>>1037323 I will give you this for free because I'm stupid >Local marketing >tie your website to real adress >google ranking local is orders of magnitude easier >local canvas and network with phone# funnel, QR code, etc to site. You should be able to do all this in a weekend for less than $200 if you don't buy some jew's "system." It's just local offline marketing bby.
>Get your social media bases covered, admittedly they aren't going to be great for lawn care, but better safe than sorry. Which social media platform would be best for this or should i just use them all? I have a feeling that people wont be calling me up from snapchat
>>1037373 Agree with this local marketing. Paper ads still work remarkably well. And Op needs a phone and someone on that line who can handle sales. Otherwise a lot of business slips through your hands and time wasted. >>1037359 To be clear, you want to keep your local site simple. If your business is By the Emperor Garden Inquisitor, you don't make that your url. You make it Buttfuck, Utah LawnService. You put your google map and your local phone number on there. Light sales schtick. Add 500 original 500 word blog post about grass every couple weeks to keep high ranking. Don't spend on keyword traffic until you know what you're doing or hire an expert. Social media isn't super important besides FB and maybe twitte presence. It should be something which easily connects to your business and people can link to. Word of mouth type stuff. Linking these to your main site also helps ranking. Updates are important going forward.
>>1037414 Actually there's quite a few local listings in my area already, so im going to make it a habit to update frequently. The only problem is how am i supposed to write 500 words on grass week after week? It would get repetitive pretty quick right?
>>1037404 I get facebook can be useful because alot of older people are on it now, but twitter? For a lawn mowing company what hashtags would I use? #grass #mowing #city etc.?
Thank you guys for responding, I've gathered alot of information.
>>1037450 Yeah. it gets old fast. One of the reasons I don't do that kind of marketing anymore. I suggest finding someone on Fiverr or something who can be trusted to deliver truly original content for a decent price. (I stress originality because Google will smack you down.) I'd say wait to take that cost for a month or two. But not too long. Your time is worth a lot and you need to be focused on a few key areas only to be efficient. Same with the phone sales. There you may be able to offer commissions on the back instead of upfront costs to you. Most of your clients will not just hand over money as you probably know. They need leading to the conversion point. This delegation will allow for focus on expansion so don't be discouraged by the work or costs. It's about growing smart.
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