Starting A Lawn Mowing Business From Scratch

Starting A Lawn Mowing Business

Starting A Lawn Mowing Business From Scratch – This “Hands On” report includes:

  • Hitting your Ideal Customer right between the eyes with a good business name
  • Achieving Your Goals without a Business Plan
  • Filling your sales funnel with ideal customers with 14 different marketing tactics without spending a
  • Turning your prospects into Customers with Professional Telephone Answering Techniques and Manners
  • Saving Time by organising Your quotes efficiently
  • Getting rid of Stress by Running your office smoothly (including good habits of sorting the office mail, paying bills and debt collection)
  • Winning new customers with professional quotes on site, and presenting yourself to prospects in a professional manner
  • Stress-free Quoting, Pricing and Estimating Jobs for Lawn Mowing, Gardening, Irrigation, Mulching, Tree Work etc
  • Saving time and money with clever programming of jobs as they come in
  • Double your business growth with some more clever strategies
  • Going for growth and working out what is the best structure for your business
  • Smarter business management and How To run your business in Summer and Winter
  • Turning price shoppers, tyre kickers and bargain hunting Indians into paying customers
  • Turning unhappy customers into Raving Fans with simple conflict management techniques
  • Saving money on your new equipment and materials
  • Keeping customers long term with simple Customer Love techniques
  • Looking Good, and How To present a good image of you and your business
  • How To Mow A Lawn
  • And a whole lot more…

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Other resources include LawnGreen and YourLawnAndGarden websites.

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