Just recently I took on the project of designing this website for Ryan and Andrea. As we venture out into the World Wide Web looking to expand the company, I can’t help but to draw a comparison to planting a garden. With a garden, you plant your seeds and nurture them until they bloom or bear fruit. In many ways, designing and optimizing a website works the same way.
In the online garden this lawn care website is one of thousands of seeds that have been planted. At this stage, our seed has just started to form roots and claim its spot in the garden. It’s not yet easily visible to the world, but we know it is there and plan on providing plenty of nutrients and water in hopes that it grows into a fruit bearing plant that can sustain the company for years to come.
Those nutrients come in the form of fresh new content, online social interaction and link building. Content will be fed to our seed in the form of this new blog. Ryan’s father Jim, Andrea and I will be sharing the duties of writing an occasional blog post to share with you. Our hopes are that you enjoy the content and decide to share it in your social circles. By doing so, you are providing the seed with even more life bearing nutrients it needs to flourish in the online garden.
I hope you enjoyed my first blog post. If you did, please use the social sharing icons below to get the word out about the new website. If you want to contribute to this blog as a guest with content pertaining to lawn care in any way, feel free to contact us.
This article was written by Derrick Wallner in collaboration with +Yale Creek Seasonal Care