Social Networking UpdateBy Danielle BrigidaNational Wildlife Federationbrigidad@nwf.org
I’m a Wildlife and Technology Geek
Changes in Communication        47% in the U.S.      use a smartphone…
Quick Poll of the Audience1)   Facebook2)   Twitter3)   LinkedIn4)   YouTube5)   Blog6)   Smartphone
Typical Behaviors on Social Media         Social Media Participation Chart by Oversocialized
Beyond the BuzzwordsIt’s a new way to do old business.
Proof in the NumbersFacebook:      1 billionTwitter:       500+ millionLinkedIn:      175 millionGoogle Plus:   100 millio...
Social Media Platforms
Page, Group, Profile
An average user is connected to 80community pages, groups and events
Facebook Page
Facebook Group
Profile
Understanding Facebook Terminology• Status – Update your friends with links, photos, or info• Admin – Person who runs a pa...
Twitter Profile
Start with the Basics:http://search.twitter.com                www.prnewsonline.com
Real time Search Results
Allows me to catch this…
YouTube
YouTube• Over 800 million unique users visit YouTube  each month• Over 4 billion hours of video are watched each  month on...
LinkedIn –Professional Network
Inmaps.linkedinlabs.comUnderstand Your Network
What does social media mean for         businesses?
Knowing Your audiencesNational WildlifeFederationForest Justice CampaignCertified WildlifeHabitat Page
Creating Content Worth Sharing
Organizing Connections and Outreach Organize Friends, Followers and Fans
Learning from the Community@klsnature
Identify and Engage Leaders
Strengthening Programs
Strengthening Programs
Using Visual Aids
How do YOU use it?•   Keep up with family•   Catch up with old friends•   Read meaningful articles•   Connect with other p...
Keep on Top of Privacy• Terms of Service• Community  guidelines• Privacy Policy
Just Remember to Be Human
Bring Value to the        Web…• Maintaining relationships• Serve as a resource• Offer ways to take action• Share photograp...
Questions?Danielle BrigidaNational Wildlife Federation@starfocusbrigidad@nwf.orgNetnaturalist.com              Judy N, Fli...
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  1. 1. Social Networking UpdateBy Danielle BrigidaNational Wildlife Federationbrigidad@nwf.org
  2. 2. I’m a Wildlife and Technology Geek
  3. 3. Changes in Communication 47% in the U.S. use a smartphone…
  4. 4. Quick Poll of the Audience1) Facebook2) Twitter3) LinkedIn4) YouTube5) Blog6) Smartphone
  5. 5. Typical Behaviors on Social Media Social Media Participation Chart by Oversocialized
  6. 6. Beyond the BuzzwordsIt’s a new way to do old business.
  7. 7. Proof in the NumbersFacebook: 1 billionTwitter: 500+ millionLinkedIn: 175 millionGoogle Plus: 100 millionInstagram: 100 millionFoursquare: 25 millionPinterest: 20 million
  8. 8. Social Media Platforms
  9. 9. Page, Group, Profile
  10. 10. An average user is connected to 80community pages, groups and events
  11. 11. Facebook Page
  12. 12. Facebook Group
  13. 13. Profile
  14. 14. Understanding Facebook Terminology• Status – Update your friends with links, photos, or info• Admin – Person who runs a page or group.• Wall – Public messaging on your profile• News Feed – Where you can view friend/page updates• Insights – Facebook page analytics• Timeline – Feature the allows you to add important life experiences• Tagging – Type the "@" symbol. Select the friend, page, event, group or app you want to tag from the drop- down menu.
  15. 15. Twitter Profile
  16. 16. Start with the Basics:http://search.twitter.com www.prnewsonline.com
  17. 17. Real time Search Results
  18. 18. Allows me to catch this…
  19. 19. YouTube
  20. 20. YouTube• Over 800 million unique users visit YouTube each month• Over 4 billion hours of video are watched each month on YouTube• 72 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every minute
  21. 21. LinkedIn –Professional Network
  22. 22. Inmaps.linkedinlabs.comUnderstand Your Network
  23. 23. What does social media mean for businesses?
  24. 24. Knowing Your audiencesNational WildlifeFederationForest Justice CampaignCertified WildlifeHabitat Page
  25. 25. Creating Content Worth Sharing
  26. 26. Organizing Connections and Outreach Organize Friends, Followers and Fans
  27. 27. Learning from the Community@klsnature
  28. 28. Identify and Engage Leaders
  29. 29. Strengthening Programs
  30. 30. Strengthening Programs
  31. 31. Using Visual Aids
  32. 32. How do YOU use it?• Keep up with family• Catch up with old friends• Read meaningful articles• Connect with other passionate people• Organize resources• Share projects
  33. 33. Keep on Top of Privacy• Terms of Service• Community guidelines• Privacy Policy
  34. 34. Just Remember to Be Human
  35. 35. Bring Value to the Web…• Maintaining relationships• Serve as a resource• Offer ways to take action• Share photography and art• Get critiqued• Gather data• Respond quickly to Issues• Identify leaders• Communicate and learn
  36. 36. Questions?Danielle BrigidaNational Wildlife Federation@starfocusbrigidad@nwf.orgNetnaturalist.com Judy N, Flickr

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