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Successful Farrier Website Owners Offer Helpful Tips

Internet sites remain an easy and affordable option to promote your hoof-care practice
In today's tech savvy culture, it's something of a rarity to discover a business that's not taking advantage of the near necessity of the Internet to boost the bottom line. Yet, many farriers remain steadfast in relying on word of mouth to build their clientele.
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American Farriers Journal Launches New Website

Featuring a clean, organized look with easily searchable content, is the largest depository of American Farriers Journal information on the Internet with new features and upgrades
American Farriers Journal readers looking for the latest news, valuable tips and best practices on running a successful farrier practice, will now be able to access the largest source of news and insights with the click of a mouse.
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Share Your Most Common Hoof-Care Challenges

Searches of our website indicate high-low syndrome is No. 1

A recent review of terms searched for on our website, seems to confirm the belief of many farriers that high-low syndrome is virtually endemic among U.S. horses.

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Minimizing Customer Phone Calls

The benefits of using e-mail and a Web site for your shoeing business
Jimmy Gifford uses his e-mail and Web site as business tools for scheduling shoeing appointments, answering questions about general customer concerns and communicating with other farriers about hoof problems.
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Quick Shoeing Conversions

Web sites offer simple ways to change from metric to English measurement when shoeing your horses
How many inches are in an aluminum egg bar shoe that measures 140 millimeters wide and 165 millimeters long?
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