February 24th, 2011
If you have been following our site, you know that we are experimenting with Facebook as another marketing tool to help us find new careers for Thoroughbreds after racing. We post the newest Thoroughbred horses for sale from Bits & Bytes Farm on our Facebook fanpage first. We call this our “Early Release” program. You do not need to have a Facebook account to visit our fanpage. Be sure to ‘Like’ our page so you will be notified when a new horse is available. Go to: www.facebook.com/BitsandBytesFarm and see our newest Thoroughbred horse for sale – Power Master. Post your comments and forward his photos to your friends who may be shopping for a new competition partner.
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February 20th, 2011
Our Web site has a wealth of information to be shared with other Thoroughbred owners or soon-to-be owners. We wanted to make it easy for our followers (and Facebook Fans) to share the knowledge on this Web site with just one click of a mouse. So, we have added a Facebook Like button to our Newz stories and pages. If you are a Facebook member and you click on the Like button at the bottom of our Newz stories or pages, your Facebook account will alert your friends to the helpful information you have found on the Bits & Bytes Farm site by posting to your Wall. This way it takes very little effort for you to share a story you found useful with your friends on Facebook. Read more about Bits & Bytes Farm using Facebook as a marketing tool . . .
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March 25th, 2010
Our “real” business is Web site design and we use our Thoroughbred Horse Web sites to experiment with new technologies. We are then able to use our new skills to help our Web customers create effective, attractive and functional Web sites. If you can type, you can update your own site created by our designers! Click on this post to learn more . . .
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April 14th, 2009
We have added a new page that discusses what we do for a living. Bits & Bytes Farm got its name from the owners’ “real” business – creating multimedia presentations and Web sites. If you need a new Web site or presentation for your business – equine or other, contact us to discuss how your business can be working for you on the Internet.
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April 6th, 2009
There are many inexpensive and FREE ways to use the Internet. Elizabeth Wood gave a seminar titled “Marketing Your Equine Business on the Internet” at the Equine Affaire in Columbus, OH. Contact her to learn how to promote your business with the new marketing tools.
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