Most tree care company websites are a business liability. I know that’s a pretty strong statement. But the fact is that most websites in our industry are more likely to turn potential customers off than to turn them into customers.Read More
Our websites, social media accounts, email addresses, Angie’s List profiles, etc. are important assets for the business (just like our people) and are vulnerable to “injury” if we don’t make online safety a priority. So how do you identify risks and take reasonable precautions?Read More
You may have visitors to your website but you’re probably flushing the biggest opportunity down the toilet. It’s an easy fix that most people don’t do. So here’s a chance to set yourself apart from the competition.Read More
You may have heard that “SEO is dead.”
Don’t believe it.
Although the latest search algorithms have reduced the impact of “old fashioned” search engine optimization (SEO) techniques, like using keywords and link exchanges, good SEO still makes a huge difference. We cut through the crap and give you the straight story.Read More
Using your website to bring in more customers for your tree care or landscape business can save you time and money – if it’s done right.
Just because you have a website doesn’t mean that customers – and more importantly, quality customers – will find you, like what they see, and contact you for a quote or to buy your services.
Here are six things you can do to set yourself apart from the competition, convince prospects that you’re the right option for them, and attract quality customers to grow your business.Read More