Other Writing: USDF Connection December 2014/January 2015

Dec 2014 cov“Behind The Scenes: Jennifer M. Keeler, Yellow Horse Marketing”
December 2014/January 2015
USDF Connection
United States Dressage Federation

A short interview with an equine marketing company owner.
Link to Yellow Horse Marketing


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8 thoughts on “Other Writing: USDF Connection December 2014/January 2015

    1. Freelancing since 1989. Don’t recall 1st USDF article. Pre-Internet, I expect. If you are interesting in freelancing, consider joining AHP as an individual & attending the annual seminar in June. Lots of folks, lots of fun & lots of advice. http://www.americanhorsepubs.org/

      Michael Perry, “Raised on a small dairy farm, Perry equates his writing career to cleaning calf pens – just keep shoveling, and eventually you’ve got a pile so big, someone will notice.” http://sneezingcow.com/

      Good luck!

      1. You know, I did attend last year’s seminar at the urging of Elizabeth Kaye McCall (of the book giveaway–RajaliKa Speak). it was pretty awesome. I met so many super nice people. That’s how I got connected into Sidelines. Do you write for non-horse publications too? And I LOVE the Michael Perry quote. Thanks for that. I can really picture it because my grandpa was a dairy farmer.

        And one other thing. . . I’ve been meaning to follow-up with you but Twitter is so restricting. I liked your idea bout the horse writing Twitter chat. If that is something you are toying with spearheading, I will totally support you and would love to participate. Were you thinking of it as it’s own unique Twitter chat or as a topic for one week for one of the already existing chats? I think it’s a superb idea.

          1. You can read Twitter without an account. For example, click on “Saga Tweets” above. If you want to post messages, you would need to go to Twitter.com and create an account. I think all you need is an email address. If you don’t want to use yours, create a new one on Gmail.

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