Patch Office Hours, and Making Patch Work for You
Let me show you all the ways you can utilize Greendale Patch. Trust me, it's easy!
As many of you are aware, I'm in town all the time, but I'm here and there, and sometimes it's tough to find me. So I'll periodically be scheduling weekly office hours, in a place where you can easily find me. And I’ll tell you in advance where I’ll be.
For the most part I'll be scheduling office hours at Broad Street Coffee in the Village Center Fridays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. If anything changes I'll make sure to tell you in advance on Facebook or on the Patch calendar of events. Otherwise send me an e-mail or call just to make sure.
This week I'll be at Broad Street Coffee from noon to about 3 p.m. on Friday. Stop by and say hello! Bring your story ideas, bring your complaints, bring your thoughts on Greendale, Patch and anything else you'd like to talk about. I can show you how to make Patch work for you and I’ll have some Patch goodies for you. I'll even treat you to some coffee.
But wait, there’s more …
Patch Boot Camp
There's a lot you, your business and your organization can do on Greenfield Patch! You can list events and make announcements - for free. You can write a blog! You can claim your listing and get great access to your customer base. And of course, you can advertise.
Want some basic training? I'm happy to do a Patch boot camp session anywhere, at any time. Call me at 414-218-5812, email email@example.com, or stop by my office hours.
Claim Your Listing
Businesses, you should claim your listings! It's easy and FREE. Just find your listing in the "Places" area, look under the photo box, and click on "Do you own or manage this location? Claim it!"
A form will open up, you fill it out, and usually within hours (once you're approved), you'll be in a universe you can't otherwise reach. You can find your customers, email them, add new stuff, specials, photos, and more, all for free. And if that’s not reason enough.
So mark your calendars, and remember, I’m the girl with the big Patch laptop wanting to talk with any stranger who says “Hey!”