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Monday, February 6, 2017

News Release - Journal names new associate editor

Dr. Amber Harris Bozer
Dr. Amber Harris Bozer
Harris Bozer named Associate Editor of
The Journal of Social Media in Society


The Journal of Social Media in Society (JSMS) is proud to announce that Dr. Amber L. Harris Bozer, assistant professor in the Department of Psychological Sciences, will become the journal’s first associate editor.

A product of the Texas Social Media Research Institute (TSMRI), the peer-reviewed JSMS launched its first issue in 2012, and its success and growth has led to the need for an addition to the editorial team.

The founding editors, Dr. Sarah Maben, Communication Studies, and Dr. Credence Baker, Associate Professor of Curriculum and Instruction and Assistant Graduate Dean of the College of Graduate Studies, started the journal to give authors a place to publish cutting edge research devoted to social media and mobile technology.

“Dr. Harris Bozer brings her methodological strengths and research savvy to our leadership team,” Maben said. “We have always been a multi-disciplinary effort and are excited to expand to include her psychology and neuroscience background.”

Harris Bozer joined the Department of Psychological Sciences at Tarleton State University in January of 2014. She teaches a variety of undergraduate and graduate courses, primarily in the biological psychology areas. Her EEG lab investigates how chronic pain is processed in the brain. In addition to her neuroscience research, she has been involved in teaching-as-research projects. She is also the parliamentarian for the Faculty Senate, and previously served as a reviewer for The JSMS.

A Tarleton alumna, Harris Bozer received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a minor in Social Work in 2008. She obtained a Master of Science in Educational Psychology with an emphasis in Experimental Psychology from Tarleton in 2010, and her Master of Science in Health Psychology from the University of Texas at Arlington in 2013. She earned her doctorate from the University of Texas at Arlington in 2015 and specialized in Neuroscience.

The JSMS recognized by Katz
The Journal of Social Media in Society has been listed as a highly recommended title (K+) in the 2016 edition of Katz’s Magazines for Libraries.

The journal boasts more than 60 reviewers from institutions across the globe and Tarleton State. Almost 300 manuscripts have been submitted in the journal’s history, with many from international authors.

The latest issue published at the end of 2016, with articles about athletes using Twitter, the citizen framing of #Ferguson, self-monitoring on Facebook, social media usage during working hours, social media as a screening mechanism for job applicants, and obesity discourse on The Biggest Loser’s Facebook page. The journal is an open access publication, located at http://thejsms.org.

The Journal of Social Media in Society is one of the handful of academic journals based at Tarleton State, and is supported financially by TSMRI, the College of Liberal and Fine Arts and the College of Education.

About TSMRI
The Texas Social Media Research Institute (TSMRI) is a group of faculty, staff, and students at Tarleton State University with a mission of conducting social media research; sharing social media best practices; and providing social media education for students, non-profit organizations, state agencies, school districts, and higher education institutions.

Contact us:
Texas Social Media Research Institute
Follow Us on Twitter - @TSMRI
Call Us - 254-307-8211
Join Us for Our #TXSocialMedia Weekly Twitter Chats on Thursday Nights at 8pm CDT
texassocialmediaresearch@gmail.com

Thursday, February 2, 2017

Social Media Research: JSMS Vol. 5, No. 3

The latest issue of The Journal of Social Media in Society is out, with cutting edge international research about athletes on Twitter, #Ferguson, social media in the workplace and in hiring decisions, The Biggest Loser, and social media and politics. Read the entire issue here: http:thejsms.org.

Cover Image for Journal

Vol. 5, No. 3 Table of Contents

Brandi Watkins & Regina Lewis

Mia Moody-Ramirez,  Gabriel B. Tait, Ceeon Smith, Lillie Fears, & Brenda Randle

Pavica Sheldon

Jayeon Lee & Raymond J. Pingree

Johanna Gunnlaugsdottir

Delonia Cooley & Rochelle Parks-Yancy

Veronica Hefner, Allen Levy, Jessica Au, Frances Naude, Zashya Nitzkowski, Kevin Chang, Rachel-Jean Firchau, & Maxwell Mirman

Sarah Gray & Courtney Szto

Andrew Herrmann

Guadalupe Correa-Cabrera, Maria Fernanda Machuca, & Ruth Ann Ragland

Sohail Dahdal

Or search our archives for articles.If you'd like to submit a manuscript, you can register as an author, and upload your work.

