NYSG's Social Media Review: January - December 2015
If you are a subscriber to our e-list, www.nyseagrant.org/nycoastlines, then you're already probably aware that you didn't receive an issue of our flagship publication, NY Coastlines / Currents. Fear not, though: You will receive issues again starting in 2016.
We generally publish our e-newsletter 1-2 times a year, but in taking a break from in 2015 we stepped up our news and announcements here on our Web site as well as on social media.
Here's where you can find our latest coastal science news via www.nyseagrant.org ...
Homepage Tabs: In addition to what's featured in the rotating image bar, new content is quickly indexed in this section on our Homepage—top New York Sea Grant news stories are filed under "Featured" and new social media entries can be found respectively under the "YouTube," "Blog," "Facebook" and "Twitter" tabs. Some users who are not yet subscribers of our social media platforms find these tabs useful. And its a plus if after perusing the content in these tabs encourages folks to start following us on any and all of those platforms.
Currents: This section of our Homepage offers any new announcements as well as the best ways to stay connected to NYSG and its content, which, from the looks of our #TrendingTopics area, ranges from clean/safe boating and coastal youth education to climate change, seafood safety and many other topics in-between.
News: Subscribe to our RSS news feed alert feature for our Currents (News) and / or Press Releases via the orange and white button found in the "Follow Us" section at the top of any page on our Web site. The links to these news feeds are, respectively, www.nyseagrant.org/rss/currents and www.nyseagrant.org/rss/pressreleases.
Funding Opportunities: You can keep tabs on our
fellowships and requests for proposals at www.nyseagrant.org/proposals or via our RSS news feed alert feature, www.nyseagrant.org/rss/fundingopportunities.
Social Media: Also found in the "Follow Us section at the top of any page on our Web site are links to our social media channels: Facebook (www.facebook.com/nyseagrant), Twitter (www.twitter.com/nyseagrant) and YouTube (www.youtube.com/nyseagrant).
Speaking of social media, it was one of the primary ways we communicated with our users in 2015. Below are embedded versions of one of our most popular features on both Facebook and Twitter: "Sea Grant's Social Media Review," a thorough newsletter-like compilation of news you may have missed from New York Sea Grant and other NOAA line offices over the course of a week to a month's time ...
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