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Extreme Home Makeover: Blog Edition

Did you know that it has been only nine months since we first launched the AGCO Blog? You can see a picture from our first blog post hereSue and Jamy: AGCO Blog (I’m the one on the right, the one one the left is my boss, Sue Otten). We’ve talked about farm products, technology, safety, farm families, events and even Farm Dog Contests and now it is wrapped in a shiny new package for you! We hope that you are enjoying the new layout and design of the AGCO Blog-after all, we built it for you! Here are some reasons that we thought you might like the new layout:

-We have made it easier for you to follow your favorite brand’s news with the inclusion of brand-specific tabs that you can RSS

-The new blog acts as a hub that can link you to global brand websites as well as all of AGCO’s social sites

-New features such as news feeds, social propriety feeds and calendars help keep you in-the-know. The “news-style” layout makes the AGCO Blog kind of like your own personal ag newspaper

We pride ourselves on providing you with up-to-date news on our company, products, people and industry. I encourage you to leave feedback on the blog posts and to tell us what you would like to see us cover in the future.   Send the blog to your friends too and get them involved by clicking on “share” in the upper left corner!

Blog visitor, Marcel, commented “Enjoy the fresh look. I loved this content. Thanks a lot for your great page.”  What do you think of the new layout? What else can we do to improve YOUR blog?

3 Responses to “Extreme Home Makeover: Blog Edition”

  • I love the new layout! AGCO is keeping everyone informed of the latest news and that is awesome! Great Job to all of you!

  • John:

    Why are you guys excluding Gleaner in the tabs? Are you forgetting where your roots come from? AGCO (Allis Gleaner Company)??

  • Sue Otten:

    Thanks Mitch!
    Hi John, the Gleaner brand is under our “Harvesting” tab, so all the stories & support of our harvesting products can be together in one easy searchable area.

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