November 20, 2020

By Nate

We know it can sometimes feel challenging to get more referrals and repeat clients for your landscaping business. Watch these 3 tips from Mark on how to increase your referrals and repeat clients, and take your landscaping business to new heights!

1. Maintenance Packages

It’s a well-established truth that it’s infinitely easier to get more business out of an existing client — someone who knows and understands the value of your work — than to drum up new business from a stranger. If someone has used your landscaping services once, chances are they’ll need it again in the future. Get that defined next step in motion by getting them on a regular maintenance package as soon as the job is complete and the client is happy.

Click here to download the 3 actionable tips to grow your business!

2. Email, Email, Email

Be sure to always get your clients’ email addresses. This enables you to continue your relationship with them via a regular newsletter or an automated email sequence. By continuing to offer value with relevant news, articles and landscaping tips, you’ll come to mind whenever they — or friends, family, or acquaintances — need landscaping help.

3. Social Media

You can engage your existing clients and reach new audiences through your social media platforms. You can publish new projects you’re working on, team member highlights, client testimonials, and helpful how-to videos. By leveraging hashtags, partnerships, and the odd boosted post, you’ll attract new audiences looking for your content.

We hope these tips will help you get more referrals and leads for your business. At Intrigue, we help landscaping businesses get noticed and found. Get in touch with us if you’d like to learn more.

Nate works to drive Intrigue's growth goals through data-driven inbound and outbound marketing campaigns. He is passionate about helping entrepreneurs free up their time so that they can focus on what they do best: run amazing companies. You can usually catch him riding his mountain bike or devouring a slice of pizza.

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