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Examples and advice about how academics can use social media to promote work and build community

Examples and advice about how academics can use social media to promote work and build community

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  • Responded to a Twitter questionReporter’s email through UCFPublished on NRP’s blogBlog post was on TwitterQuestioned journalists
  • Responded to a Twitter questionReporter’s email through UCFPublished on NRP’s blogBlog post was on Twitter
  • PrivacyCopyrightFinding timeGetting started
  • Be consistent/Make it a habitProofread SlideShareMy Clio columnsYouTube tutorialsBe visualKnow your audienceBuild communitySEO: Tag, label, etc.
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    • 1. SOCIAL MEDIA FOR ACADEMICS: LEARNING THE LANGUAGE OF PUBLIC DISCOURSE THROUGH APPLICATION Kimberly Voss, PhD, Assoc. Professor, UCF & Lance Speere, M.S., Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Tampa
    • 2. My Blog: Women’s Page History
    • 3. Vintage Cocktail Columnist
    • 4. Vintage Cocktail Columnist
    • 5. My Social Media Friend: Laura Fowler SIUE
    • 6. The Food Section Book
    • 7. The Food Section
    • 8. Mad Men & Working Women
    • 9. Which Social Media?
    • 10. Academia & Social Media • Academia.edu • Linkedin • Facebook • Twitter • Pinterest • SlideShare • Blogger • FourSquare
    • 11. Academic Reasons • Better Lit Reviews • Network/Collaboration • Research Opportunities • Collect AnalyticsImpact • Beyond the Ivory Tower • Building Community
    • 12. Social Media Analytics • Twitter: • 3,100 tweets • Following: 2,000 & Followers: 530 • Pinterest: • 126 boards & 4,400 pins • 611 likes • 554 followers Academia.edu • 1,384 profile views • 3,961 document views Linkedin: 425 connections
    • 13. My Blog: 156,000 Page View
    • 14. Linkedin
    • 15. Academia.edu
    • 16. Analytics
    • 17. Conversation By Blog
    • 18. Sharing Scholarship
    • 19. ReTweets
    • 20. Twitter Shout Out
    • 21. Facebook Repost
    • 22. Women’s History Month, 2013 • Blogged daily • Created a Facebook post daily • Tweeted a link daily • Pinned to a Pinterest board daily • Added it to my Google+ circles
    • 23. Women’s History Month
    • 24. Women’s History Month on Facebook
    • 25. Women’s History Month on Pinterest
    • 26. Orlando History Center Talk, 2014
    • 27. Promoting Talk
    • 28. Promoting Expertise
    • 29. Promoting Expertise
    • 30. Slide Share
    • 31. Women & Food Symposium
    • 32. Social Media About Event
    • 33. The Food Section
    • 34. Social Media & Book
    • 35. Twitter & Book
    • 36. Facebook & Book
    • 37. Book & Pinterest
    • 38. Linkedin, FB & Book
    • 39. Next Potential Project Came From FB
    • 40. Social Media Concerns
    • 41. Create Personal Policies
    • 42. Make Social Media a Habit
    • 43. Build Your Brand
    • 44. Group Projects
    • 45. Pinterest Group Boards
    • 46. Check in
    • 47. How to Get Started

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