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lawnjox
02-26-2009, 09:48 PM
Hey everyone kinda new here, would you all check out my new website www.lawnjox.com we have been working on it this winter along with some other things! Tell me what we need to fix! oh, great site you have here!
thx jox

Grits
02-26-2009, 09:53 PM
Hey everyone kinda new here, would you all check out my new website www.lawnjox.com we have been working on it this winter along with some other things! Tell me what we need to fix! oh, great site you have here!
thx jox

I like it. Sounds very similar to the Just Mow It style of biz. Hard to go wrong there.

lawnjox
03-01-2009, 08:58 PM
I like it. Sounds very similar to the Just Mow It style of biz. Hard to go wrong there.


would you change anything?

Surferbum21
03-01-2009, 09:12 PM
yea...I would change "why chose us" to "why choose us" as well as increase your prices. way too low.

LushGreenLawn
03-01-2009, 10:08 PM
yea...I would change "why chose us" to "why choose us" as well as increase your prices. way too low.

I'm usually the one riding the lowballers, but all in all, his prices are not way out of the ball park. His 24K price is around mine, but all his prices under $35 are under my minimum.

A solo guy should be able to mow a 6K lawn in 20 minutes or less, and have it look good. The only thing is, at those prices, if your stops are spread out at all, you are going to be in trouble. You need to have multiple lawns at ALL stops to make that kind of pricing work.

lawnjox
03-03-2009, 08:40 AM
yea...I would change "why chose us" to "why choose us" as well as increase your prices. way too low.

thanks, I got the type-o taken care of! These prices are in line with our area. This will be my 4 year in business and have done ok so far. I have seen prices in the 15 buck range (not my prices) on flyer's on doors, I can not run my business on that and doubt they can either.

Surferbum21
03-04-2009, 06:43 PM
thanks, I got the type-o taken care of! These prices are in line with our area. This will be my 4 year in business and have done ok so far. I have seen prices in the 15 buck range (not my prices) on flyer's on doors, I can not run my business on that and doubt they can either.

wow that sucks. i charge $30 minimum but usually don't do anything less than $35 and have more on my plate than i can handle at any give time. but there are people around here I've seen charging $20 & $25.

Bustus
03-04-2009, 06:57 PM
Site looks good. I was also wondering about the pricing but I guess it fits.

I am intrigued by the order process. I haven't really seen it done like this. So someone wants your service, says there lot is 10000sq ft, and you show up on the day they want? Sounds interesting.

You need to fix the meta tag or w/e its called that says what page your on. Otherwise I like the site. Good luck.

GrassQuester
04-08-2009, 06:35 PM
I think you should put a person on a bench press lifting a topiary made to look like a barbell.Just my 2 cents.

MnDLawn
01-17-2010, 07:42 PM
How is the sign-up section of the site going? Do you have people that actually do it??

tinman
01-18-2010, 06:45 PM
Site looks good. Clean simple... Photo header looks like a retirement home ad, but maybe that is a good message for older clients... That they can retire from mowing.