In My Humble Opinion Radio Show Launches New Website

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Vinegar Hill caught up with our media partner Charles Lewis from ‘In My Humble Opinion’ radio show to discuss the launch of their new website. Check out a brief Q&A here.

VH: Why did you all change the website?

IMHO: It’s our first official website! As part of growth from beginning with social media (including YouTube)- we saw the need to take that step.

VH: What are some of the new features?

IMHO: This is our landing page of sorts. All access to all of our mediums, and centralized info for those seeking more info about us.

VH: What do you hope to accomplish with the new site?

IMHO: The site will give a polished & professional look. Social media is the wave, but credible business still has their own controlled channels to be reached through.

VH: Shout out who you worked with for the website.

IMHO: Young, up & coming Web Developer is now managing our website/online content. Brother named Matthew Thurston. DJ Illustrious designed the IMHO logo.

Be sure to go check out the new ‘In My Humble Opinion’ website >> HERE.

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