I am soooooooo pleased to hear about your success! That's why I love these forums. It's such a great feeling for the rest of us when we're able to help turn something round. If it would help, once your course(s) are ready, ask us to cast an eye over them. Often, a fresh pair of eyes will see things you don't see yourself.
If it would help, take a look at my [url=[Domain Private]
/incubate-chicken-eggs.html]sign-up page for my chickens e-course[/url]. It's a really simple set-up. I don't "do" hard! As you'll see, I provide all the information on my site but I get sign-ups for this all the time. People want info in their inbox, they don't want to have to find it for themselves.
I use Aweber to send out this course, because they have a very simple way of doing it. But you can also do it with Mail Out Manager to avoid any extra cost.As Ken would say... SIDEBAR...Susan
- about eating chickens - I never eat my own, because I can't bring myself to. I live in rural Italy which has been a very poor area, and people here keep animals for what they can give. So here, yes they do eat their hens once their laying lives are over, and re-stock with new layers the following year. But it's entirely a personal thing. End of Sidebar!!
Go for it, Laurel! And please keep letting us know how it's going. It's brightened my day hearing your good news!