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If you have content which is suitable for Twitter, contact the editorial team. If you would like to tweet from the profile yourself, for example from a conference, you can borrow the profile. If you would like to tweet using your own profile, the editorial team can help you to get started and give you useful advice on how to use Twitter.
AU's Twitter profile is used for PR work and events. We publish research stories selected for their journalistic relevance, draw attention to researchers' Twitter profiles and cover events such as conferences.
AU is keen to follow researchers who are active on Twitter. Please inform the editorial team if you have a Twitter profile, or if there are other researchers from your area who are active on Twitter.
When AU launches activities and wants to distinguish itself from other content in the same category, we define a tag which we go to great lengths to promote, for example #austudiestart in relation to the commencement of studies. AU uses, for example, these hashtags (October 2014): #aarhusuni, #austudieliv, #yourniversity.
A hashtag is the symbol '#' which is placed in front of a keyword/search string, e.g. #aarhusuniversitet.
Hashtags are used on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook as a way of indexing and categorising content. Users who want to see content in a particular category search using hashtags.
AU’s Instagram profile is called @aarhusuni. Please note that Instagram is a media that only works perfectly on mobile platforms such as smartphones and tablets, not on computers.
A cross-disciplinary editorial team runs AU's profiles on the social media. Contact the group on firstname.lastname@example.org
Target group: Current and potential students.
Target group: The press, research networks and other external stakeholders.