Today, I received the first comment on my blog coming from a business company in the USA:
GREAT BIG PLANTS
Address: 4405 South Litchfield Road
Avondale, AZ 85323 – USA
Here is what Hans STROCK wrote:
“We came across your site while conducting research on agriculture, gardening, and farming. There is a lot of great information on your site, and we are impressed. Many blog sites have been analyzed and when we came across yours we hoped that you would help us spread the word about Great Big Plants. To show our gratitude, we will also provide a link back to your site once something is written. Please take a look at the flyer to get a glimpse of what Great Big Plants has to offer. This organic, liquid compost has the equivalent of 8 large compost bags in one 32 oz. bottle. We believe your readers would find good benefit in knowing about Great Big Plants. If you feel the same, we encourage you to post about it. If you are interested, please check out the official site for the product at http://www.greatbigplants.com or visit the blog site at greatbigplantsblog.com.
Thank you, and we hope to hear from you soon. “.
Well, of course I had a quick look at the flyer, the website and the blog (see addresses in the message above), and found very nicely presented advertisement on the organic liquid compost.
Interested people should not hesitate and surf to the addresses to find more info. I joined the e-mail network immediately (see link).
Thanks, Hans, for contacting and informing me. I wish you a lot of success with Great Big Plants.
One thought on “Great Big Plants – first commercial comment”
Thanks Willem! I’m glad you had a chance to check out the site! Sorry about the delay in response, things have been hectic lately. It’s good to see other people who agree with keeping kids involved with gardening. It’s always important to give children some culture and experience they can take with them when they get older. I think all children should have something fun and creative they can do. It helps them feel good about themselves. Keep up the good work!