From Wordsmith Nikki Alvin-Smith
As Independence Day approaches I’d like to give a shout out of thanks to all the publishers of magazines and websites, both print and digital for their support of the freelance writer. It is certainly not easy to garner a piece of the viewership pie these days and running a successful publication is hard work. The need to keep expenses as low as possible means less office personnel and more contracted freelance writers on staff. So to all folks who have published my works, both past and present, thank-you for supporting my freelance writing career. I love what I do and as a seasoned professional writer your confidence in my authorship is very much appreciated.
As with most business success stories it is those that keep up with the trends and changing needs of their target audiences that rise to the top of the magazine pile. When you see a dog-eared magazine copy on the coffee table at the barn you know that’s the first one you’ll pick up to read. Of course finding fresh, creative content that engages the rider to read is not always easy, but reaching out and resourcing proven writers is a great place to search.
To celebrate Independence Day and as a thank-you for the wonderful support of both my magazine and website publishers, PR/Marketing clients please enjoy these “Sizzling Summer Savers,” a selection of new articles available with First Time Rights within 72 hours of request and at no extra charge, two professional quality photos to go with them.
The Best Way To Retire Your Horse (1500 words) $175.00 reduced from $225
Most horse owners face this question sooner or later, and full retirement is not always the best health solution for the horse. A review of modern day approaches to horse retirement and suggestions for solutions to the financial and emotional issues that horse owners face.
Falling In Love. With The Wrong Horse (1500 words) $175.00 reduced from $225
Worse than buyer’s remorse, the reality of owning a horse you love to pieces but one that doesn’t ‘fit’ for you as a rider is not an easy mistake to admit. All is not lost! An article based on personal experiences of the author of importing horses from Europe and buying horses in the U.S.A.; keeping the wrong horse from home produced stock and keeping clients on track when on shopping tours abroad.
How To Keep Your Students Coming Back For More (1500 words) $175.00 reduced from $225
This feature is full of advice for the horse riding instructor/trainer on how to develop a loyal, active clientele and build a better, brighter business future.
Please contact Nikki via email at Nikki@NikkiAlvinSmithStudio.com to purchase these special deals. Bulk purchase discounts are always available, and many more articles are available by the click on a keyboard from her store at her website www.NikkiAlvinSmithStudio.com
Internationally published freelance writer, content creator, author, photographer and equestrian Nikki Alvin-Smith offers “Engaging Content that Engages Riders to Read, “with unique and fresh material for your horse related business, magazine, website, newsletter, blog and email blast sales machine. Her works have been published worldwide in over 200 magazines, and include all the leading equestrian publications such as Chronicle of the Horse, Reiter, Horse and Hound etc.. Additionally her clients include equestrian and “B” list movie celebrities for whom she regularly ghostwrites and provides PR services; manufacturers of equine related medical devices, horse structures and professional equine service providers; profit and non-profit initiatives and organizations; and non-equestrian related businesses/publications in investment, real estate and international travel and rural lifestyle.
Nikki Alvin-Smith is a British international level Grand Prix dressage competitor and highly sought trainer/coach/clinician. Together with her husband Paul, who is also a Grand Prix dressage rider, Nikki operates Willowview Hill Farm in the Catskill Mountains of New York; a full service horse breeding and horse training facility. The duo provide ‘team’ clinician services to clients worldwide to riders of all levels and many riding disciplines.
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