What if you could list a horse for sale on a platform without having to navigate pages of rules, or create your own secret language to share that you have a horse for sale?
Over the last few months and years, so much has changed on social media platforms that now, simply listing a horse for sale has become more challenging. These changes have made it much more difficult to connect with potential buyers right where they are looking: Google.
How would it make you feel if you had confidence knowing that once you listed a horse for sale, it would get in front of the people that are looking for just that type of horse?
We are proud to introduce a smart, simple, and effective new website to serve the equine industry. Now, we don’t want to get too techy, but we will say that we have many hours researching and investing in this website to ensure that the search engine optimization is at rock star status!
If you are not familiar with search engine optimization, it just means that The HorseNet and Google are best friends! They talk to each other for maximum effectiveness and findability for each listing.
This is why we can say with confidence, The HorseNet is the most effective way to buy and sell horses. In addition to buying and selling horses, the marketplace is open for all other types of listings! (That’s right, you don’t need to go to one site to buy a trailer, another website to purchase hay, and yet a completely different site to buy a horse!)
The bonus to our emerging new website is that it was not only created to sell horses and other items but also features a long list of other functionality for horse owners and horse businesses. You can preview a complete list of features and list a horse here: www.thehorsenet.com.
Although we are new to the equine market, we thank you ahead of time for your trust and your sale horse listing(s).
About the founder of The HorseNet, Marsha Martin:
Marsha Martin has been a life-long horse lover!
She has done everything from camping and trail riding to winning an AQHA World Championship (in Team Roping) aboard her heart horse, “Gustafus James” (a.k.a. “Gus”). In her experience owning horses, and working within the industry, she realized a need for a site that connected different aspects of the industry (horse businesses, events, marketplace, AND horse health/performance records) while offering a community feel.
Contact: Marsha Martin