Hoard's Dairyman launches Hoard's Dairyman Intel.
by Patti Hurtgen, Hoard's Dairyman Online Media Manager
Hoard's Dairyman subscribers who graciously provided their email addresses were part of a select group of individuals who received a special delivery to their inboxes yesterday. Hoard's Dairyman Intel, this new electronic publication is designed to bring readers the latest market observations and valued insight that they've grown accustomed to reading on the pages of our printed magazine. However, Hoard's Dairyman Intel content does not appear in print and you won't find it elsewhere.
The Hoards' Dairyman Farm adds to our perspective when preparing articles for the e-newsletter. We know firsthand that the workload on a farm is never-ending and that a dairy producer's time is limited. Their email inboxes can fill quickly and we have designed this e-newsletter to be respectful of their schedules. Understanding that premise, our commitment to providing the most credible, objective and useful information possible will remain our highest priority. We feel this sets Hoard' Dairyman Intel apart from other emailed content. Material with a human interest or a social media twist will continue to be delivered via our Facebook page with over 10,000 fans and our Twitter feed which now numbers over 5,000 followers.
We hope those that opened Hoard's Dairyman Intel enjoyed the content and gained some new knowledge. If you did not receive our e-newsletter, you can subscribe by clicking on the subscribe button and completing the short form. Many universities, schools and companies have elevated firewalls to prevent emails from unknown sources. If your institution is blocking emails, simply add email@example.com to your approved email list and Hoard's Dairyman Intel will arrive in your inbox each Monday morning.
We remain committed to our long-standing policy of not sharing any name, address, phone number or email with others. We look forward to bringing Hoard's Dairyman Intel to dairy producers and industry decision-makers each week. We welcome your firstname.lastname@example.org on this new project.
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The author is the online media manager and is responsible for the website, webinars and social media. A graduate of Modesto Junior College and Fresno State, she was raised on a California dairy and frequently blogs on youth programs and consumer issues.
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