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Garden Sample Post: Native Plants In 3 Climates Prove Both Low-Water & Beautiful Landscape Designs

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This 900+ word sample post from BlogMutt's network of writers for home & garden explores which native plants can thrive in certain climates and use little water.
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BlogMutt
October 19, 2017

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BlogMutt Customer Spotlight: Boulder Bibs

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The latest BlogMutt customer spotlight is on Boulder Bibs and how they were able to see rapid growth and lead generation success after just two months of blogging.
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Paul Zalewski
March 16, 2017

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Storytelling Through Crowds

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Over my career I’ve had the opportunity to see firsthand the power of crowdsourcing across different types of work, and writing is one of its most powerful applications.
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Steve Pockross
February 28, 2017

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Editorial Calendar Template For 2017

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Our 2017 version of the editorial calendar template is fresh, piping hot, and ready for use to bring your blogging and content strategy into the new year.
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Kali Greff
December 20, 2016

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Storytelling Through Crowds

BY Steve Pockross February 28, 2017

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Editorial Calendar Template For 2017

BY Kali Greff December 20, 2016

Garden Sample Post: Native Plants In 3 Climates Prove Both Low-Water & Beautiful Landscape Designs

This 913-word post was developed by BlogMutt's extensive network of 3,000+ freelance writers based around the prompt that we wanted a bottom-of-funnel post for landscaping/outdoor design companies, and potentially sellers of B2C landscape products or plants, in order to educate homeowners which plants require less water and in what conditions they can thrive.


 

Our landscaping is a big part of our home, an important part, and often is the first impression we give others. Our personality often defines our landscape. As such, you want to keep your yard and flower beds in top shape.

Once planted, you may wonder about the most efficient way to maintain your perfect landscape. How do we keep it all looking perfect without spending all our free time caring for and watering our new plants? Watering is sometimes needed in all landscapes, of course, but we can avoid those plants that require daily moisture.

The use of native plants moves us beyond the daily watering some have come to expect.

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BY BlogMutt
October 19, 2017

Garden Sample Post: Low-Water, Cost-Effective Landscapes For 3 Climates

This post was developed by BlogMutt's extensive network of freelance writers based around the prompt that we wanted a post for landscaping/outdoor design companies, and potentially sellers B2C landscape products to educate and help homeowners in dry climates without a high budget figure out how to landscape their yard for little water needed.


 

Drought is a regular occurrence, and will probably remain a challenge for centuries to come. Even if your area isn't in the middle of a drought, watering your landscape costs money and drains the water table. Any business or homeowner would be wise to find ways to limit the amount of water that they use, and the easiest way to do that is to plan the landscape with water conservation in mind. How do you do that? The best way is to plan according to the climate you live in. Fortunately, there are many quite beautiful ways to do that.

Here are a few suggestions for 3 climates.

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BY BlogMutt
August 25, 2017

Sample Post: 5 Steps To A Truly Professional Workspace (With Furniture To Match)

By Mary Braden

Blog posts covering and educating on your products and how best to use them are key to tapping into your potential audience at the points in time when they feel the most pain. What follows is a sample post by one of our 10,000 capable writers on office furniture and how to make your workspace professional and truly useful.

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BY BlogMutt
March 17, 2017

Blogging For Contractors Sample Post: Be Creative!

The best way to attract a new customer is to give them useful and timely information that caters to his specific interests and needs. Blogging for contractors is a great way to improve your company's online presence while reaching your target market.

Below is one example of a creative and helpful blog entry, that gives the reader DIY information. Informative and useful posts are sure to catch a customer's eye.

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BY BlogMutt
October 6, 2014