Marketing solutions For The Tree service industry

REAL Solutions, Not Just Tools & Tactics

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More Leads, More Customers, More Revenue

Get the Results You Want Without All The Hassles

Not getting much traffic to your website? Not sure how to generate more business from the people who do find you online?

Tired of dealing with social media, pay-per-click advertising, email newsletters, online reviews, and an endless list of tactics that don't seem to generate any REAL results for your tree care business?

It's time for an overhaul!

Our online marketing services put you on the fast track to bringing in more business month after month.

We offer a premium, done-for-you service that the best companies are using - and we only work with one company per service area. Will it be you - or your competitor?

If you want to dominate your local market, are serious about growing your tree care business, and still want to enjoy time with your family and friends, you can't afford NOT to do this.

What We Do

Website Design

Customized to appeal to tree care customers

Search Engine Optimization

Get your website found

Google Ads Campaigns

Stop wasting money and get REAL results

Email Marketing

Keep your customers coming back for more

Local SEO

Stand out when people search for tree service "near me"

Review Management

More reviews, better ratings, higher ranking

Who We Are - Our Founders

Monica Hemingway

MONICA HEMINGWAY

DESIGNER & DIGITAL STRATEGIST

Monica's worked in the online marketing world since 1999. As a Licensed Arborist and former owner of a landscape company, she knows the industry inside-out. She specializes in building a strong online presence that brings in a steady stream of business.

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JACK HEMINGWAY

BUSINESS STRATEGIST

Jack's a Licensed Arborist who's spent 20 years in the tree care industry and owned his own successful tree service, In the Trees, for 10 years. He specializes in helping tree care companies work through the online marketing process.

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Latest from The Blog

Thought-provoking ideas. Jargon-free explanations. Actionable tips to help you grow your tree care business.

10 Common Mailchimp Mistakes – And What To Do Instead

Are you making any of these common Mailchimp (email marketing) mistakes? And what SHOULD you be doing instead? If you hate email marketing, don’t do it consistently, or can’t get it to “work”, then this article and video will show you how to overcome the mistakes and make it easier and more effective.

6 Things You Must Have On Your Tree Services Homepage

As a local service company, your goal is to bring in business from tree care customers within your local service area. Here are 6 simple (but often overlooked) things you must do on your homepage to bring in more local leads and convert them into customers (plus 4 bonus tips).

How Local SEO Really Works in the Tree Care Industry

Frustrated that your tree service business isn’t showing up in the local search results for the neighboring town? It’s because of the way local SEO and the Google search algorithm work. Here are the details and what you can do about it.

Three Massive Mistakes Tree Service Companies Make That Cost Them Customers And Lost Revenue

When business owners ask me why they’re not bringing in more customers, I usually find that they’re making one or more of the three biggest mistakes you can make in your marketing. The sad thing is that these mistakes are easily avoidable.

Why Your Tree Services Website Is Hurting Your Business

Most tree care company websites are a business liability. I know that’s a pretty strong statement. But the fact is that most websites in our industry are more likely to turn potential customers off than to turn them into customers.

Quick Reads

What's new in digital marketing & what to do about it

Google Local Services: Should (and Can) You Use It For Your Tree or Lawn Service Business?

Google has expanded Local Services ads to tree & lawn care companies in several states. Should you use it? Here’s what it is & why it could be good for you.

The Quickest Way to Speed Up Your Website

QUICK SUMMARY Google just rolled out their Speed Update, which considers how quickly your website loads on mobile devices to determine the site’s ranking in the search engine results pages (SERPs). Although Google claims that “very few” websites will be negatively affected, it’s pretty clear that the affected sites will mostly be small business sites…

Can’t Use Apps to Post Content to Your Facebook Profile? Here’s Why

  QUICK SUMMARY As part of its push to create “meaningful interactions” on its platform, Facebook announced on April 25 that new apps will no longer be able to publish posts to Facebook as the logged in user. In other words, you can’t use an app to schedule out content and have it automatically post.…

Ways to Outrank the “Big Guns” in the Local Search Results

QUICK SUMMARY You’re trying everything you can think of to get your website ranked on the first page of the Google search engine results pages (SERPs). So it’s frustrating to see SERPs filled with nothing but review sites and other aggregators, like Angie’s List, HomeAdvisor, Yelp, Thumbtack and more. These sites rank at the top…

Are You Taking Advantage of the Facebook Cover Image?

  SUMMARY The obvious thing most business owners miss on their Facebook business page (you do have one, right??) is the huge amount of prime real estate right at the top of the page – the cover image. If you’re not making it work for you, then you’re missing out. The right size for the…

Why You Cannot Ask Customers For a Yelp Review

  SUMMARY Did you know that Yelp’s terms of service expressly prohibit you from soliciting reviews? And that Yelp penalizes companies that do this, causing them to virtually disappear from the Yelp results? Actually, most review sites have policies that prevent you from directly asking customers for positive reviews (i.e., only asking individuals who’ve had…