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Haynet is the UK's No1 Equine Social Blogging Network. Launched in September 2011, this network enables every day riders and horse owners to start writing their own equestrian blog through Haynet or link their independently written blog or web page to the site. In 2016, Haynet relaunched with a brand new look and expanded its blogging audience out to the countryside with equestrian still the heart of the site.
Their equestrian blog can be followed through Haynet by fellow members who can comment through a News Feed, a Forum or direct with the members themselves. Haynet has nearly three thousand members with over 300+ equestrian independent blogs from all over the world to read and follow. This growing equestrian community is becoming very popular with riders, eventers, dressage riders, show jumpers, equestrian companies etc who write about their horse related news in their lives. Together with its expansion out to all things rural, Haynet now attracts bloggers from the farming and country pursuit sector as well. Haynet has a wide worldwide audience following especially through its popular social media pages.
We also have a very good business relationship with many equestrian and countryside companies who are using blog posts to promote their products and services through Haynet. We also have a working partnership with Quiller Publishing who are the official publishers for The British Horse Society and exclusive distributor with the Pony club. Haynet has an extensive equestrian bookstore with members reviewing books for media publication. Independent equestrian authors can also sell their books through the bookstore.
In 2017, Haynet launched the Country Style & Equestrian Blogger of the Year Awards with sponsors equestrian, canine and country PR and digital marketing agency MirrorMePR . With the awards gaining recognition over the last few years, this is a great concept not only to propel quality blog writers but to encourage businesses to take note of these talented bloggers and work with them in the equestrian and countryside industries.
For more information about this popular equestrian social network, please visit:
www.hay-net.co.uk or email us firstname.lastname@example.org