This is what I’m talking about. 🙂
Since getting into Twitter in a big way, I’ve had a fair amount of experience in running shared accounts.
@aasrn started as a shared account, and @researchwhisper has always been a joint one with @jod999.
Since starting the new job this year, I’ve also been running the @latrobe_HDR stream, and it has recently become a shared account (each of us taking turns to run it for 2 weeks).
Just today, I was asked about what I’d recommend with running a shared account.
I blurted out a heap of things to that person, but thought it might be helpful to others if I noted the key things down.
The specific context I’m talking about is formal university units or academic groups, but this advice would apply across a range of situations.
Who should run it?
Anyone can log into a social media account and start posting things. This…
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