Using Cyberhorse Catalogues retail outlets servicing the horse industry can provide a unique product which will not only help your clients to sell their horses but also provide promotion to your business.
In addition to the in store notice board where your clients can post flyers promoting their horses for sale, a retail outlet can offer ads in a regular online mini-catalogue published through Cyberhorse Catalogues.
The main difference between a Cyberhorse Catalogue and a Cyberhorse Store Catalogue is that the sponsor for a Store Catalogue is the retail outlet itself, the sub-sponsors can be the store or product providers to the store and the horse listings are sourced from the store's retail clients.
What is in a Cyberhorse Store Catalogue?
Each Cyberhorse Store Catalogue is targeted primarily to store clients and consists of :-
- A store promotion page (front cover)
- 10 horse promotion pages (inside pages)
- 2 sub-sponsor pages (inside front cover, back page)
Every page is a fully interactive web page which can embed photos, videos and documents and allows links to external pages.
Think of the Catalogue as being a mini-magazine aimed at store clients. Such a Catalogue is usually produced and distributed by the store every month.
Catalogues can also be produced on a once off basis for a specific client such as a stud or for products such as clothing or saddlery.