Welcome to the See Suite

Learn more about this state-of-the-art social media and network analysis suite at the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication

Professional Services

The landscape of social media is vast, and the voices are many. Let the See Suite help you make sense of the conversation.

Teaching

The See Suite is both classroom and support space for educating the next generation of social media analysts.

Research

Submissions are now open for graduate students to become SEE Suite research affiliates!

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SEE Suite – Imagem Corporativa internship in Sāo Paulo, Brazil

For my senior year spring break, I had the incredible opportunity of working with Imagem Corporativa based in Sāo Paulo,...
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The 2020 Oscars – Lack of diversity sparks conversation

By Gabrielle MelfiSEE Suite Intern This year marked the 92nd Academy Awards, famously known as the Oscars, in which cinematic...
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The 2020 Oscars – Lack of diversity sparks conversation

Super Bowl – Electric Enough Horsepower?

By: Joseph TanguaySEE Suite Intern The Super Bowl is the largest sporting event on the planet with an average of...
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Super Bowl – Electric Enough Horsepower?

Super Bowl LIV – Who is the true King of Beers?

By: Jimmy JensenSEE Suite Intern Conversation and excitement have been building prior to the NFL’s fifty-fourth Super Bowl premiere. Many...
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Super Bowl LIV – Who is the true King of Beers?

We analyzed owned data on the @BaseballUGA twitter account. From our data findings we learned that the UGA Baseball twitter account yields the highest average engagement with users when the content type in their posts are promotional. @AdPR_UGA @UGAGrady

Hashtag use on the @WWF Twitter account is quite sporadic. There isn’t a considerable difference in engagement with tweets containing hashtags and no hashtag at all. A change in hashtag strategy could potentially increase #engagement @AdPR_UGA @UGAGrady

Followers @OurOcean are more likely to engage with tweets that use positive pictures of gif of cute sea animals. The engagement is significantly higher than others when Ocean Conservancy creates tweets that pair motivational copy with wildlife visual content. @AdPR_UGA @UGAGrady

When looking at Twitter post engagements for @Oceana, we discovered tweets including cute videos of animals attached to lighthearted messages like #TurtleTuesday yielded the most engagements. @AdPR_UGA @UGAGrady