We'd like to extend our thanks to the many reviewers who make the journal a possibility, and our financial supporters: Texas Social Media Research Institute (TSMRI), Tarleton State University's College of Liberal and Fine Arts, and Tarleton's Graduate School.

The Texas Social Media Research Institute (TSMRI) is a group of faculty, staff, and students at Tarleton State University with a mission of conducting social media research; sharing social media best practices; and providing social media education for students, non-profit organizations, state agencies, school districts, and higher education institutions.

Contact us:
Texas Social Media Research Institute
Follow Us on Twitter - @TSMRI
Call Us - 254-307-8211
Join Us for Our #TXSocialMedia Weekly Twitter Chats on Thursday Nights at 8pm CDT
texassocialmediaresearch@gmail.com



Thursday, January 5, 2017

Measurement Review: Tweepi


When it comes to Twitter, the foremost metric most people look at and care about is the amount of followers you have, which can be seen as how much influence your account has.  Many tools out there measure analytics about the followers and engagement you already have, but what about getting more followers and engaging a wider audience, as well as measuring the quality of your followers? Tweepi is a tool designed specifically for this purpose. Its goal is to target well-connected accounts or influencers within the Twitter network, help engage them and get them to follow you.  It can help manage the quality of accounts you follow and that follow you. Finding potential accounts to widen your Twitter followers is something that can be applicable whether it’s your business or just an individual wanting to grow a personal brand.

Tweepi logo

How it works
The process that Tweepi uses to help expand your followers works like this. Simply choose an account in your industry or a valuable influencer that you know of in the “follow friends” option on the Tweepi dashboard, or “follow followers” option, also on the dashboard. Here accounts following your chosen account are listed with relevant data. Instead of spending hours of your time looking at accounts manually they can be sorted en mass.  In the listings you can add multiple search criteria. Some valuable stats that I found include showing when an account most recently tweeted so you can weed out inactive accounts and follow ratio. The higher this ratio the more likely those accounts are to follow accounts that follow them.  The statistics can be listed in ascending or descending order to find the most or least active accounts for your given search criteria. You can also sort by data points like location, an option that could be very useful for a Twitter account based around a local business, or identifying friends of customers in your network who live in the geographic area.


Tweepi Dashboard

Some other features offered by the Tweepi service have to do with making informed decisions about accounts you follow and accounts that follow you, allowing you to tailor where the engagement of your account is pointed. This is done in a very similar process to how you would find new potential followers. Simply pull up the list of your followers and set criteria for things like location, recently tweeted, amount of followers, etc. You can analyze a list of curated Twitter accounts from external databases as long as the account names are in a comma separated value file, something that Excel or other database programs should be able to export.  As far as I can tell from the documentation no explicit limitation was set for the number of accounts that could be imported for analysis. From the data available in this analysis you can weed out accounts that are either spam (perhaps bots) or maybe are no longer active.

Tweepi Screenshot 2


Tweepi offers tools that could save time by causing accounts that have no bio or accounts that still have the default Twitter profile picture known as “the egg” to force unfollow your account, meaning that unwanted users will no longer see your tweets in their feed. Along with these batch unfollow options, can choose accounts individually and have them force unfollow you as well. This could be a useful tool if you have accounts following you that are toxic or abusive —just an extra step of protection beyond blocking them from your account.  If they are no longer seeing your tweets in their feed they might move on and forget you exist.

Tweepi UnfollowsUnfortunately any of these follower management features are not available with a free account. A free account only allows you to use some of the find follower and account analysis features. The amount of results per list page is also limited to 20 or 40 if you're willing to tweet about the service.  If you decide to pay for the program that is increased to 100 at Tweepi’s silver level ($12.99 per month) or 200 results per page at the platinum level ($24.99 per month). Other features that are locked up behind the paid subscription are the ability to include Klout scores in the search results, the ability to search account bios for keywords and being able to see lists of users who recently tweeted a keyword or hashtag.

Other services provide Twitter account analysis like foller.me and followerwonk. Those services are free and often times go more in-depth into some of the statistics behind accounts, however those services offered results one account at a time and do not to give any of the following management options that Tweepi does.

