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As part of the ECHO UAG community we decided to ask some of our experts about what is their best tactic to drive your landscaping business. What are some things to remember, some financial advice and of course how to get customers. Here is what three of our expert members had to say.

Law of Reciprocity

Keith Kalfas - Landscaping Employee Trap

Using the law of reciprocity to face-to-face as your customers with the pre-packaged scripted link and instructions to tell them to leave a positive review in Google Maps, which is the highest ... You get the most feedback in that with their algorithm to generate the most social proof for other people to see, to call, and then ask customers, "How did you hear about our services?" Most of them say specifically, "I saw you on Google and you had the most positive reviews, the most social proof. Therefore, we just want to hire you because we can see that the proof is right there."

Touch Base Personally For Free

Delbert Powell - Del’s Lawn Care

All my customers have come from other customers. I do things that are odd. I do everyone's lawn. I don't charge them. If I noticed weeds in your flowerbeds, around your trees that have mulch, I don't try to upsell. I take care of the weeds right away. I generally spend one to two days every month going to every customer's house just picking weeds. If I noticed they're getting out of hand, I'll have a different day, but generally, I just go around picking weeds. I don't upsell. I see guys doing bed re-defying. I just not get out once or twice a month. Every customer, I touch base personally for free.

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See other posts of the series: Part 1; Part 2; Part 3; Part 4; Part 5