Another organization that is working hard to help farmers market themselves on the web is the Eat Well Guide.
They recently released a publication highlighting how farmers and farm organizations can use the web to market themselves and their products.
They cover basic topics like getting listed in the Eat Well Guide, email marketing, and WWOOF. Then there are advanced topics, which I personally don't suggest for the average farmer like social networks, viral video, and Flickr. This is an interesting guide with good design, illuminating profile quotes, and informative articles. I suggest taking a look.
They even quoted me in the section entitled "From Barns to Bandwidth: Farmers on the Web."
It's almost time for the holidays and 2009 - you aren't paying attention to this blog are you? So, I think this marks the end of 2008 for the Small Farm Central blog, unless something interesting comes up.
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