The Horse Writer, LLCBecause You'd Rather Be Riding Than Writing
Running a horse business is a lot of work. Between taking care of the horses and your clients, you probably don’t have time to write content for your website, marketing, newsletters and Social Media. But you want to reach out to new and existing clients, and promote your horse business. What’s an equine professional to do?
I just wanted to write to thank you for the great work you’ve been doing for Dressage at Devon. We’ve been wanting to produce a newsletter for quite some time, but the manpower just wasn’t there. You took on the project and have made it timely, relevant, and professional. We never have to worry about our newsletter or our social media pages. We just know that we put them in the right hands. Thanks again for your help.
You have a few choices:
You can go it alone. But then you’ve added a host of items to your already overfull to-do list.
You can hire a freelance writer. But if you have to explain the ins and outs of your horse business to a non-horsey writer, or make numerous revisions because they don’t ‘get’ the horse business, it can take as much time as if you did the work yourself.
You can do nothing. And wonder just how many new clients you’re missing out on every day.
You can hire a freelance writer who’s also been a successful equine professional for over 30 years.
That’s why I founded The Horse Writer, LLC. At The Horse Writer, I offer you a solution that’s the best of both worlds – professional copy written by a professional equestrian. After more than 30 years as an instructor, trainer, barn manager and owner – I get the horse business. I know what makes it tick, and I know that you need to have effective marketing and copywriting that will attract clients, inform your existing clients and get the word out about your barn; while still leaving you enough money to buy hay or pay for that next clinic.
Contact me for a free consultation to see what The Horse Writer can do for your business.
The Horse Writer, LLC ~ Because you’d rather be riding than writing.