Thing's are looking up! The blog is a success. PHEWWW... More people than ever are subscribing so if you haven't go for it - right handside of this page. Go on...
It actually occurred to me more than ever the other day how useful equishopping is. Example. Try putting sheep skin noseband into google. I don't know if it's my browser but it offered me everything apart from what I was looking for including certain items that I couldn't really put in print. Thankfully Equishopping proved the answer. One simple search presented me with a choice of exactly what I was looking for. One criticism of Equishopping has been that it hasn't beaten google on price. This may be true but at least equishopping won't try and sell you sheepskin balaclavas for your event horse....
Some of you may have noticed that a few of the blog posts are being turned into articles on various sites. Good news! Its not just my big head that thinks what I'm writing is stunning stuff....well I hope you like it anyway!
Equishopping is also going to be running more competitions in future. The ones we've run in the past have produced some very happy winners:
"Just a note to let you know how pleased we are with the haysteamer it’s excellent and of course couldn’t have come at a better time with the shortage and poor quality of hay. It’s been a ‘God send’, it works well and is easy to use. We’re happy to recommend it.
I hope equishopping is thriving and wish you continued success."
The only down side is that I'm not allowed to enter Equishopping's competitions!! Although perhaps the dog could.... In all seriousness, our Haysteamer competitions was a smash hit and is definitely a growing must have.
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Plus, if there's any queries, rants, jubilations or just general hellos you only need drop me a line - email@example.com (promise I don't bite - unless...)
If you want to find out more about me - Oli Lawrence - check out my website. I'm also toying with the idea of doing a blog from Dell's point of view. I mean what's it like with 4 legs as a lean mean jumping machine? I haven't asked him what he thinks yet though - hoping he won't give me the middle hoof!