As far as my experience goes with using the product it's pretty simple and straightforward.  The user interface is relatively intuitive and adding and editing search criteria is straightforward if you've ever used a search engine before.  From the company's about page this seems to be the only product and the team seems rather small so support might a concern. My assumption is if you had a problem or request you would be dealing directly with the developer. This product could be useful for a single individual looking to build his or her brand to a mid-sized company.  The limitations of the amount of rows available in search results page would begin to become too cumbersome if you're dealing with Twitter accounts that have 10,000 followers.

Larger companies might be looking for a product that would do analysis on sentiment or search engine optimization, which this product does not really touch at all.  It mainly focuses on the text, networks and some of the meta information around various accounts.  Performance-wise there could be some issues. Whenever you do an action it takes sometimes upwards to 15 seconds for the action to go through, which could be cumbersome if you are making changes in large batches.  It's also probably not a tool that you use every day, more likely it's something you would operate once-a-week or month identifying some new accounts to follow and removing unwanted accounts.

Overall I'd say this product is a relatively accessible way to target valuable accounts to engage with on the Twitter platform,  giving you a top- level analysis of desired accounts in a time-saving manner.  Perhaps more valuable than this feature is the ability to manage the accounts that follow you particularly if your account has a community or customer management aspect.  Being able to remove followers that are obviously fake cluttering up your ability to engage with actual customers or being able to remove accounts that are abusive or hostile,  helps to preserve  personal and corporate images.

If you're interested in trying Tweepi for yourself you can sign up for a free account at https://tweepi.com.

About the author
Justin Pack is a digital media enthusiast with a passion for the internet, gaming and video production. He is a graduate student at Tarleton State University pursuing a master's degree in communication.

About TSMRI
The Texas Social Media Research Institute (TSMRI) is a group of faculty, staff, and students at Tarleton State University with a mission of conducting social media research; sharing social media best practices; and providing social media education for students, non-profit organizations, state agencies, school districts, and higher education institutions.

Contact us:
Texas Social Media Research Institute
Follow Us on Twitter - @TSMRI
Call Us - 254-307-8211
Join Us for Our #TXSocialMedia Weekly Twitter Chats on Thursday Nights at 8pm CDT
texassocialmediaresearch@gmail.com

Thursday, November 3, 2016

Top 5 Things to Bring to the Texas Social Media Conference

Conference time is coming around, and like always there’s an air of energy and excitement buzzing about. Just like the moments before a flight around the world or a trip to the World Series (go Cubs) it’s easy to make the mistake of leaving a crucial piece of luggage behind. So before tomorrow hits, here’s a friendly reminder of five important things to bring so you don’t fall behind at the conference.

1. Phone Charger
With how much we use our phones, chargers are the powerlines of our social lives- and, as social media researchers and coordinators, our careers. Don’t be caught two hours in the event with your battery below 20% and lose the ability to keep your loyal followers in the loop! If you have a portable charger, make sure you bring it all charged up as well.

2. Business Cards
The rise of Pokemon in the 1990s has taught us that simple cards can hold a lot of power. Likewise, your business card can be the deciding point in getting you that job you’ve been working so hard for- so don’t miss out on a crucial networking opportunity! Business cards can start a conversation that brings a new beginning in a promising career field. Always bring your business cards.

3. Snacks
That’s right- bring snacks! Studies have shown that a hungry mind is a distracted mind, and being focused on food can hinder your ability to learn material being presented right in front of you. Of course, don’t be that guy struggling to open a 200 decibel bag of chips right in the room- a small bag of peanuts or trail mix will suffice. Meals are provided by TSMRI and its sponsors throughout the event so if you do forget this one, don’t worry. We won’t let you starve. (Our swag bags are also stuffed with goodies!)

4. Business Casual
We’ll cut you some slack here- different conferences request different types of clothes for their events. So we won’t turn you away at the door if you wear a Led Zepplin t-shirt. But the age-old adage “dress for success” has a lot of merit we advise you take in. This conference is a great opportunity to network, and while business cards can start a conversation, underdressing can quickly end it. So bust out that business casual and the social-professional swagger will come with it.

