Go Farmer April 2007 Newsletter
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I recently went through all the products placed on
the Gofarmer site and noticed that on quite a few occasions members
were not listing their products in the most appropriate category.
For example the livestock category is for actual cows, sheep, pigs
etc for sale, not for feedstuffs or farm equipment.
And please also choose an appropriate sub category.
Choosing the correct categories helps browsers easily find what they
are looking for and this translates into more sales for advertisers.
Finally please make sure your product title actually explains what your product or service is. This is important for your product being picked up by search engines as well. Do not simply put 'Sheep' or 'Course' as the product description, write the breed of sheep, whether lambs, tup, ewe etc, write the type and subject of the course and so on...Please also include photos as adverts with photos consistently get more views and do better than those without and do not place duplicate ads in the same category.
Gofarmer Business Focus - Dairy farmerís wife Julie Dodgson set up Crossgates Bioenergetics seven years ago, supplying natural remedies and supplements for animals.... To read more visit: http://www.gofarmer.com/businessfocus/businessfocus_mgmt.php
Gofarmer Farm Focus - Mill House Smallholding - Mill House is a smallholding just 1 mile from Melton Mowbray town. They produce eggs, pork, and strawberries, supply logs, woodchip mulch, hay, haylage,...To read more visit: http://www.gofarmer.com/farmfocus/farmfocus_mgmt.php
Lesley Brewer of the www.theintroductioncompany.co.uk recently featured in The Northern Echo and she was also invited to be the speaker at the Settle Farmers Dinner in September. She gave the Settle folk lots of tips on how to improve their relationships. That's bad for business but let's hope it paid off with the Settle Farmers' wives. (Click...)
Chris Lees of www.hawl.co.uk featured in the Farmers Guardian in August and you can read the article here: http://www.farmersguardian.com/story.asp?sectioncode=44&storycode=4020
The British Blonde Cattle Society has a sale coming up on 27th October at Carlisle and Perth Bull Sales on 23rd to 26th October. For more details visit www.britishblondesociety.co.uk
This page updated 27/10/2007 01:00