Surrey Social Media

A blog about all things social media at the University of Surrey.

Social Media Success – Exploring the Invisible

As a University we’re active across a number of social media channels, including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google Plus. We utilise these accounts in a variety of ways, including to help share University research stories and successes. We’ve recently had a fantastic example of how sharing new on social media can sometimes attract media attention […]


#HashtagsExplained

We’ve mentioned hashtags before, emphasising how valuable they can be, whether it’s to help increase the reach of your tweet, find content that’s interesting or connect you with like-minded individuals. Here, we explain a little more about hashtags, how to use them and where you’ll find them handy. If you’re just getting started with social […]


Getting started with Twitter

Twitter is a ‘microblogging’ platform which limits you to posts of 140 characters. There are over 214 million active users every month, 181 million of these connecting to Twitter using mobile devices. Here we list some considerations to ensure you’re making the most out of Twitter. Listen Twitter is perfect for listening to chatter about […]


Using Social Media For Events: Jim Meets… Ruby Wax

Last week was the University’s very first Mental Health Awareness Week, aiming to help eradicate the stigma associated with mental health and to raise awareness of the conditions which affect every 1 in 4 people in the UK. There were lots of events going on throughout the week for both Surrey students and staff, ranging from […]


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