The Return of the Blog Carnival of Horses & It’s Better Than Ever


Equine Ink Facebook Page
The Equine Ink Facebook page is set up as an on-going Blog Carnival of Horses! Using RSS feeds, the posts from your favorite blogs are streamed right to this page making it even easier than ever to catch up on blogging news! Make sure you “like” the page so post updates come right to your news feed.

The Blog Carnival of Horses is back! For many years Equine Ink hosted the Blog Carnival of Horses — the carnivals were a monthly compilation of posts from different horse blogs and offered a great way for bloggers to get more visibility and for readers to find more blogs.

A few years ago the Blog Carnival platform disappeared, so for awhile, I compiled the information manually.

Then, I created the Facebook version of Equine Ink and, using a great service called RSS Graffiti, I sent the blog posts there. Unfortunately, like so many web-based services, RSS Graffiti threw in the towel about a year ago . . . and it’s taken me awhile to find a working alternative.

This week I finally got a new platform up and running. I am happy to say that the virtual Blog Carnival of Horses is now ongoing on Equine Ink’s Facebook Page. In fact, it’s better than ever! I’m streaming blog articles directly to that page so every day readers have all their favorite horse blogs in a single location!

Adding blogs is an ongoing process so if I’m missing your blog, or your favorite blog, please let me know and I will add them to the streaming list.

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