Reaching Out to the Homesteading Bloggers Niche Community

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Those who have followed us long enough have a sense we enjoy farming and gardening and all of the bells and whistles these endeavors entail. We're fascinated with animal husbandry; poultry, horses, cattle, pork, and everything in between. We are also crazy about other bloggers who write in this niche.

Recent searches led us to the seed farm Fair Dinkum in the Australian Outback, and a more recent surf brought us to key in on Anna Solan's Orchard Creek Farm blog. Posting regularly out of her hobby farm in Upper Marlboro, Maryland, Anna has a natural and down to earth voice that keeps us coming back, ready to take a mental vacation as she shares her personal heaven on earth.


Blogger Homesteading Niche

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Bloggers can be a funny bunch in general, but we've found worthwhile time keeping the conversation going among the green writers who also produce in our niche. 

We share stories amongst ourselves, best advice, and tips of the trade that helps us all gain a wider respect for nature and audiences in general. 

While we may know a thing or two about raised bed and square foot gardening, Anna's particular knack for poultry is a great source for us to draw upon should an article or conversation warrant a greater depth.

Hobby Farm Bloggers Niche

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Keeping in touch with our peers, and you can guess by this time we're suggesting you do the same, keeps us grounded in our homesteading passions. We admit we know a great deal, and enjoy bringing that knowledge to you our readers. But we also admit we don't know everything. 

Having a reliable and trustworthy voice outside of our own dark winter office keeps us in touch with what we consider to be important - and that's to provide great reading material for our audience that may not necessarily derive directly from our own experience.

Whether you write about writing or farming, or perhaps tech or pop culture, belonging to a like-minded community will help keep your material fresh and add to your message's lovgevity.

We love sharing our homesteading life with you all, and truly enjoy your stories and advice. Please join the conversation, and don't forget to subscribe!

Comments

Lisa Lynn said…
Hi WT,
I try to keep in touch with other bloggers through several social media platforms. I've joined a couple of homesteading facebook groups and recently joined MeWe...although that isn't so much keeping in touch with bloggers as regular homesteaders. :)
WT Abernathy said…
Hi Lisa!
It's almost like a second job sometimes;) I haven't heard of MeWe, but I'm going to have to check it out. Thanks for stopping in:)
I have joined a couple of groups on Facebook for homesteaders as well as finding and following them on Instagram.
WT Abernathy said…
Hi there, thanks for stopping by!
Facebook is definitely a great place to connect, and there are more than a few homesteading groups that accept new members. I used to use G+ as a hookup place as well, but since they're kaput, I'll be looking for a new place to hang out.
Cheers!