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Latest Blog Posts for Lawn Care Business Marketing Tips - GopherHaul Blog

  • Before you say yes to that lawn care job, think for a moment.
    on Jan 1, 1970
    There is never a time in your life when you are more hungry for work and are so willing to say yes to a property care job than when you first get your lawn care business started. You have so much energy then. So much enthusiasm and are so eager ...
  • Lawn care customer upset with final price.
    on Jan 1, 1970
    Lawn care customers have expectations. When those expectation meet reality and the reality of the situation is not what they had expected, the situation tends to turn into a conflict. We see this happen in a discussion on the Gopher Lawn Care Busines...
  • A small lawn clean up turned into a big profit job.
    on Jan 1, 1970
    Small lawn care clean up jobs can grow and grow and grow at times. As we will see from this discussion in the Gopher Lawn Care Business Forum, keeping your eye open for opportunities can really help your bottom line. Just make sure as these projects...
  • How to prevent buyer’s remorse with your lawn care customers.
    on Jan 1, 1970
    Do you find it difficult to complete sales in your lawn care business? Is it difficult for you at times to know how to approach lawn care customers, how to present your products and services and how to seal the deal without the customer having buyer'...
  • Some good lawn care marketing ideas most do not think of.
    on Jan 1, 1970
    I would venture to guess on average more lawn care business owners than not, would rather focus on their work in lawn care than focus on marketing and making new sales. So with that in mind, you may wonder what are some options a lawn care business o...
  • 5 simple tips to improve your lawn care business this year.
    on Jan 1, 1970
    For every ten lawn care businesses that fail, a few will succeed. Those few successful lawn care business will have persevered and pushed through rough spots other lawn care businesses might not have had the strength, know how, or funding to get past...
  • How important is your lawn care business domain name?
    on Jan 1, 1970
    As a lawn care business owner, there are many hats you need to wear. One that seems to cause a lot of difficulty is marketing or more specifically website search engine optimization. With that in mind, how important is the website domain name you cho...
  • What should you do with grass clippings?
    on Jan 1, 1970
    If you are new to the lawn care industry, you may find yourself in a situation where you are unsure of what to do with all those grass clippings you create from mowing your customer's lawns. Should you bag them? Should you rake them up? Should you pi...
  • How to close on your lawn care sales presentation.
    on Jan 1, 1970
    "When you are called to visit a lawn care client and asked to explain your services, what do you say to convince them into hiring you? How do you suggest closing on a sale?" That is what one lawn care business owner from the Gopher Lawn Care Busine...
  • Top 3 lawn care customer complaints and how to use them.
    on Jan 1, 1970
    There are so many pitfalls when you are starting anything new and starting a lawn care business is no different. Early on, you may find yourself developing a business plan and strategy that you think makes sound sense, but it's not until you run it b...
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