NFPtweetup 12 survey results


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  • NFPtweetup 12 survey results

    1. 1. Survey results for the 12thevent on 28 September 2011<br />Sponsored by:<br />
    2. 2. did you enjoy the event? <br /><ul><li>‘It was amazing! Can't wait for the next one already.’
    3. 3. ‘An inspiring and insightful event as always!’
    4. 4. ‘My first. It was excellent.’
    5. 5. ‘It was a blinder. Particularly the excellently presented brilliant Greenpeace campaign.’ </li></ul>100% - ‘Yes’<br />‘Great speakers, fun atmosphere and amazing people to talk to.’<br />
    6. 6. was it what you expected?<br /><ul><li>‘ The event always exceeds my expectations - very refreshing presentations and great knowledge sharing platform.’
    7. 7. ‘I didn't really have any expectations, I went there with an open mind.’
    8. 8. ‘The breakout sessions were really good and hadn't realised they were going to happen.’</li></ul>‘It was even better than I hoped. It reminded me how fantastic it is to work in the charity sector.’<br />
    9. 9. what do you think the event provided?<br />‘Inspiration and ideas for my own work.’<br />
    10. 10. how did you first hear about the event?<br />‘From Rachel Beer.’<br />
    11. 11. how useful did you find the information on the NFP website (<br /> ‘It was great. Right number and length of presentations and break outs.’<br />
    12. 12. Was the venue suitable?<br />Whattime is suitable?<br /> Most of you thought that the venue was suitable. Thanks to Amnesty International!<br />Most of you preferred an evening time slot – no early NFPtweetup’s yet! <br />‘Great venue! Thanks Amnesty!’<br />
    13. 13. questions and issues still to be explored?<br />A focus on email marketing<br />If anyone has used BBM in marketing<br />Social media policies<br />Social media monitoring/ analysis<br />Making the most of blogs<br />Campaigns on a shoestring<br />Twitter and politics/ journalism<br />Twitter and market research<br />Other uses of the web<br />
    14. 14. which topics would you like to be explored?<br />‘How small charities with small budgets use social media.’<br />
    15. 15. did you participate at the event or online?<br />‘Skype interaction was a great idea...perhaps future events could make more use of this’<br />
    16. 16. which services or tools did you use during the event?<br />Others included: Echofon for iPhone and iPad, Tweetbot, Twitter for Android, Seesmic and Twitbird Pro (app).<br />
    17. 17. would you like to attend another NFPtweetup?<br />how regularly do you think NFPtweetup should be held?<br /> . <br />‘Whatever works for the organisers. If you do it too often can you maintain the high quality of the events?’<br />
    18. 18. would you like to attend and help organise regional events?<br />‘I am still fairly new in my role and don't think I know enough to help yet.’<br />
    19. 19. Thanks for all of your feedback – it’s really useful to help us shape future events.<br />Hope to see you again next time!<br />Our third birthday event is likely to be 24th November – Bring your party hats! <br />For more information:<br /><br />@NFPtweetup<br />