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RAlawncare
04-05-2012, 08:56 PM
So i finnaly got around to makeing my website althought it is not up nor complete( i still need to spell check and that) but here are screenshots. Any Tips? and yes i Know there are spelling errors. Also i dont belive i told everybody bt i left my partner and started my new company!

JeffK26
04-05-2012, 09:12 PM
Looks pretty good, you know about the errors so no need to say anything about those...

Good luck on going on your own...

I'm down in Arnold, Imperial and Fenton.

What are your areas? only Affton? If I get any calls from your area I'll pass them on if you care to trade if you get any calls from my area....

Steve
04-06-2012, 02:16 AM
The site looks good!

What did you put in your title?

willshome
04-06-2012, 07:11 AM
looks good, if your trying to get google to "like" you the more text on subject the better here is how I did it lawn services. I just made my site 2 months ago and still working on it

Apex Lawn & Landscape
04-07-2012, 09:12 PM
looks good, if your trying to get google to "like" you the more text on subject the better here is how I did it lawn services. I just made my site 2 months ago and still working on it

Customer testimonials are awesome to have! After every completed job I write on the invoice to please visit my website and sign my guestbook, regardless of their experience with me. I also filled out an info sheet for google for my site to come up when locals would look for lawn care etc. You can check out my site and are more than welcome to pull anything from it. I have a cool little section that talks about native plants of our area. Apexlawnsolutions.com . Best of luck!!

abbot
04-23-2012, 12:39 AM
Customer testimonials are awesome to have! After every completed job I write on the invoice to please visit my website and sign my guestbook, regardless of their experience with me. I also filled out an info sheet for google for my site to come up when locals would look for lawn care etc. You can check out my site and are more than welcome to pull anything from it. I have a cool little section that talks about native plants of our area. Apexlawnsolutions.com . Best of luck!!

Following up on this...

If your business can afford it...

Try a campaign like "like us on facebook, receive a free cut". You'd be surprised how many people take you up on your offer.

I have a script that you guys can use if you are interested. Just PM me.

Mitch...why would I want to run a campaign like this? How will it benefit me?

Good question,

As you know Facebook is becoming more of a social networking 'engine'. I can't even BEGIN to explain the power of Facebook. If I could take just 10% of what I have generated my clients by using facebook, I would have nice stack sitting in the bank.

Please explain how facebook is 'powerful'...

Sure,

When someone 'likes' something it is automatically posted on their activity feed for ALL of their friends to see.

Now...by using my script, you create an App in facebook (not hard) and insert this script in the app.

When someone 'likes' your app to receive their free cut. It POSTS an UPDATE on their wall which displays in all of their friends news feeds.

We work with many software companies that use this technique every day. Guess how many 'likes' their app has? Lets just say the smallest app has 10k fans.

Now think of spitting out an update, special, bonus to 10k SUPER targetted fans... you should begin to see the power of facebook.

I preach this from experience. We have literally generated millions of dollars for my clients from facebook alone.

JesseN
05-05-2012, 10:32 AM
Need more content, also use keywords "lawn care" and add your city and state by it often.