Get Social With Publishers Clearing House!

I have a confession to make. I’m not much of a party person. (And when I do go to a social gathering, you’d never see me with a lampshade on my head.)

Social Media Overview

But with all of the developments on the internet, I have found a NEW APPRECIATION for GETTING “SOCIAL.” With Facebook I can keep in touch with my daughter in college as well as old friends. I can instantly see how the people in my life are doing. I’m amazed how technology has allowed all of us to stay better connected.

Publishers Clearing House is making the most of these new opportunities — making it easy for you connect with us using Facebook, Twitter and PCH blogging sites.

How do you see yourself connecting with Publishers Clearing House? Everybody dreams of “connecting” with the Prize Patrol, of course. Who wouldn’t? The idea of having Dave Sayer knock on your door with a millionaire-making fortune is enough to get just about anyone to smile.

Well, Dave is a regular PCHblog contributor and you can join his “social circle” when you visit the PCHblog and read one of his blog postings.

Get ready! Here are all the places you can connect with PCH “socially” on the internet:

Where to get a little “FACE TIME” on Facebook with Publishers Clearing House!

Stay connected with us on Twitter!

PCH Gives New Meaning To The Term “Social Service”!

For decades, folks all across America have been hearing about great opportunities to win from Publishers Clearing House. But now thanks to social media like Facebook and blogs, WE CAN HEAR FROM YOU!  And that will help us provide you with even more exciting opportunities to win and get rewarded!

Join in the fun and let us hear what you have to say! These are perfect places to ask questions and offer your own ideas!

Do you frequent the PCH or PCHSearch&Win blogs? Have you visited a PCH Fan page? Let us know which social site you enjoy the most!

“Socially” yours,

Elliott M.

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Lauralee Hensley said...

I think I like this Blog and FB page the most. I also like PCHgames and in the future if you can message a PCHgames friend directly through a PCHgames link that would be great.

maria estrella platecki said...

im very excited here evryday im vising my facebook i check my message there and im very happy cause maam danielle reply my message and she great me happy birthday im very proud all of you especilally your company is the greatest gift for me on my birtday is on november 16.i really enjoy here playing games entering my sweeptsteek,lotto and espeally game in pch sear&win

Valenda Johnson said...

I enjoy all of the blogs… and try very hard not to miss one… Although, I don’t use many…I have a greater appreciation for the “Social Networks”… Thank PCH for being the only website I know that offers several ways to connect with others and share fun,interest,informative and inspiring… stories, issues, etc… Keep up the great work!

Bethie Biffany said...

Thank you so much for all the information. I am new at the computer and alot of things I have learned to do is with help from friends and family or just trying to figure it out on my own. Recently, Victoria Zimmerman helped me with the PCH Prize Bar. I love PCH. All of it. I enjoy the sweepstakes,(still waiting for that knock at my door) the lotto, the diamond slots, PCH Tips etc,and I really enjoy reading the blogs. Thank you for it all. Happy Thanksgiving to all at Publishers Clearing House.

Nancy Sexton said...

Oh joy joy!! What a joy to be able to share in the PCH social butterfly network!!

God bless everyone!


Maureen Sousa said...

I have connected to PCH through this PCH blog & also now on Facebook although I am not that Facebook savy ( never mind ) computer savy…

but I appreciate this social connection with this company…

I have entered in the past with my Mom just through the mail… but now with the internet & this social network I feel moreso that PCH is a REAL entity with sincere people working there… you never got that feeling in the past…through the mail…

I feel as if I know ALL of you, through your postings on this blog & also through Facebook…I love the personal touch…

Just the fact that some of you respond to our blogs & messages makes for a personal relationship with your company..& also with a lot of us out there that are fans… as we sometimes get talking ourselves with each other… brings on that much more a personal connection.

Thanks again PCH for a GREAT job keeping us feeling a part of your whole company..


a nice touch in this world today..

Keep up the Good work..

dwayne dixon said...

i wan to be the winner for the november 30th in i will be reded
for you to knock my door for the pize patrol ok os i will see you ok.
in i want you to come to house
in i will be home ok i will be happy to see you dave

Maureen said...

I like all your blogs and your facebook pages. I really like your slot game because I like simple stuff. Plus with simple games it gives me time to play and have me time and than study. Thankyou for the slot games :) and answering any questions I had. Thank you for your funny blog today.

Linda Giannone said...

I like this blog the best! I also love connecting with PCH on Facebook. Social media would also be great for the the elderly and for people who can’t get around much. A great way to stay connected to the world around us. I love it

DeLayne Perry said...

hahaha! Is that really you in the picture..Elliot? I’ll answer… TAURUS!!! and for>> How do you see yourself connecting with Publishers Clearing House? The answer is “EVERY WAY I CAN!!” EST is now 11/11/11 … All you PCH troopers have a ggrrreat day!

Mrs. A.T. said...

This made me smile. PCH sites are the only ones I have ever blogged on. I can say what’s on my mind at the time. Then again it may not be a good thing to say what’s on my mind at the time. HA! PCH has taught me to check emails, blog, facebook, ect…I go to every site I know of. I’m not that social but my husband is very outgoing and funny so it evens out for us! Thank you PCH for lessons taught.

Jennifer carter said...

if i had won i would not want all of the money i would share my winnings with others who are like me.i always sort of thought like this,i do not need all of that money,just enough to help out my family and get up on my feet to survive and enjoy life.the rest will go to people in need,this is not about striking it rich it is about finally recieving a good home for my family and and living life to it,s fullest,the house i want is under 60,000 dollars and need some work but it is in a good area for my babies ,and that is all we need.

shemikca wright said...

well,elliot m, if you are not that socialat partys try this joking song to see who heard what you said prtend you are tipsy with and if they look at you laugh real hard…DASHING THRU THE SNOW,WIHT ONE HORSE AND AN OPEN SLAY,yell…wait a minute what happen to poor rudolph? why santa claus riding with a half empy slay? oh yeah one kid says…santahad to pay half his slay insurance cause rudolph bulb busted while one of the other reindeer ran over grandma lastchristmas eve… laughing at dotson accusing two of santas elvesof being toy thives…