5. Attitude!
Alright, alright. Maybe this one goes without saying- but we’d be remiss not to remind you! We here at TSMRI are honored to have your attendance at the conference, and want to see everyone prepared to grab life by the reins and dash headlong into success. Like your business casual dress, a good attitude can take control of a conversation, and a bad attitude can not only end one, but can prevent others from happening in the future. Leave a positive lasting impression on both us and potential business connections by smiling, shaking hands, and being polite and courteous at every opportunity. You put on your best demeanor and bring everything else on this list, and this can be a conference for the books.


By Jack Cochran
TSMRI Social Media Coach

The Texas Social Media Research Institute (TSMRI) is a group of faculty, staff, and students at Tarleton State University with a mission of conducting social media research; sharing social media best practices; and providing social media education for students, non-profit organizations, state agencies, school districts, and higher education institutions.


Contact us:
Texas Social Media Research Institute
Follow Us on Twitter - @TSMRI
Call Us - 254-307-8211
Join Us for Our #TXSocialMedia Weekly Twitter Chats on Thursday Nights at 8pm CDT
texassocialmediaresearch@gmail.com

Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Top Texas School Districts on Twitter in 2016

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE


October 5, 2016


Contact: Dr. Jennifer T. Edwards at (254) 307-1375 or jtedwards@tarleton.edu.


Top Texas School Districts on Twitter


The top Texas School Districts on Twitter will be honored at the 5th Annual Texas Social Media Conference in Fort Worth, Texas on Friday, November 4.


Fort Worth, Texas - The Texas Social Media Research Institute (@TSMRI) will present statewide social media awards (advertising/media, arts/culture/entertainment, finance/insurance, construction/equipment/contractors, family/community/civic organizations, government/education) at the 5th Annual Social Media Conference (#TXSocialMedia) in Fort Worth, Texas on Friday, November 4, 2016. The following Fort Worth Area companies will be honored at the #TXSocialMedia Conference.

The Top 10 Region 4 Texas School Districts on Twitter:

Klein ISD@kleinisd1
Houston ISD@houstonisd2
Cypress-Fairbanks ISD@cyfairisd3
Alief ISD@aliefisd4
Fort Bend ISD@fortbendisd5
Spring Branch ISD@sbisd6
Spring ISD@springisd7
Aldine ISD@aldineisd8
Pasadena ISD@pasadeniaisd_tx9
Lamar CISD@lamarcisd10

The Top 10 Region 10 Texas School Districts on Twitter:

Carrolton/Farmers Branch ISD@cfbisd1
Dallas ISD@dallasschools2
Grand Prairie ISD@grandprairieisd3
Frisco ISD@friscoisd4
Midlothian ISD@midlothianisd5
Garland ISD@gisdnews6
Irving ISD@irvingisd7
Mesquite ISD@mesquiteisdtx8
Rockwall ISD@rockwallschools9
Duncanville ISD@duncanvilleisd10

The Top 10 Region 11 Texas School Districts on Twitter:

Northwest ISD@northwestisd1
Keller ISD@kellerisd2
Carroll ISD@carrollisd3
Arlington ISD@arlingtonisd4
Mansfield ISD@mansfieldisd5
Lewisville ISD@lewisvilleisd6
Denton ISD@dentonisd7
Fort Worth ISD@fortworth_isd8
Eagle Mountain-Saginaw ISD@emsisd9
Grapevine-Colleyville ISD@gcisd10


The Top 10 Region 13 Texas School Districts on Twitter:

Round Rock ISD@roundrockisd1
Austin ISD@austinisd2
Leander ISD@leanderisd3
Georgetown ISD@georgetownisd4
Hays CISD@hayscisd5
Pflugerville ISD@pfisd6
Lake Travis ISD@ltisdschools7
Comal ISD@cisdnews8
Dripping Springs ISD@dsisd9
Manor ISD@manorisd10

The Top 10 Region 20 Texas School Districts on Twitter:

Northside ISD@nisd1
North East ISD@neisd2
San Antonio ISD@saisd3
Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City ISD@scucisd4
Alamo Heights ISD@ahisd5
Southwest ISD@swisd6
South San Antonio ISD@ssaisd7
Boerne ISD@boerneisd8
Harlandale ISD@harlandaleisd9
Southside ISD@southsideisd10

The top Texas School District Twitter accounts in each category will be honored at the 6th Annual Social Media Conference in Fort Worth, Texas at Tarleton State University Fort Worth on Friday, November 4, 2016.  To register for the conference, please visit http://www.txsocialmedia.org/. Representatives from the “Top Texas School Districts on Twitter” are encouraged to contact texassocialmediaresearch@gmail.com for a special registration code.


