Coral Reef NOAA
 
July 23, 2014  

CRCP Social Media



What is Social Media?

Social Media integrates technology, social interaction, and content creation, using the "wisdom of crowds" to collaboratively connect online information. Through social media, people or groups can create, organize, edit, comment on, combine, and share content.

Read more about social media from usa.gov

 

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RSS Feeds

Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is a family of web formats used to publish frequently updated digital content. Subscribe to our syndicated feed and never miss another CRCP 'Corals in the News' update.

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Facebook

Facebook is a social networking website where users can connect and interact with other people. We typically post something new on our Facebook Wall at least twice a week to keep you up-to-date with CRCP news and information.

Writing on our Facebook Wall

We encourage fans to write on the CRCP Facebook Wall; however, any content posted to the Wall that meets the following criteria will be deleted:

  • Contains vulgar language, personal attacks of any kind, or offensive terms that target specific ethnic or racial groups
  • Promotes products or services (non-commercial links that are relevant to the NOAA Coral Reef Conservation Program are acceptable)
  • Is far off topic (i.e., not within the scope of the NOAA Coral Reef Conservation Program)
  • Makes unsupported accusations

Comments will not be edited to remove unacceptable content; the comments will just be deleted.

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AddThis

AddThis is a content sharing platform. It provides end users a simple and easy way to share content across the social web, and provides publishers with increased web traffic and in-depth social analytics. The CRCP utlilizes AddThis to allow visitors to our site to easily share our content on social media venues, email, etc.

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