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Sep 6, 2020

Editor’s Note: You’re Missing All the Good Stuff

Maggie Washo

Photography By

Hunter Kostylo
If a picture is worth 1000 words, how many words is a video worth? And how much does that cost? These are the things that swirl through my mind when I’m wide awake at 4 a.m., contemplating how media has changed so drastically in the last 14 years

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I remember looking at Google Analytics a few years ago and noticing how many people were viewing our website on a desktop/tablet/phone. Boy have those numbers changed, so we, too, are evolving.

The magazine in your mailbox every month will always be the crown jewel, but if you aren’t following us on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and TikTok, you’re missing most of our content. Our Instagram and Facebook stories take you on the journey we embark on every month as we plan out the issue and make it happen. We are somewhere new every day, photographing local celebs and business owners, staging fashion shoots, exploring gorgeous homes, trying out new restaurants and more. General silliness is always on the menu at C2, and we try to get as many people as possible to play along on our travels.

Our YouTube channel is home to hundreds of videos that chronicle special features in the magazine, interviews with the people we are highlighting and so much more. Look for even more videos to be hitting this channel in the near future.

If it’s 15-60 seconds of nonsense you’re after, be sure to follow us on TikTok. Until it’s either banned or purchased by Bill Gates, that is.

Enjoy our twelfth annual Love Affair with Food Issue and be sure to visit our social media channels to follow along on our day in Savannah with Eat it and Like It’s Jesse Blanco.

We’ve also got live interviews (and silly TikToks) with the bartenders who are featured on these pages, so watch for those on Facebook.

Have a wonderful September—and be sure to eat out often to support the local restaurants featured in this issue. 

Maggie Washo
Publisher / Editor-in-Chief

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