Have you ever noticed that going online is like walking into a crowded pub? There’s so much happening and, in the midst of it all, you have to try to find your friends – or in the case of the internet – try to find out the things you want to know. Well, that’s how I see it anyway … I can get lost online for hours without finding any articles and tips with meaningful information.
That’s where PCHTips.com comes in. Whenever I visit PCHTips it’s like that crowded barroom of the world wide web turns into Cheers and Cliff Clavin is there with his “little known facts” and a proverbial “Norm!” that lets me know I’m welcome!
I always think of Cheers when I get that “welcome” feeling. It’s one of my favorite shows – like PCHTips is one of my favorite websites. What are some of yours? — Wait — before you answer, tell me — have you ever visited PCHTips? It’s brimming with personality — just like the Cheers characters — and I think that each of them would find articles and tips they love.
There are 15 categories on PCHTips – Sweepstakes, Healthy Living, Cooking, Bed & Bath, Gardening, Inspirational, Pets, Games, Seasonal, Personal Finance, Tools, Coins, Book/Audio/Video, Jewelry and Collectibles – and I think they all fit in with the Cheers gang. Here’s How …
Sam was all about baseball so he’d love articles like “Tips for Starting a Brand-Specific Memorabilia Collection” and “The Value of Baseball Cards”.
Woody liked his gambling and would enjoy the Games section. “How to Play 3 Card Brag” and “Mastering the Art of the Scratch Ticket” would be right up his alley. And although he was voted smartest student in school, I don’t think it would hurt him to look at the article, “Foods to Boost Your Brain Power”, do you?
Frasier, a licensed Psychiatrist, would read articles like “How Your Life Experiences May Affect Anxiety and Depression” and “The Health Benefits of Happiness”.
… and last, but not least is Carla… With eight children, she had to be a good cook and would reference articles and tips on things like “How to Make Delicious Meatloaf” and “How to Make Your Own Tomato Sauce”.
As you can see, there really is something for everyone at PCHTips! What about you? What are some of your favorites? Take a look at PCHTips.com to find out and let me know below!
And on behalf of the PCHBlog and PCHTips let me say that “We’re always glad you came”!