The following criteria were utilized to determine the top Texas School District: included on a Texas Education Service Center district list, Klout (influencer) score of at least 40, and number of followers. For more information about Klout scores, please visit http://www.klout.com/
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The Texas Social Media Research Institute (TSMRI) is a group of faculty, staff, and students at Tarleton State University with a mission of conducting social media research; sharing social media best practices; and providing social media education for students, non-profit organizations, state agencies, school districts, and higher education institutions.


Contact us:
Texas Social Media Research Institute
Follow Us on Twitter - @TSMRI
Call Us - 254-307-8211
Join Us for Our #TXSocialMedia Weekly Twitter Chats on Thursday Nights at 8pm CDT
texassocialmediaresearch@gmail.com

Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Top Fort Worth Area Organizations & Businesses on Twitter in 2016


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE


October 4, 2016


Contact: Dr. Jennifer T. Edwards at (254) 307-1375 or jtedwards@tarleton.edu.


Top Fort Worth Area Organizations & Businesses on Twitter


The top Fort Worth area organizations and businesses on Twitter will be honored at the 5th Annual Texas Social Media Conference in Fort Worth, Texas on Friday, November 4.


Fort Worth, Texas - The Texas Social Media Research Institute (@TSMRI) will present statewide social media awards (advertising/media, arts/culture/entertainment, finance/insurance, construction/equipment/contractors, family/community/civic organizations, government/education) at the 5th Annual Social Media Conference (#TXSocialMedia) in Fort Worth, Texas on Friday, November 4, 2016. The following Fort Worth Area companies will be honored at the #TXSocialMedia Conference.






1American Airlines@AmericanAir
2Dallas Cowboys Football Club@dallascowboys
3Texas Rangers Baseball Club@Rangers
4AT&T@ATT
5Texas Christian University@TCU
6Texas Monthly Custom Publishing@TEXASMONTHLY
7WFAA-TV Channel 8@wfaachannel8
8RadioShack Corporation@RadioShack
9Pier 1 Imports@Pier1
10Tandy Leather Factory, Inc.@tandyleather


The Top 10 Fort Worth Area Advertising and Media Companies on Twitter:
1
Texas Monthly
2
WFAA Channel 8
3
CBS DFW
4
NBC 5
5
Star Telegram
6
95.9 The Ranch - 92.1 KTFW
7
Fort Worth Texas Magazine
8
Fletcher Consulting Public Relations
9
Fort Worth Business Press
10
The Green Sheet

The Top 10 Fort Worth Area Arts, Culture, and Entertainment Companies on Twitter:

1
Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
2
American Airlines Center
3
Billy Bob's Texas
4
Kimbell Art Museum
5
Amon Carter Museum of American Art
6
Performing Arts Fort Worth, Inc.
7
Fort Worth Zoo
8
Sid Richardson Museum
9
Stockyards Championship Rodeo
10
Championship Bull Riding Inc.


The Top 4 Fort Worth Area Automotive and Marine Companies on Twitter:
1
Rush Truck Center Fort Worth
2
GM Financial
3
Sewell Lexus of Fort Worth
4
Autobahn Fort Worth

The Top 10 Fort Worth Area Business and Professional Services Companies on Twitter:


1
Karl K. Morgan, representing USAA
2
HKS Architects
3
Fluor Corporation
4
Weaver
5
Influence Leadership, Inc.
6
Freese and Nichols, Inc.
7
Culture Index
8
Buxton
9
Burnett’s Staffing
10
J.O.

The Top 4 Fort Worth Area Computer and Telecommunications Companies on Twitter:
1
AT&T
2
Radio Shack
3
Allied Electronics
4
Ayoka Systems

The Top 5 Fort Worth Area Construction, Equipment, and Contractors on Twitter:
1
The Beck Group
2
D.R. Horton, Inc.
3
DPR Construction
4
Spaw Glass Contractors
5
Dalworth Restoration


The Top 10 Fort Worth Area Family, Community, and Civic Organizations on Twitter:
1
Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce
2
Catholic Charities Fort Worth
3
Day Resource Center for the Homeless
4
Fort Worth Bike Sharing
5
Fort Worth Firefighters
6
Christian Community Storehouse
7
Salvation Army DFW
8
PeopleFund
9
World Affairs Council DFW
10
SafeHaven of Tarrant County


