Welcome to the Green Touch Hub community network, the first multimedia platform created for the hands-on individuals, craftsmen and industry innovators who grow, beautify and maintain the greenscape of our amazing planet!

News

BLOG CATEGORY: Greenscape

img
By: Admin    July 07 2017 , 10:12 am
Avg. Rating:
By now, most everyone is familiar with the concept of crowdfunding, and many have probably backed innovative or quirky products that caught their eye after a viral marketing video popped up on their newsfeed. There is no doubt that crowdfunding is an exciting new way of turning ideas into reality. But for green industries such as horticulture, agriculture, and environmental sustainability, crowdfunding may very well be altering them entirely by giving them a more prominent place in online culture.The crowdfunding market is predicted to hit $90 billion in volume by 2020, according to Industry Leaders Magazine. Thousands of products and ideas that might otherwise have never seen success are being brought to fruition by crowdfunding campaigns. But crowdfunding is not a financial slam dunk. A successful crowdfunding campaign involves hours of work, an excellent marketing team, target audiences, and excit...
READ MORE
img
By: Admin    December 12 2016 , 06:58 pm
Avg. Rating:
“All Creatures Great and Small”One of the many perks of landscaping is seeing your efforts pay off with beautiful visitors coming and enjoying your hard work! Butterflies, bumble bees, and hummingbirds are all coveted visitors that many people love hosting in their yards. While your gardening efforts might summon some of nature’s beloved inhabitants, the unfortunate catch 22 of your beautiful greenery is that you can also attract some more pesky critters as well. Luckily, there are natural ways to both attract and repel creatures that are as simple as just planting a particular shrub! Bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds are all natural pollinators. All three are attracted to the flower appropriately known as “bee balm”. Bee balm is a flowering plant that has red, white, and pink buds and can grow as tall as 4 feet.  Plant bee balm in the spring or fall in a sunny yet ...
READ MORE
img
By: Admin    November 22 2016 , 06:37 pm
Avg. Rating:
We live in a day and age of social media. There is hardly anything that is not on the web. Luckily, for small businesses, this is a lifesaver because it is one of your main means of survival and the best way to promote your business. When it comes to promoting your business using social media, however, there is a certain etiquette, a list of do’s and don’ts, to will help you be more successful.Let us begin with the do’s, for there is a lot to do. For a greenscape business, you have got to inspire: why should we be greenscaping at all? What does greenscaping entail? Make your pages a case of show and tell, make it exciting! Ask questions and give answers.  Target an audience. With hat types of people and companies are you trying to connect? What is your theme? Always be watchful that your posts are relevant.Provide practical advice and valuable ideas. You are using social media as a treasure ...
READ MORE