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We have several social media networks you can join and get involved in. From YouTube to LinkedIn, we have the potential to engage a variety of interested groups in continuing the debates of progress, and get citizens involved in the changes needed for policy-makers. In particular, if you want to help with any or all the social media networks we have, please contact us by helping to engage communities. Connect to us, this is your debate!
Our Presence on Social Networks
Our Facebook presence includes a page, where we publish main WikiProgress updates, as well as large progress news. There is also a group where progress debates are open to everyone, and you can engage using the latest social media tools. Conduct polls, connect with others, send group emails and much more.
We use Twitter to disseminate global news in the world of progress and well-being from our network, and other organisations involved in progress. For international forums or online discussions, this is THE place to keep up with updates. Follow us, or make suggestions for topics to tweet and cover. If you want to tweet for us, contact us at the above email.
Our Youtube user account posts interviews with organisations dealing with well-being, as well as anything interesting in the progress world. Contact us to upload videos, and comment and share any videos you are interested in.
Our portal is represented on LinkedIn with a company page. There will also be a group page for professionals who want to interact, and discuss topics easily and securely. Look out for this space to see when it is out.
The RSS feed allows you to follow media around the world relating to progress, with our selected pick of news gems. You can add news articles which appear in the feed, by updating them on the progress in the news wiki, here.