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Discussion in 'Starting a Lawn Care Business' started by enviouslawns, Feb 27, 2008.
Heres my door hang what do you think??
And heres the other side
looks nice. I think its one that would at least be read.
I hope so the only thing thats gonna change is the $55.00 dollars per yard for the mulch.
I like it its nice and gets the point across, very easy to read
not bad at all. good luck this season.
I think it looks good
I think you are proud of your business. People look at the top of hanger first. Put your offers at the top, your name at the bottom. Mention your name at least three times on each side. Put your name and phone at the bottom in bigger, bold letters.
I used to work at an advertising agency many years ago. Actually interned there for a year, then got hired on. Long story.
People are conditioned to look at the top of an ad. That's where you place your best attention grabbing, sale offer. That gets their attention. Then you briefly expand on the offer. Then you display other services you provide.
Finally, you ask them to call you. And then you show your logo,etc. with phone number.
Yours looks good, track your calls, then try one like I have described. Post and let us know.
Ncls is 100% correct thats is the way my door hangers are and the response is great my offer is the biggest thing on my doorhanger it says mowing starting at $20 per service with %50 of the first service with year contract I have never done a $20 dollar service but it gets the phone ringing and you meeting with them no one has even asked what about the $20 service. The car dealers and furniture stores do it all the time "Presidents Day Sale" for example