5 Tips to Market your Horse Business Online

5 Tips to Market your Horse Business Online

Submitted by: Erinn Berge
Phone: 8049184981
Email Address: erinn(at)toplinemediateam.com
Date Added: 2/17/2018

Marketing your horse business online is a step many do not understand or want to deal with. It can seem overwhelming. You may not have any interest in marketing or you can not find the right horse person to help with the marketing. Maybe as a business owner you already wear too many hats, and keeping up with the digital marketing landscape is not something you have time for. Whatever your reason is for not marketing your horse business online, today's the day to start.

Here at TopLineMediaTeam.com, your horse person marketing company, we want to help you get your horse business online. We have created this list of 5 free and simple online marketing tips. By trying one or all, you will gain additional sales and profits.

5 free and simple online marketing tips to get your horse business up and running.

1. List your business online There are currently 3 big indexes you should be listed with. Google, Bing, and Yelp. Some would argue to list with Yahoo Local as well. Listing with these places will help you get listed on their maps. It's really super-easy and doesn't take much time. Just fill out their form questions and go through their verification process. Just make sure that you are consistent with your details. You will be amazed at the amount of traffic this picks up!
2. Know your customer You need to know your customer and what they need. Who are they? What kind of lifestyle do they have? What is their typical income? Do they have kids? Do they homeschool? Are they a busy entrepreneur or do they have a 9-5? Where do they spend their time online? Facebook or SnapChat? This is where you want to be! Get a good picture of who this person is and write it down on paper. You may have a few different personas. But, focus in on one, and get to know them pretty well, make sure they will be satisfied when they visit your horse business.
3. Keep your brand consistent across the web Make sure that your logo is consistent across all marketing channels. This image, along with your fonts, colors and feel' of your site represent your company's brand. If you are just starting out then you may just want to consider your logo but as your business grows then you will definitely want to consider adding these elements to your brand and website Keep it consistent. Why? You want your target customer to recognize you when they are on Instagram and then again when they see you on FB. Your logo will start to imprint in their mind, they will form unconscious opinions, thoughts or feelings about the company. When they see it next, they will be more apt to engage.
4. Start a blog or newsletter – If you can put together about 300 words (which isn't very much) about the adventures of your horse business, then you will start to inform potential clients about your business. Do you train horses or dogs? Keep a journal about their progress. Do you run a veterinarian's office? Write about the different questions you get on a daily basis from your clients. Write informational blogs about a typical horse, dog or cat illnesses and what your clients can do to prevent them.
5. SEO – it's important. – Don't underestimate the power of search engine optimization and keywords. There are a few things that you can do to get started on this endeavor. Start with asking your clients, how they found you on the web? If it was Google, what was the search term they used? What search term would you use if you were going to do a search for your business? If it was "tack shop" or "horseback riding" then you'll want to create a cornerstone page using this keyword or phrase. There are a lot of videos and blogs that you can read up on to help you get started. Keyword Planner is a great place to get you on your way!
There is so much information out there that is helpful. It can be overwhelming. Some business owners don't wear the marketing horse hat very well, and that's OK! If you'd rather spend more time doing what comes naturally to you, then, TopLineMediaTeam.com is here to help you with that!

Click Image to View Larger



Certified Judge
Shady Spring : If you need a judge for any of your shows this year let me know. I am ... Read More

Robin Wood
Ruckersville: 2018 was a wonderful judging year and I am currently booking for the ... Read More

Welsh Run Farm
Ruckersville,VA: Welcome to Welsh Run. We have space available for 2 field boarders. ... Read More

Dibert Hay & Hauling LLC
Everett: Year round hay supplier accepting new customers. Larger farms or feed ... Read More

Old Hundred Stables
Midlothian: Small Hobby Farm catering to a few boarders, Indoor Riding Arena, Wedding ... Read More

Hunt Country Wealth Management
Winchester: At Hunt Country Wealth Management we help you create, manage and protect ... Read More

Private barn
Lynchburg : Boarding available at private barn in Lynchburg va. 8 stall barn. Hay ... Read More

Ready Equestrian
hanover: Body clipping
$100 for full body (including legs and face)
$75 ...
Read More