Equestrian BLOGTOBER

Equestrian Blog Hop

 

Welcome to the Equestrian BLOGTOBER!

 

What is an Equestrian Blog Hop?

The Equestrian Blog Hop is a linky list shared between a group of equestrian blogs worldwide.  Readers “hop” from blog to blog through the post, and hopefully, engage with each other! 

 

Meet Your Host

My name is Heather Wallace and I publish The Timid Rider a blog about horses, confidence, and holistic wellness. My “day” job is providing equine and canine sports massage and aromatherapy. I work closely with several local veterinarians to improve fitness, reduce inflammation and soreness, and calm the mind.

 

One of my favorite things about blogging is the community of others that I have “met” and befriended through social media. The support network is absolutely amazing. To foster this and support each other’s blogs, I am hosting the Equestrian Blog Hop. Follow me @timidrider on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Instagram.

Please follow the rules below and contact me if you have any questions or concerns.

 

Theme

 

Equestrian Blogtober

 

 

Rules

  1. Post must contain the linky html code or shortcode available at the end of the post. This code allows readers to view all blogs in the hop, and should be placed at the end of your published post. 
  2. Visit and comment on as many blogs as you can. 
  3. Use #Horsebloggers and#EquestrianBlogtober in social shares.

*Please note there is no minimum word limit. However, Google prefers to index posts longer than 600 words for SEO results.

Incentives

  1. Read and learn from other blogs.
  2. “Meet” and network with other bloggers.
  3. Increase audience reach.

How to Join BLOGTOBER

1.Publish your post. Then visit this page and click “Add your Link” to participate when the link opens. (For first timers, you will be requested to create a free account for InLinkz.)

2.Once you have entered your post details into InLinkz, click “Get the InLinkz code here“. This will then create a custom code depending on your platform to include at the end of your post where the blog list will appear. Then update your post! *Note for self-hosted WordPress, use the custom site option for the code. The shortcode requires a plugin.

As bloggers publish their posts the blogroll will grow and your audience will widen. Visit any post through the list or thumbnails appearing at the end of your post or here on the home page.

Comment on as many posts as you can! Having problems? Email me at heather@timidrider.com.

 

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