Is It Time To Plant Your Thank You?

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In the world of landscaping, when a plant gets sowed, a sapling replaced, or a shrub introduced to fresh soil, each will genuinely thank you with growth, blooms, and beauty.

When your landscaper transforms your yard into an oasis, grooms your lawn your neighbors envy or decorates your garden with ornaments of wonder, are you like most where a simple thank you doesn’t express your most profound gratitude. That’s where planting a thank you opens the door for you to show your appreciation.

Sowing, thanks has become a powerful and permanent form of thankful expression. Some will buy gifts to thank their landscaper while others tell everyone they know. Many love to send letters, or whip out their phone and video a thank you selfie.

However, the quickest and easiest way to plant your thank you is going to your landscaper’s website and plant a powerful and permanent message for the world to see.

How to plant your thank you in 5 easy steps

If you’ve never planted an online thank you for your landscaper, it’s quite easy. As you scroll through our five steps, don’t just read through them, go ahead and do the actions with us so that you can plant your very first thank you. As you follow the easy steps below, you’ll be on your way to planting a thank you for others in no time. So, let’s get started!

Step 1.

In this first step, we’d like you to search ‘Dickerson Landscaping Tallahassee’ in the Google search bar. Once you hit enter, the next page will be your results page. When you look to the right of the screen, you will see the company name and below that a link that reads ‘Google reviews.’

Step 2.

Click on that Google reviews link. That will take you to the reviews page. At this point, you can scroll through looking at the other reviews. If you’d like to take a moment and read what others have to say about your landscaper, go ahead and do so.

Step 3.

Once you have finished scroll back up to the top of the page and click on ‘write a review.’ That will take you to a sign in page, (you do have to be logged into Google to leave a review). If, however, you are currently signed into Google, you will automatically bypass this step.

Step 4.

The next screen you will see is a pop-up. At the very top, it should display the company name. In this example, it would be ‘Dickerson Landscaping.’ Below that is your avatar or photo along with your name, then five empty stars for rating your landscaper, a share your landscaper experience section, and finally an upload photo section to display the finished landscaping project.

Step 5.

Now you can plant your thank you. Start by rating your landscaper. How many stars should you give them 3, 4, 5…? Once you’ve decided, click on the star that best represents your satisfaction. Next type in your experience, providing all the details, and what the final project looked like, and don’t forget to upload your photos. When you have finished hit the, submit button, and you’re done.

Congratulations! You just planted your first thank you.

If you found “Is It Time To Plant Your Thank You?” helpful, then check out our other article, “7 Reasons to grow an organic vegetable garden in Tallahassee.