WhatcomTalk is a digital media company sharing positive stories about people, places and businesses in Whatcom County. WhatcomTalk offers content marketing and online options to advertise in Bellingham, Ferndale, Lynden, and beyond.  Advertise with WhatcomTalk to reach your target market, grow your brand, and measure results.

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Making Connections, Not ‘Content’ Series: Bricks vs. Tamales

Making human connections on digital devices is what we do at WhatcomTalk. Finding yourself talking...

Make Connections, Not ‘Content’ Series: Cross a River on a Hippo

Making human connections on digital devices is what we do at WhatcomTalk. We are seeing...

Making Contact Series: Make Connections, Not ‘Content’

Making human connections on digital devices is what we do at WhatcomTalk. We are seeing...

Making Contact Series: Build a List, Send Email

Staying connected has become everyone’s goal. We live here too, and are inspired by the stories we’re sharing...

Making Contact Series: Use Social Media Tools

Staying connected has become everyone’s goal. We live here too, and are inspired by the stories we’re sharing...

Making Contact Series: Send Press Releases

Staying connected has become everyone’s goal. We live here too, and are inspired by the stories we’re...

Post Local and Live Local: Find Resources Today Through WhatcomTalk’s Online Information Hub

WhatcomTalk has always connected readers to local businesses and positive stories happening all around Whatcom County. We live here, too, and—like you—want to...

WhatcomTalk Welcomes Amy Guerra, Business Development and Storytelling Pro

WhatcomTalk is proud to announce Amy Guerra has joined its team as a business development and storytelling pro. “Amy is...

The Top 10 WhatcomTalk Stories in 2019, Plus Our Writers’ Favorite Features

In January of 2019, the WhatcomTalk team celebrated its 5th birthday, which means we just hit our next milestone! That's six full...

Join WhatcomTalk’s Sales Team

Sell a product that customers love. Put your entrepreneurial spirit to work in Bellingham and Whatcom County.

WhatcomTalk Looking for Freelance Writers to Join Our Growing Team

WhatcomTalk is expanding its writing team. Join our team of paid, professional writers that live, work and play in Whatcom County.

WhatcomTalk Seeks Sales Professionals for Business Development

Sell a product that customers love Put your entrepreneurial spirit to work in Bellingham and Whatcom County

WhatcomTalk Is Hiring Freelance Business Writers

WhatcomTalk is expanding our writing team to include additional business writers. Join our group of paid, professional writers as a freelancer...

WhatcomTalk Team Members Nominated for Bellingham Regional Chamber Man and Woman of the Year

WhatcomTalk is proud to announce that two team members – founder Stacee Sledge and business development manager Kevin Coleman – have been nominated for...

WhatcomTalk Hiring Freelance Business Writers

WhatcomTalk is expanding our writing team to include additional business writers. Join our group of paid, professional writers as a freelance business writer on our growing team....

WhatcomTalk 2017 Year in Review

It's hard to believe that 2017 is already coming to a close. The old saying, "Time flies when you're having fun," is really true....

WhatcomTalk Writers’ Favorite Stories from 2017

Looking back, 2017 has been an exceptional year for WhatcomTalk. We have had the priveledge of featuring many stories about amazing people working to improve and...

WhatcomTalk Team Gathers to Excite and Energize

When we discovered that WhatcomTalk was one of the top four finalists for the Bellingham/Whatcom Chamber of Commerce Small Business of the Year award,...

Readers’ Choice: WhatcomTalk’s Most Read Stories in November

November saw the addition of many new and interesting stories to the pages of WhatcomTalk. Each month we like to take a look back at what most...

Readers’ Choice: WhatcomTalk’s Most Read Stories in October

October saw the addition of many new and interesting stories to the pages of WhatcomTalk. Each month we like to take a look back at what...

WhatcomTalk Seeks Bellingham Sales Professionals for Business Development Job

Sell a product that customers love. Put your entrepreneurial spirit to work in Bellingham and Whatcom County. Use your network to close deals and drive revenue. WhatcomTalk is the fastest...
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Readers’ Choice: WhatcomTalk’s Most Read Stories in August

August saw the addition of many new and interesting local reads to the pages of WhatcomTalk. Each month we like to take a look back...

Job Opening for WhatcomTalk Freelance Writer

WhatcomTalk is expanding its writing team. Join our team of paid, professional writers that live, work and play in Whatcom County. WhatcomTalk publishes positive stories...

Readers’ Choice: WhatcomTalk’s Most Read Stories in July

July saw the addition of many new and interesting local reads to the pages of WhatcomTalk. Each month we like to take a look...
WhatcomTalk's most read stories in June

Readers’ Choice: WhatcomTalk’s Most Read Stories in June

June saw the addition of many new and interesting local reads to the pages of WhatcomTalk. Each month we like to take a look...
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WhatcomTalk Opens 2017 – 2018 High School Internship Opportunity

WhatcomTalk has opened a limited internship opportunity to Whatcom County high school students interested in writing for our community social network. The internship will run...
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Readers’ Choice: WhatcomTalk’s Most Read Stories in May

May saw the addition of many new and interesting local reads to the pages of WhatcomTalk. Each month we like to take a look back...

WhatcomTalk Honored as Member of the Month by Ferndale Chamber of Commerce

During the April 2017 Ferndale Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon, ballots were left on each table with three nominees for Member of the Month....

Readers’ Choice: WhatcomTalk’s Most Read Stories in April

April saw the addition of many new and interesting local reads to the pages of WhatcomTalk. Each month we like to take a look...

Readers’ Choice: WhatcomTalk’s Most Read Stories in March

March saw the addition of many new and interesting local reads to the pages of WhatcomTalk. Each month we like to take a look...

Readers’ Choice: WhatcomTalk’s Most Read Stories in February

February saw the addition of many new and interesting local reads to the pages of WhatcomTalk. Each month we like to take a look...

Readers’ Choice: WhatcomTalk’s Most Read Stories in January

January was a fun, if admittedly frigid, month. It saw the addition of many new and interesting local reads to the pages of WhatcomTalk....

WhatcomTalk Announces 2016 Photo Contest Winners

Whatcom County is filled with talented people. The photos we received for the 2016 Photo Contest were each beautiful in their own unique way....
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WhatcomTalk Presents at Morning Jam

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WhatcomTalk 2016 Year In Review

In 2016, WhatcomTalk shared hundreds of stories about the people, businesses and organizations that make Whatcom County such an amazing place to live, work and...

Readers’ Choice: WhatcomTalk’s Most-Read Stories in November

As autumn descended into winter, our readers enjoyed cuddling up with a good WhatcomTalk read. There was plenty to choose from this month. These...

WhatcomTalk Publishes 1,000th Article

As a wordsmith, you may be surprised to hear that I love round numbers.  The numbers I love the most are milestones that we hit from...
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Readers’ Choice: WhatcomTalk’s Most-Read Stories in October

With autumn in full swing, our readers enjoyed looking at the interesting stories of people who choose to call Whatcom County home.  These were...
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Readers’ Choice: WhatcomTalk’s Most-Read Stories in September

Heading into fall, WhatcomTalk readers shifted their interests to stories profiling people, rather than activities.  These were our readers’ favorite stories published in September. Dining...

WhatcomTalk’s Stacee Sledge Nominated as Professional Woman of the Year

When we found out that Whatcom Women in Business nominated WhatcomTalk Community Manager Stacee Sledge as Professional Woman of the Year, we weren’t surprised. Since...
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