I've met loads of fascinating people on WildHub, from all over the world. Unlike most social media platforms, WildHub has a common theme: we're all conservationists and environmentalists in one way or another. This is a community of public and private sector professionals, freelancers and independents, artists, journalists, writers...
So, how do you use WildHUb to make connections?
- Check out the Members Directory, where you can sort and filter names by areas of interest. This is a great place to short-list members you'd like to get in touch with based on a common interest, or if you are looking for any name in particular. I recently delivered some training workshops for example, and I found 3 of my students right there in the Member Directory. You can follow and message them from the directory page, too.
- WildHub Socials. With your shaken and not stirred e-Martini in hand, mingle with the crowd in this virtual reality cocktail-style online space open to all members. WH socials occur on a periodic basis - click on the "watch" button on the Our Community channel and receive the invitation in your email inbox . Alternatively, you can go the Events page to find the announcements for socials.
- Check out the Network Opportunities channel for a wealth of internal events and external links.
- The WildHub Rooms channel opens the door to a bunch of special places called Rooms where particular subjects are discussed. Some Rooms are private to group members only, but not all.
- Lastly, a great way to build connections is to post and comment on other members' content. This level of engagement often leads to meaningful connections and even professional opportunities.
I'm sure this list is not exhaustive, so if you have any other suggestions, leave them in the comments!