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Now its been some time since my presence on LJN, Ive put into practice the snippet of Internet marketing knowledge taught to me by Phil Voice.

 

 Those members that know of me, I like some, suffered a huge lull in my professional practice here in Devon, to such an extent that I even checked that the phone wires weren't cut!!

 

Forced to work as a sub contractor, 7 weeks prior and 2 weeks after Xmas were very dark times personally, its never easy to admit to taking a couple of steps backwards, however I'm a man and I have a family so I did what was necessary to maintain my family and mind.

 

So armed with the tools supplied by Phil and the 5.00pm finishes I had lots of time to reflect on my position in the garden design and landscaping sector.

 

I've learnt many things whilst on my involuntary time out, I;ll never become complacent and i'll always seek perfection when on or off the field, the service that is provide is exquisite and nothing else will be acceptable, as I personally believe we Brits as a nation fail to provide a service in general and I need to shine brighter than all the other stars around me.

 

Some local members from Devon and Cornwall will have noticed my business all over Google, I vow to you members that i will not refer any garden design but will all the maintenance and tree works, I'm sure we will all be passing work around that's what LJN is for isnt it?

 

To the hundreds of new members that have joined,

 

A warm welcome, to you all, I am proof that the power of LJN , twitter, blogging is huge.

 

I hope that you too will find landscape juice a useful tool, If I can be of any assistance to you I'll do my utmost to help you.

 

good luck

Kerry

 

 

 

 

 

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  • Have you had many enquiries lately? Its started to pick up with my name change and some new addys going out!
  • PRO Member
    Ditto

    Go get 'em Kerry
  • PRO Member
    You have been missed Y it's good to see you back :)
  • good luck kerry ,may the internet bring you the results your looking for
  • PRO Member
    My biggest problem is I'm trying to run before I can crawl

    I'll just continue to create and produce my clients aspirations and let them market for me.

    Concentrate on the Southwest and build a solid foundation.

    I realise too that I must become vat registered as I'm possibly missing out on the larger projects

    Every time Ive had an enquiry I've always asked "how did you hear of .......", 2010 has 100% of leads via the website, my days of phone books, mags newspapers are over period.

    We all need a little luck from time to time, the rest is shear work
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