All Blog Posts Tagged 'marketing' (9)

Life Hacks# for Riding Schools

Life Hacks for Riding Schools

Stand out from the crowd by adding extra services and promotions for your clients.

Its as easy as looking through your phone book.

  • Ask your local tack store to give your clients a discount  - I am sure if you were sending all your new riders their way to get kitted out they would be more than…

Added by Linda Finstad on November 29, 2016 at 7:33pm — No Comments

Have you ever thought “I should write a book about………”

If you are an instructor, coach or trainer your knowledge and expertise is Gold.  It is what sets you apart from all the other Instructors, Coaches and Trainers. The experience you have gained over time and perseverance, the insights you have learned through trail and error are priceless. 

However, your reach  - the people you can help and inspire with this hard earned wisdom is limited to time and travel. Unless you somehow record all this knowledge…


Added by Linda Finstad on September 30, 2016 at 12:46pm — 1 Comment

Best Ever Marketing Tip for Equine Businesses

FREE Marketing action that really works!!

It works because it's FREE

That “Free” word really grabs our attention – that is because we all like to get something for nothing.

It is a universal fact of life – no exceptions.

So how can Equine Business owners use that knowledge to their advantage and ultimately increase their customer base and bottom line?

Good question  - I am glad you…


Added by Linda Finstad on October 10, 2015 at 9:30am — 1 Comment

GROWING YOUR EQUINE BUSINESS WITH BACKLINKS - Link Building Techniques Used by the Pros

The term “Search Engine Optimization” often brings to mind visions of large, intimidating companies that can be hired for a small fortune, with promises of having your website listed on the first page of Google. What many small business owners don’t realize, is that most of the techniques used by SEO experts can be accomplished successfully by the novice as well. With a few professional tools (included below) and some focused efforts, you can significantly raise your website’s traffic,…


Added by Carol Aldridge on February 28, 2012 at 10:26pm — No Comments

"Healthy" is a Big Fat Lie!

By Patti Bartsch, M.A., Ph.D. ~

Ok, well maybe "lie" is a little on the strong side but intentional misconception hits it right on the head! Most of my coaching clients tell me that they eat "pretty…


Added by Patti Bartsch, Ph.D. on August 23, 2011 at 4:30pm — 4 Comments

Five Questions Every Horse Business Owner Should Ask

You’re at your desk dreaming of being an entrepreneur. Or you’ve started a horse cookie company because you’ve managed to turn your endurance horse into a roly-poly Thelwell pony on those cookies alone.


OMG, your head is spinning. “What am I doing and why…


Added by Patti Schofler on February 18, 2011 at 5:00pm — 1 Comment

The importance of the horse

“The greatest gift God gave mankind ------------- Was the Horse”


Horses are much more than a means of transport or beast ofburden they are integral to man discovering his purpose in life.


As a Christian woman I have always strived to live life withpurpose but discovering my purpose has been a life long…


Added by Linda Finstad on January 9, 2011 at 2:08pm — No Comments

A Day in the Life of a Horse Show Photographer

I wanted to share this little glimpse into my life as Official show photographer because many people who have attended my Equine Photography Workshops have aspirations of one day  following my career path. And becoming a full time Equine Photographer.

A way of life I can wholeheartedly…


Added by Linda Finstad on December 17, 2010 at 8:00am — 2 Comments

How to accomplish 20 times as much in half the time

I read a little story the other day that really resonated with me and made me take a long hard look at how I live my life.

I want to share it with you

“There was once a busy shepherd girl, she spent her days rounding up stray sheep – her farther had taught her that if she focused on the strays the sheep would be safe.

One day her sister went out to the pasture to help her with the endless task, The sister asked - do all the sheep stray?

No answered the shepherd…


Added by Linda Finstad on December 9, 2010 at 7:30pm — 2 Comments

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