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Marketing your Equestrian business online: 8. Measuring what works

To get the best from your marketing, you need to know what is working and what is not. Once you know what you can do more of what works and less of what doesn’t, saving yourself time and money. Measurement can be tricky, but there is hope. Google Analytics and Webmaster Tools An absolute must for your equestrian website is to install Google Analytics and Google Webmaster Tools and link them together. You then get great statistics on who is … Continue reading

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Marketing your Equestrian business online: 6. Building an email list

If you are getting lots of people coming to your website, it would be great to get their email addresses so you can contact them again and turn them into customers. They are probably interested in what you do and a simple sign up form can be enough to start building your list. These people actually want to hear more about what you do! It’s not you standing outside their house with a megaphone trying to get their attention – … Continue reading

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Marketing your Equestrian business online: 5. Using Hootsuite for social media

The Twitter web interface can be confusing and it’s too easy to miss when people mention you and reply to your Tweets. It can be time consuming logging in to Twitter and Facebook separately and also tempting to spend too long reading your personal feed when logged in to Facebook. Hootsuite We recommend you use a free web application called Hootsuite instead. It’s free for up to five social media accounts and makes managing your social networks much easier and loads … Continue reading

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Marketing your Equestrian business online: 4. Using Facebook Pages

Some industries will benefit more from having a Facebook page than others. We have seen Facebook work better for business to consumer campaigns rather than business to business, but it’s still worth having a Facebook page to generate links back to your website. Search engines pick up these links and they can help improve your rankings. Setting up your Facebook page The first step is to set up your Page. Make sure your business has a Page, not a Group … Continue reading

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Marketing your equestrian business online: 3. Using Twitter

If used right, Twitter and other social networks can bring new customers or clients to your business at low cost. It’s also easy to talk nonsense or get in arguments on Twitter. To stay  positive and stay business focused you might avoid talking about what you had for breakfast or what is irritating you right now! There are some people spending far too much time on Twitter and Facebook showing off and/or moaning, while their businesses are struggling. If you … Continue reading

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Marketing your equestrian business online: 2. What to talk about

Writing about your own business can be tricky at first, but you will soon get into it and start noticing things that would make good blog posts or website content. It means getting into the mind of your target audience. Write for your audience first The key is to know who you are talking to and aim your content at them. While it’s important to be visible for search engines, it needs to read well for humans too. For example, … Continue reading

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Marketing your equestrian business online: 1. Updating your site

Fresh content is key to running a good website. You know loads of really interesting stuff about your industry or products, so tell your clients/customers about it! Most modern websites have a control panel where you can log in and add, remove and change your content. Have a go at updating and if you don’t understand how it works ask your web designer for training or search on Google for instructions. If you don’t have a control panel your web designer … Continue reading

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Marketing your equestrian business online – Intro

A common misconception is that putting a new website online will result in immediate new business. This is almost never the case. It takes time to build a site that search engines love and also convinces people to use your products or services. If you don’t market your website it’s like having a lovely shop in the middle of a forest. You will get no business and could fail quickly. Make the most of the investment in your website by … Continue reading

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FaBHSES – Press Release from Arena UK June 8th 2013

The NSEA Interschool Regional Qualifier at Arena UK for the Schools National Championships ‘went off at a Gallop’, with 28 Schools taking part, from Suffolk in the South to York in the North and West to Staffordshire and Warwickshire. The wide range of riders attending encouraged a healthy sense of competition and a real passion for equestrianism. 150 riders completed over 260 rounds of Showjumping and 57 Dressage tests, competing in 3 Arena’s. Assorted National representatives came along to support … Continue reading

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