Between the long hours, demanding clients, and meticulous attention to detail, the landscaping business is tough. But before any of the work can even begin, landscaping companies are faced with an even bigger task: getting their prospect on board and securing the landscaping contract. If they want to gain an edge over the many other companies competing for their share of business, they need to find a way to set themselves apart. Here’s how.
Content marketer and copywriter at Proposify, Dan traded the east coast of Australia with the east coast of Canada. He's always striking a balance between surfing when it’s far too cold and waiting for his fingers to thaw so he can resume writing. Dan puts donair sauce on things that do not call for it.
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