Why Share?

You will see that when you are signed in to the npj Biofilms and Microbiomes Community, you will be given the option to Share posts and videos via social media. Here's why you should do this...

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Aug 05, 2015
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These days, no researcher wanting to make themselves and their work known to the widest possible audience is without a social media presence.

Using social media to share the insights into biofilms and microbiomes research provided via the npj Biofilms and Microbiomes Community is your opportunity to further raise your profile within the wider scientific community. It helps you to be seen as someone with valuable insight to share in this field of research.

Luckily, it couldn’t be easier to share:

  1. When looking at a post or video you’ll see a Share button
  2. Click it and select your preferred social media channel:
    - Facebook
    - Google+
    - LinkedIn
    - Twitter
  3. Whichever you click on, you’ll be taken direct to the social media site, with much of the post automatically created. Simply edit it as required and share
  4. Repeat for all relevant social media channels!

Share npj Biofilms and Microbiomes Community posts and videos to attract new Facebook friends, Google+ 'people', LinkedIn connections and Twitter followers! Why not share your favourites now?

Go to the profile of Jen Thoroughgood

Jen Thoroughgood

Former Head of Communities, Springer Nature

I'm no longer with Springer Nature so please send your community-related queries to communities@nature.com. Thanks!

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