Patrick Hoffman, marketing guru and writer on this blog, is back in the studio. He wants to give you some Marketing 101. We're diving into Facebook Ads and 9 (or 12 or 5) Arounds on this episode.
You don't need an MBA or a consultant. You need good copy (check out the recent episode with Jonathan Pototschnik for tips) and some good ways to get that copy in front of eyeballs.
Patrick unpacks the idea of 9-Arounds on this episode. They're super simple. Even Bear and Cody could do it. Use 'em to build route density for minimal investment. Low-risk, high reward: that's the taste of having your cake and eating it too. You're welcome.
We also get into the exciting world of digital ads on Facebook. These are the first place to advertise your business online. Facebook holds your hand while you get your feet wet and you can graduate to Google Adwords later.
Don't be afraid of branching out beyond word-of-mouth and flyers-on-bulletin-boards. You built a business, you can sell its services with the best of them.
As I mentioned earlier, Patrick writes on our blog. He's got a really solid next set of steps, once you've mastered 9-Arounds and Facebook ads (gosh, you might need more employees if you've mastered those client-sources).
Check out his marketing tips for lawn care/landscapers: The Best 9.5 Ways to Market Your Lawn Care or Landscaping Business
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