Social Media in Higher Education: Best Practice

Social Media Best Practice White Paper

According to NUS Services research, 87% of UK university students claim that they use social media apps on a regular basis. Social media is one of the easiest ways to build connections with university students, so what does it take to get the most out of your social media posts?

This white paper covers social media in higher education and includes tips on the following:

  • How to post with more impact
  • Best practices for posting on different social media channels, including Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn
  • Your 101 social media checklist

Complete the short form to download your free copy of this white paper.

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