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05 December,2018

Should We Be Blogging Solely Through A Social Network?

Podcast #16 by Sam Hobden

Blogging through a social network, especially Facebook is on the rise. But can writing content in this way through just one channel be a good thing? Is it better to have your own blog page or is it better to have your content on a network that you are not in full control of but has a wider audience? Sam Hobden explains the pros and cons of blogging through Facebook and how trends in blog posting have changed recently.

Please also come and check out Haynets Podcast Library which is filling with advice from Rhea Freeman and Sam Hobden on all aspects of rural social media marketing.  So quick off your wellies and plug yourself in!


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Haynet is a leading equestrian and countryside blogging directory, telling your stories from the stables to the fields. If you love living in the countryside, riding your horse, farming the fields or walking your dogs through the woods – then you will feel right at home here!

Haynet is also the host of the Country Style and Equestrian Blogger of the Year Award celebrating top class bloggers within the industry. We are also the founder of the #HorseBloggers channel and the host of #RuralBloggers, a dedicated network to share countryside related content, engaging with the rural blogging community. Working also with equestrian and rural companies, Haynet brings you all the views, news and latest products that you will find of interest.

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