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A-levels 2020: Mapping the online discourse


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There was a lot of A-level and university application discourse on Twitter as results were released. Our Head of Research decided to map out the interactions and influence online to find out what was going on in these conversations.

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Results day reactions: What are A-level students thinking right now?


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How did A-level students react to results day? Our Research Analyst carried out social listening on results day to see how students were thinking and feeling about their grades – and, importantly, their futures.

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Why you should use camel case for your hashtags


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Want to improve the readability and accessibility of your hashtags? Use camel case. Our Senior Content Strategist explores how and why camel case can be used for your social media channels.

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Do you know how well your university website scores for readability?


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Is your university website easy to understand to a range of audiences? We carried out a readability audit of 20 university websites, UK-wide, to see how well they were doing.

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The 5 Cs: How to find social media content


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Meet the five Cs of social media content. Our Senior Content Strategist shares five strategies to keep your channels full of content that engages your audiences.

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