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Pinterest – Another Great Way to Reach Your Audience

Have you heard about Pinterest? Have you been there, opened an account, pinned? Great! Now, did you know you can use it to promote your business? We love The 10 Commandments of Using Pinterest for Business by Donna Moritz at Amy Porterfield’s blog. This article is jam-packed with things you will want to know. In […]

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Size of banners and attributes change again on Social Media Channels

Yet again social media channels have new sizes for banners and other branded images you can use of your company’s profile pages and channels. Here is a great visual of the sizes from http://www.mediabistro.com. The biggest changes are at YouTube, Google Plus and Pinterest. Contact us today if you would like us to update your Social Media profiles: info@BBCreativesf.com.

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Benefits of promoting your equine business (or any Business) on Pinterest

Our sister website, BitsAndBridles.com, just published an article on the benefits of promoting your equine business on Pinterest.  Click here to read. Carol Aldridge of Equine Office Solutions writes: “Your audience is already using Pinterest on a regular basis to shop and explore their interests. So if you’ve been holding back from promoting your equine […]

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Social Media and the Equestrian Industry – who does it work for and where?

This post was inspired by a LinkedIn post by Carol M. Aldridge • called Charting A Course Through the Evolving Social Media Landscape. Below is our webmaster’s comments on this LinkedIn.com discussion: I have to say it’s different for tack stores, online tack stores, website portal horse trainers and horse facilities, etc.  I’m a web designer […]

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