Climate Change Social Media

Climate Change Social Media: what better way to stay connected?

With the various types of social media listed below, you could receive the latest news regarding climate change as well as some interesting posts.

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Currently, my website lies in the top 1% of all websites and it had only been founded on August 20, 2011.

Without a doubt, my use of social media has helped my website a lot and hence the reason why I decided to have this particular page, Climate Change Social Media.

If you ever create a new business, I highly recommend the use of sites such as the ones listed below. In this day and age, it is vital. In fact, some business experts say that certain businesses will not survive if they do not have a strong presence online.

Facebook  Youtube  Twitter  RSS  Search

Facebook

My Facebook Page has over 190,000 likes!

Please visit my page and press the "Like" button. By doing so, you will be informed with the latest news as well as posts by other visitors.

Of all the social media my website is associated with, Facebook is the one I use the most. In other words, you will get my most detailed updates as well as my most recent ones in this social media.

Also, if you search "Climate Change Guide" on Facebook, you will find it.

YouTube

My YouTube Channel has over 200,000 views and over 1,000 subscribers!

Please subscribe to my channel. By subscribing, you will receive updates on my latest videos and posts.

Here is a sample of one of my videos. Enjoy!

Twitter

My Twitter Page has over 5,000 followers!

Please follow me on Twitter to receive updates regarding my site.

I have added a very nice background image of which I am quite proud of. I will not post as many updates here as I do on Facebook however.

LinkedIn

My LinkedIn Profile has over 5,000 connections!

You may add me as a connection or write a recommendation.

PInterest

I joined PInterest recently but you could follow me there too :)

PInterest is one of the newest social media sites on the Internet and allows you to share photos.

GooglePlus

I even have a GooglePlus Page, can you believe it?

I don't use this one too much though and I occasionally post there. Of course, you may still add me to your circles if you wish.

Importance of Climate Change Social Media

Social media has been extremely important so far and I plan on increasing my presence online. Notably, the Facebook Page has done really well and I my goal is to get 200,000 likes before the end of 2015.

In general, we need to all use social media in order to raise awareness.

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