CannaTruths Revamp Rolls On: Updated Sights, Sounds Begin To Sprout Throughout Social Media Circles

Depending on how closely you pay attention to the pages, websites, apps, and sounds associated with CannaTruths, you have likely noticed some new and improved changes through the social media streams for the show.

And even more visual updates and creative makeovers are in store as the CannaTruths revamp rolls on.

One significant (and much-needed) update to the official website now correctly lists and links all archived episode of the program under the main tab’s “Episode Guide,” from the pilot podcast in December 2011 to the latest broadcast uploaded in April 2016.

In addition to the WordPress changes, the show’s traditional PodOmatic profile and all-new YouTube channel have also been updated and improved, including brand new social media buttons and up-to-date links and information (Episode 54, which did not upload at the original time of recording due to technical difficulties, is also now available as a free download — and will do so automatically once subscribed to the show — through the official iTunes Store.

Both the Facebook and Twitter pages for CannaTruths have seen some changes as well, and the broadcast is also available for follows and interaction though the program’s Instagram page.

As with many construction sites, major changes can often take quite a bit of time to occur.

But with time, perception becomes reality when the job is complete and the crew moves on to the next job site.

The same rings true with CannaTruths and the show’s plethora of social media pages, profiles, apps, and more.

Stay tuned, folks; there are even MORE changes and EPIC improvements on the horizon.

And keep your eyes and ears peeled: the program will soon be returning to the podcast airwaves and YouTube live streams in the very near future.

Until we speak again, thank you as always for all the love and support — catch you guys soon…


Denton Ramsey may be reached via email at CannaTruths@gmail.com.

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