The Top 8 Fort Worth Area Finance and Insurance Companies on Twitter:
1
Karl K. Morgan, representing USAA
2
First Command Bank
3
Frost Bank
4
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas
5
Comerica Bank
6
GM Financial
7
EECU
8
Bank of Texas


The Top 10 Fort Worth Area Government, Education, and Individuals on Twitter:
1
Texas Christian University
2
Tarleton State University
3
City of Fort Worth
4
The University of Texas at Arlington
5
The University of North Texas
6
United Way of Tarrant County
7
Austin College
8
Education Service Center Region 11
9
Tarrant County College District
10
University of North Texas Health Science Center


The Top 9 Fort Worth Area Health Care Organizations on Twitter:
1
Baylor Scott & White
2
Cook Children’s Health Care System
3
Texas Health Resources
4
MedStar Mobile Healthcare
5
Plastic Surgery Texas
6
Plaza Medical Center of Fort Worth
7
CareNow
8
JPS Health Network
9
Higginbotham


The Top 5 Fort Worth Area Lodging and Travel Organizations on Twitter:
1
Omni Fort Worth Hotel
2
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport
3
La Quinta Inn and Suites Fort Worth West I-30
4
The Worthington Renaissance Fort Worth Hotel
5
Hilton Fort Worth

The Top 6 Fort Worth Area Manufacturing, Production, and Wholesale Companies on Twitter:
1
Williamson - Dickie Manufacturing Company
2
Renfro Foods, Inc.
3
Justin Brands
4
Range Resources
5
Ben E. Keith Beverages
6
Martin Sprocket & Gear, Inc.

The Top 5 Fort Worth Area Public Utilities and Environmental Companies on Twitter:
1
Waste Management of Texas
2
Oncor Electric Delivery
3
Reliant
4
TXU Energy
5
Atmos Energy

The Top 9 Fort Worth Area Restaurant, Food, and Beverage Companies on Twitter:
1
Texas de Brazil
2
On the Border
3
Bennigan’s
4
Del Frisco’s Steakhouse
5
Cantina Laredo
6
Button’s Restaurant
7
Brewed
8
Fred’s Texas Cafe
9
Joe T. Garcia’s Restaurant


The Top 4 Fort Worth Area Shopping and Specialty Retail Companies on Twitter:

1
Pier 1 Imports
2
Tandy Leather Factory
3
At Home Stores
4
Defense Solutions Group


The Top 6 Fort Worth Area Sports and Recreation Companies on Twitter:

1
Dallas Cowboys Football Club
2
Texas Rangers Baseball Club
3
Lone Star Park at Grand Prairie
4
Cabela’s
5
Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo
6
Hawaiian Falls

The Top 4 Fort Worth Area Transportation Companies on Twitter:
1
American Airlines
2
BNSF Railway Company
3
Texas Central High-Speed Railway
4
The T


The top Fort Worth area Twitter accounts in each category will be honored at the 6th Annual Social Media Conference in Fort Worth, Texas at Tarleton State University Fort Worth on Friday, November 4, 2016.  To register for the conference, please visit http://www.txsocialmedia.org/. Representatives from the “Top Fort Worth Area Organizations and Businesses on Twitter” are encouraged to contact texassocialmediaresearch@gmail.com for a special registration code.


The following criteria were utilized to determine the top higher education institutions: included on the “Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce” member page, based in Texas, Klout (influencer) score of at least 40, and number of followers. For more information about Klout scores, please visit http://www.klout.com/

The Texas Social Media Research Institute (TSMRI) is located at Tarleton State University in Stephenville, Texas. The institute includes faculty, staff, and student social media researchers.
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The Texas Social Media Research Institute (TSMRI) is a group of faculty, staff, and students at Tarleton State University with a mission of conducting social media research; sharing social media best practices; and providing social media education for students, non-profit organizations, state agencies, school districts, and higher education institutions.


Contact us:
Texas Social Media Research Institute
Follow Us on Twitter - @TSMRI
Call Us - 254-307-8211
Join Us for Our #TXSocialMedia Weekly Twitter Chats on Thursday Nights at 8pm CDT
texassocialmediaresearch@gmail.com
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