Horse and Rider Awareness
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This is my gift for horse people all over the world.  I realize you are looking for proven techniques to train both your horse and your students.  Now you do!  The Horse and Rider Awareness videos are homemade and follow the training progress of several horses and riders over the years.  They are live films taken in the actual training session so you can see what happens to real horses and riders.  There is no editing and I am filming as I coaching.  These techniques have been tested on 1000's of horses and riders and have also been used in instructor training and certification programs.
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11 SEO Changes That Will Give You Big Results

11 SEO Changes That Will Give You Big Results | Horse and Rider Awareness |
Do you know what the key to ranking well on Google is? I bet you are thinking it’s links, content and on-page optimization, right? All of those things

Via Rob Metras
Randi Thompson's insight:

Check this out.  If you want to know how to be found when people search for what you have to offer....

Rob Metras's curator insight, December 4, 2013 6:09 PM

Might as well get advice from one of the top conversion experts ion the planet, and a compulsive sharer of value

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7 Tips To Avoid High Bounce Rates On Landing Pages

7 Tips To Avoid High Bounce Rates On Landing Pages | Horse and Rider Awareness |

Five years ago, Avinash Kaushik famously described the sequence of the typical unsatisfied website visitor: “I came, I puked, I left.” There is a little less puking these days, but after clicking on an ad, far too many visitors are still squinting, yawning, shrugging their shoulders, or having trouble connecting their needs and wants with the information and offers they’re seeing on landing pages.

Below, I provide seven examples of how to tighten that connection. In today’s fickle world, average online experiences just aren’t good enough.

Before getting started, pages should be in peak form. In general, you want pages to be clear and easily absorb-able so testing and changes are not done in vain. Consider the following about your pages:

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