regularly and consistently updated on your business and the services it provides. E-mail marketing allows your landscaping business to tailor your advertisement strategies to individual customers based on their individual needs and preferences.

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2Social Media Platforms

There are a huge plethora of ways in which an active and regular presence across all the available social media platforms can significantly grow your landscaping business. The beauty of social media for any business is that it is basically free, and even when a business opts to boost its posts and presence on a particular platform, this is also a relatively cheap endeavor.

For landscapers and gardeners, however, social media is even more powerful. Platforms such as Facebook actively encourage people in local areas to join together and connect, and if you are savvy and spend time researching and working our what route is best for you, all it would take is for your business to join such a group, in a professional capacity, and advertise that you are local to their area.

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3Online Reviews

As with any trade-based, local business, word of mouth is by far the most successful and common way of expanding a customer base and, if you have an official and regularly updated website, you can post any comments from social media or even in person onto your website to help promote your business using word of mouth.

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Accompany such reviews with photographs of various landscaping projects you have undertaken and completed recently and ask the customer upon completion if they could send you a short review to use on your website.

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4Cheaper Supplies

The advantage of online shopping, whatever the product categories, truly knows no bounds, and the savings you will benefit from by purchasing your equipment and replacement fastenings and fixtures from an experienced and knowledgeable supplier such as Tradefix can be immediately redirected back into your business.

5Blogging

Engaging in regular blogging about your recently completed landscaping projects will create hype and interest around your company, especially if you take the time to cleverly market your blog to local societies and groups on the internet. Accompany your day-by-day blogging about a project with stage-by-stage photographs to really hold the reader’s interest, and be sure to use consistent branding and logo imagery across your blogs and your official website.

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