When you explore a new place, how do you process the new information? Whether I’m hiking a new trail, observing a stream or exploring a new social media site, I’ve noticed I behave similarly and try to react to my surroundings. I try to find my “niche” even if it’s as a quiet observer.
I tackle new situations by:
- Asking/Documenting Questions
- Assessing and Analyzing
I used this chart in a recent presentation to explain how I break down my time on social media.
I want to continue recording my experiences online and improve at capturing data so that others can learn quickly, what has taken me time to figure out.
I recently presented (the presentation below) to National Wildlife Federation’s social media users. It was a ton of information in a short time, but I’m hopeful that we can continue to tweak how we measure our success and map out future outreach and relationship building. I love that online allows us to connect with wildlife enthusiasts far and wide.
When you explore…what questions do you ask? How do you keep track of the information?
9 thoughts on “Exploring the Social Media Ecosystem”