West Hollywood Patch just hit 1,111 likes on its Facebook page.
Somehow, that feels like a magical number, so we thought we'd celebrate it.
As Sally Field might say, “You like us, you really like us.”
And Weho Patch wants to say, “Thank you, we really thank you.”
We’re glad you like us and are happy to provide a place for the community to come together.
If you haven’t already liked us on Facebook, please do so. Let’s see how quickly we can add 111 more likes to that 1,111 likes to hit 1,222.
In the meantime, while we’re moving toward that magical 1,222, here are 11 ways (gotta keep with the theme) you can get more involved with Weho Patch.
1. Get the newsletter
Sign up for the West Hollywood Patch newsletter. It will deliver all the articles and announcements that have been posted in the last 24 hours to you email every morning. CLICK here to sign up for the Weho Patch newsletter.
2. Get Connected
Become a . Weho Patch has an active stable of bloggers, but we’re always looking for more. Whether you are a resident in search of an established local platform or already blogging and looking for a wider audience, we want you!
4. Share your news:
If you're celebrating births, weddings, accomplishments, etc., go to our announcements section, accessible from the homepage. Or post your events to our events calendar, by clicking "Post Your Own Event" from the homepage. Both announcements and event listings are free.
5. Find Volunteer Opportunities
Visit our Volunteer page to see volunteer opportunities in the community or to post info about groups seeking volunteers.
6. List your business
Claim the listing for your business or organization by emailing us at email@example.com. If you own or manage a business/organization in our directory, you can claim it to post photos and update information. Best of all, it's free!
7. Get Breaking News Alerts
Breaking News alerts will make sure you know about the most important news first.
8. Upload your own
From videos and photos of a fire hydrant erupting to a night out on the town to something unusual that happened on the street, we want it. Share what you've caught on camera with the rest of the community.
9. Join the conversation
Every news story has a comment section, so post your reactions or questions. Tell us what you think on any number of topics.
10. Letter to the Editor
Express your thoughts/concerns about anything that might be stirring up talk around town and we'll post it. Make sure you Letter to the Editor is no longer than 400 words and email it to Editor James Mills at JFMills777@gmail.com
11. Advertise With Us
For all advertising queries, please email our Advertising Manager, Evan Atkinson at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (818) 207-4523.