Horse Business Marketing Takeaways from Equine Affaire on How to Market Your Horse Business Podcast

Attention Horse Business Owners: Did you know every equine event —whether you’re participating or attending—is an opportunity to market your business?

That doesn’t mean you have to be “salesy” everywhere you go. But you do need to be intentional and strategic— especially if you have a booth or you’re presenting.

That’s just one of the marketing lessons Denise Alvarez of Stormlily Marketing and host of the How to Market Your Horse Business Podcast shared in her newest podcast episode.

During her first visit to Equine Affaire this Spring, Denise walked the trade show floor, talked with exhibitors, and attended clinics and presentations of various breeds and disciplines. All the while, she was taking notes with equestrian entrepreneurs in mind.

Listen to 6 Marketing Lessons from My First Equine Affaire →  Stormlily.com/133

On this podcast episode, you’ll learn:

  • The one thing many clinicians forget to do
  • What makes your brand stand out in a crowded marketplace
  • How to kick imposter syndrome to the curb

Listen to Denise’s marketing takeaways from Equine Affaire on all major podcast players or head to HowtoMarketYourHorseBusiness.com.

About Stormlily Marketing
Denise Alvarez is a horse girl who loves marketing. As host of the How to Market Your Horse Business Podcast and owner of Stormlily Marketing, she helps equestrian entrepreneurs turn their online visitors into their customers using practical & actionable strategies around social media, websites, and email marketing. If you want a marketing strategy that gets more of the right people in your door, Stormlily Marketing is for you.

Media Contact:
Denise Alvarez
Stormlily Marketing
https://www.stormlilymarketing.com
denise@stormlily.com
417-343-6698

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