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Bark.com, the lead generation company that already helps find and secure work for over 100,000 professionals nationwide are offering an exclusive discount to the members of Landscape Juice.

Landscape Juice readers can now get 40 Bark credits, worth £44 for just £20+VAT - a saving of over 50%. Credits are used to get in contact with Bark clients and the number needed varies between 3 and 8, depending on the potential value of the job.

This will allow you to contact up to 13 customers on Bark and start securing new business straight away!

To claim, register for a free account and enter the coupon code: LANDSCAPEJ50 in the ‘credits’ section.

This offer is only available until 21/07/2017 to new professionals at Bark.com.

Bark specialise in helping people to find skilled local professionals that can help with their enquiry.

1000s of people look for gardeners and landscapers on Bark every week and this exclusive special offer will mean that you can contact them for a fraction of the price.

Professionals like you can register and receive detailed customer requirements totally free. Once you receive an enquiry you’re interested in, you can then use your credits to respond. Once you’ve sent them an initial message, you’ll instantly receive the client’s phone number and can message them as often as you like.

But remember, this offer will only be available until 21/07/2017 – so if you’d like to claim your 50% discount, you should register right away using the link below.

Click here to register and claim your discount!

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