The Horse Physio is currently rated 5 out of 5 on Facebook, based on the opinions of 49 people. Would you be willing to take a few minutes to write me a review? I'd love to have reviews based on the opinions of 100 people by my birthday in August!
We are social creatures, and we often take into account the opinions of others. If you come across a person or product you didn't previously know about, one thing you'll probably look at is the reviews. You'll look at the number of stars, and the number of people who've left a review. You'll probably have a scroll through those reviews, and see what other people have said.
It's just a few months ago that I finally put into place my strategy of posting regularly on social media. Regular guest bloggers include experts Dr Sue Dyson, and Chris Pearce of @theequinedentalclinic, as well as clients and more. I'm so excited about the next part of my plan, which is to share a scientific article once a week. The articles will be from peer reviewed, published journals, and will focus on the areas of brain, pain and training in the horse world. To share the science in this way has been a goal of mine for many years now, and I'm so pleased to be finally achieving it! I hope you enjoy this as much as I do, and that you find it helpful in being your horse's best expert.
So please, would you make the time to pop a review on my Facebook page, The Horse Physio? It could be a review of one of my books, 'Horse Massage for Horse Owners' or 'Understanding Horse Performance: Brain, Pain or Training?'. Perhaps you'd like to let people know what you think of the content I'm sharing on my social media. Or if you're a client, it could be a review of the work I do with your horse.
If you're willing to let others know what you think, they can make a more educated decision on whether what I offer is relevant to them. And since education is one of the key principles of my work, that would work for me.
Thanks in advance!
© Sue Palmer, The Horse Physio, 2021
Treating your horse with care, connection, curiosity and compassion