THE INTERNET is quickly becoming one of the most popular sources for finding information of any kind. Not only because it’s easy, but because it offers the user an opportunity to view millions of Web sites and pages from around the world.
While access to this wealth of information is good, finding exactly what you’re looking for can become a chore.
A basic search starting with the keyword “horse” gives you links to 74 different categories and over 2,943 sites. This is too much information for even a hard-core Internet surfer!
So how can a farrier, trainer or horse enthusiast find what they’re looking for without the painstaking process of searching through hundreds of sites? Try HayNet.net.
HayNet.net is a comprehensive directory of over 6,000 “horse-related” sites available on the Internet, making it a great place to start your search when you need something special for your shoeing business or clients.
Not only is HayNet.net loaded with links to thousands of different sites, but it’s broken down into 33 categories to make customizing your search even more precise and easier than ever.
Whether you’re looking for barn and farm equipment, books, videos, classified ads, computer services and software, equine related schools, horseshoeing resources, publications or veterinary resources, HayNet.net will help narrow the search by giving you only the links that pertain to your specific inquiry.
To test the HayNet.net site, I decided to look for farrier supplies. Even though most farriers probably wouldn’t need…