SouthSoundTalk’s Community Social Network Creates Community Conversations

Social media sites aren’t just a good way to connect friends and family, they are also a great tool for linking neighbors to other people in their community.

On SouthSoundTalk, we share positive stories about the people, businesses and organizations that make Pierce Cotunty a great place to live, work and play.

After sharing this article about Old Milwaukee Cafe on Facebook, our readers didn't hesitate to show their love for this popular Tacoma eatery.
After sharing this article about Old Milwaukee Cafe on Facebook, our readers didn’t hesitate to show their love for this popular Tacoma eatery. ©SouthSoundTalk.

Because we distribute all of our content via social media networks such as Facebook and Twitter, we create an inviting place where readers can easily like, share and comment on the articles and photos that we post.

As readers engage with our content, they generate comments, questions and — ultimately — conversations.

Here are a few ways that our content creates chatter among — and between — our readers:

  • A reader submitted photo might spark another reader’s interest in, and generate a conversation about, a new location.
  • An article about a farm stand might prompt a discussion about other local vendors selling fresh food and produce, spurring someone to shop with their neighborhood farmer.
  • An event post may inspire readers’ suggestions of similar events happening in the area or tips from readers who have visited the event before, ensuring a successful visit.
  • A historical article may stir a sentimental discussion about shared past experiences or connect friends long separated.
In addition to the post's 80 likes and 44 shares, our readers also took to the comments section to praise Old Milwaukee's owners and the cafe's food. A mother and son even planned a breakfast date.
In addition to the post’s 80 likes and 44 shares, our readers also took to the comments section to praise Old Milwaukee’s owners and the cafe’s food. A mother and son even planned a breakfast date. ©SouthSoundTalk.

Because we read all of the comments, questions and conversations submitted by our readers, SouthSoundTalk is also able to better understand the types of stories that our readers care about, ensuring that we create content our community is interested in reading.

So go ahead, comment on that scenic photo, share your favorite memory of an iconic place, tell us about an event we don’t know about, and let’s create some community chatter together.

SouthSoundTalk is a digital media company sharing positive stories about people, places and businesses in Pierce County. SouthSoundTalk offers content marketing and online options to advertise across our community social network in Tacoma, Puyallup, Lakewood, Gig Harbor and beyond. Advertise with SouthSoundTalk to reach your target market, grow your brand, and measure results. 

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