A New Look For PCH Fan Page — It’s About “Time”!

If you use Facebook, you’ve probably noticed by now that it has given itself a “Facelift” with the new Facebook Timeline format. It’s all in the hopes that it will help you tell the story of your life better, while you enjoy the stories of your favorite friends, companies and organizations.

We believe that the Facebook Timeline on the PCH Fan Page will help you enjoy the Publishers Clearing House story more. Our story is rich in history, rich in innovation and, well, making people rich!

Also, we think we have a wonderful story to share with you. A story of a small family owned business that started in a Long Island basement and became one of America’s most iconic companies.

Here are just a few of the pieces of Publishers Clearing House history we’ll be able to share with you with the help of Timeline:

  • Our history: When did we award our first prize? When did the Prize Patrol make its first appearance? And who was our very first millionaire winner?
  • Publishers Clearing House’s charitable work. Did you know that about 40% of all PCH profits go to help deserving charities? With the help of the new Facebook Timeline, you’ll be able to learn about  our Good As Gold winners, folks who get an exciting visit from the Prize Patrol because of the charitable work they are doing
  • Historic PCH photos
  • Notable newspaper clippings of sweepstakes winners and winning moments
  • Vintage PCH mailers
  • PCH employee Our House newsletters from the past that highlight company history and people

How’s The Facebook Timeline Format Different?

The first change is, of course, the Timeline. At the top right of the Fan Page you see the word “Now” and a Timeline that moves back in time to “Founded.” Click on any time period to learn more about PCH during that segment.

See the photo at the top of this blog for the new location of the tabs, also known as “apps.” With Timeline, only three tab panels are viewable at any given time. To see more “apps,” just expand the tab panel by clicking the drop-down box.

Want to access the fun tabs even faster?  When you’re visiting a tab, you can click on the arrow to reveal a “drop down menu” right next to the PCH logo at the top of the Fan Page. This will reveal the rest of the page’s tabs, so that you can visit the next game with just one click.

Want to see recent posts by fellow fans? Just look to the right now. Also, at the right, you’ll see the Fan Pages that Publishers Clearing House has “LIKED.” You can trust that the news and information on these “LIKED” Fan Pages is reliable and accurate.

Need To Get Private With PCH?

A handy new feature of the Facebook Timeline format is the ability to send messages to Publishers Clearing House. Have a question? Just click the “MESSAGE” button to send us a message. An official PCH representative will respond to your request for information.

So, enjoy spending “TIME” with the new PCH Fan Page. We hope you “LIKE” all the exciting changes. You can also see a quick overview of the new layout and how to use it by watching Danielle Lam’s video.

Sincerely,

Elliott M.


36 thoughts on “A New Look For PCH Fan Page — It’s About “Time”!”

  1. angie sly says:

    Yes,yes,yes

  2. patty ann bowser says:

    Will you tell us about the Congressional hearings in January 1999?

  3. Regina woodard says:

    Hu PCH pulishers, my name is Regina woodard. I really like looking up stuff on your site. I enjoy the information I find. Its been very informative, and educational. Iwant to share that if I win any money through your site. I woul share with children. They tend ti appreciate me more. I love children. I take care of five children everyday. Ive helped my family all my life. They did.t appreciate my sevice. If I won any money. I would travel. Ive been in Cleveland all my life. I would pay off debt I owe. Ive never been on a plane. U would like to someday. I proud of of what Ive done for others, however they dont give back. People only think about themselves. I have the LOVE of God, Im always helping others. I pray that I will be blessed to leave home, and meet other people, see how they live. Thank you for allowing me to comment. Bye for now, Reginawoodard.

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  5. Im still learning how to search& win everybody thinks I’m waisting my time but they don’t know I told them oneday ill meet the prize patrol team. I just a gotta keep searching Mabel one of my numbers will win

  6. Julie DeSimone says:

    I am your next winner can feel it!

  7. shaiyia fraser says:

    have anybody ever won the car are the house are the 25,000

    1. Victoria At PCH Victoria At PCH says:

      Hi Shaiyia,

      As indicated in the Official Rules for this sweepstakes, various presentations of this Giveaway using various prizes/prize values may have been presented to the public. The winning entry will be eligible for the prize configuration promoted in the Bulletin or pch.com offer from which it comes. A winner’s prize may be supplemented up to the maximum amount of the Giveaway at PCH’s option. Also, please note that PCH gives away money that you can use toward a car or a house, winners don’t get a house or a car.

      Victoria At PCH

  8. shaiyia fraser says:

    i cant wait till its my time to win thanks for giving me the chance

  9. I am a user of Facebook and now with the New Timeline. Likewise here. I am Muliyani Made with initial MM Giveaway 1830 wanted to go and see New Timeline Publishing Clearing House. So hopefully I get a chance to open the New Timeline so that the PCH can see all the series history that are here and want to be a new opportunity. Thank you.

  10. Joyce Hess says:

    I like this, gives me more insight on pch and the people that work for them and the ones that did. I enjoy getting to know people and them showing they care.

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