Friday Roundup

Friday Roundup: PHW Celebrates 1K Posts!

It’s been a long time in the making, but with this post, PHW has reached a social media milestone – 1,000 published blog posts! Our oldest post dates to March 2007, advertising a lecture by Christopher Owens of Reworks, Inc. The blog was not on a regular posting schedule until a website facelift in February 2012. Two years later, we outgrew our mailing list for the blog posts and transferred to MailChimp as our weekly email service in December 2014. This year with the pandemic, we have now increased our posts across all social media – the blog, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. It’s been a journey to reach this point as we experimented with content and formats. Thank you for being with us as PHW stepped into the digital realm!

As a thank you to our readers, we are holding a small contest for some thank you gifts. Comment on this post or any of our social media channels by Wednesday, October 7 for a chance to win one of five prize packs! This includes the 2019 Winchester: Limestone, Sycamores & Architecture book, a vintage Apple Blossom pin, and a notecard pack featuring Winchester buildings. Winners will be selected at random, and you only need to comment once to be entered. The winners will be selected by Friday, October 9. Thank you for being one of our followers, and good luck in the drawing!

2 thoughts on “Friday Roundup: PHW Celebrates 1K Posts!”

  1. Way to go! Glad you are working more and more on social media. It is definitely the futures.

  2. SO thankful for your weekly posts in The Time of Covid. Never miss a one, and often share it with over a dozen or so folks. In our humble opinion, PHW’s existence is vital to our community and our city’s integrity, and your devotion to regular communication and engagement is brilliant – a little bit of normalcy in these challenging times.
    Don & Dolly Vachon

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