Pacific Dreamscapes Looks Back At Another Successful Year

Local San Diego landscape design company Pacific Dreamscapes looks back at the achievements that marked 2018.

San Diego, CA, United States - December 6, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —

Pacific Dreamscapes, company specializing in backyard landscaping San Diego is proud to call its own has marked 2018 as a particularly important year in the company history. Apart from being featured in the prestigious Pond Trade Magazine, the company also announced the launch of a brand new marketing strategy as well as plans for a significant website overhaul.

In April 2018, the company was featured in the Pond Trade Magazine, a prestigious outlet specializing in the water feature, water garden, and koi pond niche. The magazine is led by industry experts with a lot of authority in the industry. It features practical and applicable content, such as the featured article on Pacific Dreamscapes. In the article, the owner of the company Robert Kramer II offers a case study on one of the company’s most challenging projects to date; converting a swimming pool into a koi pond.

Another major milestone in the company’s career comes in the form of a new marketing strategy intended to propel the company forward. Pacific Dreamscapes has teamed up with a local digital marketing company in order to boost the businesses online presence online by improving the company’s ranking through contemporary SEO techniques.

As a part of their new-formed partnership, the company has also announced plans for a complete website redesign in the near future. The new company website will reflect all modern design and accessibility trends while maintaining the strong brand identity, recognizable across multiple platforms. The website will feature a responsive design, meaning it will be fully functional and aesthetically pleasing across multiple platforms such as desktop computers, smartphones, and tablets. The company expects to present the new website to their regular and potential clients before the end of the year, symbolically putting an end to a successful year.

We are extremely satisfied with the progress the company has made in 2018. As our new marketing strategy takes shape, we are seeing more and more interest in the services we offer. Our ultimate goal is to reach as many homeowners looking for quality custom landscaping services for their outdoor living spaces. This year has been great for Pacific Dreamscapes, and we’re looking forward to an even stronger 2019,” states Robert Kramer II, company owner.

About Pacific Dreamscapes: Pacific Dreamscapes is a professional backyard landscaping company based in San Diego, serving Carlsbad, Vista, El Cajon, Escondido, and the wide San Diego area. The company specializes in outdoor landscaping and design, offering services such as waterfalls, pavers, artificial turf, outdoor kitchen designs, and fire pits. The company is renowned for their meticulous attention to detail and friendly staff.

Contact Info:
Name: Robert Kramer II
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Organization: Pacific Dreamscapes
Address: La Mesa, San Diego, CA 91941
Phone: (858) 583-4105
Website: https://www.pacificdreamscapes.com/

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