Equine Ink is now on Facebook

Equine Ink on Facebook
Head on over to Facebook and visit our new page. It’s a perpetual Blog Carnival of Horses, populated with links to all the new posts from your favorite blogs. Want to be included? Just let me know in the comments section below.

For a long time I’ve reposted my blog posts on my personal Facebook page, but about 10 days ago I decided to give Equine Ink it’s own page and a slightly different mission.

For a couple of years now I’ve hosted the Blog Carnival of Horses once a month. It’s a popular feature — and no wonder, it gives you a plethora of great blog posts to read in a single, curated location. I’ll still host the Carnival here, but to make it easier to read lots of great blogs all the time, I set up the Equine Ink Facebook page as a constant Carnival. Using RSS feeds, I’ve linked in all the blogs that have submitted to recent Carnivals and I’ll continue to add more.

Each posting provides the first sentence of the post and a link to the original blog posting. So head on over to Facebook, check out our new page and please “Like” it. Then you’ll be notified every time a new blog post hits the boards.

If you are interested in participating in the “Perpetual Blog Carnival” just leave a comment below. Likewise, if you want me to remove your Blog from the FB page, I’m happy to do so. In the meantime, enjoy the collection of Blogs and don’t blame me if you spend far too much time reading them!


4 thoughts on “Equine Ink is now on Facebook

  1. I just liked your new Facebook page, and I would love it if you could add my blog to the “carnival.” I just returned from Lexington and there are a lot of horses up right now!

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