You get out there every day, no matter the weather, and you clean stalls, feed horses, schedule the vet (or you are the vet!), teach kids how to brush a tail, adults how to overcome their fear, horses how to jump (or rein or counter-canter or turn a barrel…). You talk to people all day and you have an eagle eye over everything that’s happening from before dawn to well after dusk, and then you prep for a show.
Let me be your digital hero.
I totally get it – your website and related social touch-points tend to be very low on the list of priorities on any given day at the farm.
“I meant to do updates last year but I got so busy with shows…”
“My neighbor’s son’s best friend set up my website in 2003 and I haven’t heard from him since.”
“I registered a domain but never did anything with it. I don’t remember where it is.”
I have heard these and more from small and mid-sized businesses my entire career on the Web. It’s nothing to be ashamed of. You are (probably) not a web professional. Even with the availability of “drag and drop” website services it can still be daunting as well as time-consuming.
Rather than sell you a bunch of services you may or may not need, let me instead ask how can I help you?