Life as a llama farmer! The ups and downs of living the dream - llamas I can manage....website design, logos, advertising and marketing might as well be a foreign language. Join me and my llamas (and Albie the grumpy alpaca) as we move house and relaunch as Hill House Llamas, whilst training, trekking and practising llama agility skills. We're game for a laugh - are you?
|Posted on 19 July, 2015 at 8:25||comments (2)|
Well, we are now official.....after many late nights editing text, photos and scratching my head for interesting things to say about the llamas, I have launched the website. It's a quiet launch though - the only people I notified were my parents (and Jon and the boys!) . I still need to put more items in the llama gift shop, then I will let llama pals know we are 'live', get some feedback on the site before advertising it to the masses!
Off now to take some more photos of products for the gift shop
|Posted on 21 May, 2015 at 17:20||comments (0)|
Llamas, I can cope with....website design, rebranding, logos, photographs and deciding what I want to say to you all without waffling. Aaaargh!
Give me llamas any day! But, as I keep telling myself this is an exciting time. After 14 years of living apart from our llamas, we have finally managed to buy a house with land attached and preparations are underway to llama-proof the land and at last bring the llamas home. Living in rented accommodation, the llamas have built up quite a reputation and have many fans and followers under their herd name, the llama-rama llamas. Now they will be joining us at Hill House, they will become the Hill House Llamas. It is quite a task to rebrand and maintain their fan base, without losing anybody along the way.
We are working very hard outside, improviding the pasture, refencing and maintaining the stables and sheds. I have also had to design a new logo and advertising banner that will come to us when we exhibit at shows and fetes. Hope you like it. I'm really pleased with it. I've also ordered a couple of branded t-shirts and fleeces and Eric and Ollie have had new halters ordered as they're fast growing out of their old ones, as has Hattie - which means she doesn't have to share Felix's anymore! We are all going to look very smart!