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Gain insight into promoting mathematics to the masses through the use of social media. I take you through my journey and give you useful tips.

Social media is machine-based technology that helps share thoughts, intentions, and facts via the construction of digital networks. By design, people use it primarily on the internet, giving users a quick digital verbal exchange of content. It excels at connecting human beings and growing relationships. Even more, it offers high-quality opportunities to set up contacts, useful inquiries, and helpful knowledge. The benefits of promoting mathematics through social media include 1) growing awareness for mathematics for its beauty and applicability, 2) humanizing the behind the scenes of doing mathematics using commentary, articles, and videos, and 3) fostering our investigation of mathematics, including education, research, and applications.

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Connect With Dave: Using Social Media to Promote Math

Are you interested in mathematics? Whether you’re a professional mathematician or a beginning student, if you’re looking to connect with Dave, you’re in the right place. In this article, I go through each of the social media platforms on which I’m promoting mathematics. I also discuss each platform’s benefits and how I use it to educate and encourage mathematical exploration.

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The Best Facebook Pages for Mathematics (Who to Follow)

In this article, I discussed the 10 best Facebook pages related to mathematics. For each Facebook fan page, I run through why you should be a follower. Of course, these are pages that have tons of engagement about mathematics. So, find out what makes these pages so intriguing.

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The Best LinkedIn Pages for Mathematics (Who to Follow)

In this article, I show you the 10 best LinkedIn pages related to mathematics. For each page, I run through exactly why it made the list. First, each page must have published at least one post in the last year. Second, each of the pages is primarily involved with helping promote mathematics throughout the world. Each of these LinkedIn pages must have at least 3K followers and lots of engagements. Find out what makes these LinkedIn pages the ones to follow.

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The Best Instagram Accounts for Mathematics (Who to Follow)

Before running through the 13 best Instagram accounts related to mathematics, I explain to you how I formed this list. First, the accounts needed to have made at least one post in the last year. Secondly, these are Instagram accounts that are primarily engaged in promoting enthusiasm for mathematics. And each one has at least 1K followers and has lots of engagement by other people. I also walk through one of the most commented post for each account.

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The Best Twitter Accounts for Mathematics (Who to Follow)

In this article, I run through the 52 best Twitter accounts related to mathematics. For each channel, I talk about how often they tweet and their engagement with their audience. I also talked about how many followers they have and their most retweeted tweets from the past year. Find out what makes these accounts so interesting.

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The Best YouTube Channels for Mathematics (Who to Follow)

In this article, I talk about the 25 best YouTube channels for mathematics. For each YouTube channel, I run through what topics the channel covers, how the mathematics is presented, and where. Other statistics, such as publishing rate and video length, are also discussed. Finally, I talk about viewership and engagement for each channel.

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