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  • survey results: 10th June 2010
    ‘It was the best one I’ve been to yet!’
  • did you enjoy the event?
    ‘This was my first NFPtweetup. It was great to have a chance to meet people who I've been following online in 'real life'! Everyone was really friendly and welcoming.’
    ‘I especially enjoyed the breakout sessions where we could get into more detail about the case study.’
    100% - ‘Yes’
    ‘Really relaxed atmosphere and interesting, friendly people’
  • was it what you expected?
    • ‘It was much better! Very friendly and social. A relaxed learning environment, where everyone listened and asked really good questions.’
    • ‘It's always good!’
    ‘I really feel inspired and met some brilliant people with a lot of shared beliefs about how to best engage with people through social media’
  • what do you think the event provided?
    ‘It was much more informative!’
  • how did you first hear about the event?
    ‘It was great to meet some fellow tweeters in real life!’
  • how useful was the information on the wiki?
    • NFPtweetup wiki: www.nfptweetup.org.uk
    • See latest event information, and the run down from previous events – and all things NFPtweetup!
  • how suitable was the venue?
    how suitable was the time?
    Everyonethought the venue was suitable – thanks JustGiving!
    Most preferred the event to be held in the evenings after work.
    ‘Iwas very envious of Just Giving's lovely offices!

  • questions and issues still to be explored?
    How the presenting organisations used social media before - itsstarting point?
    Can we have presentations from teams where there are 1 or 2 people?
    What percentage of the people at NFPtweetup were using social media for fundraising?
    Use social media for identifying people who would be natural supporters, but don't know about you?
    Perhaps to hear more from those hosting it – Beautiful World and JustGiving
    Anyone using Google Buzz? Or has anyone tried?
    Developing a voice online which is balanced between fundraising and services and campaigns.
    How do much smaller charities use social media effectively?
    #Good #use #of #hashtags
  • which topics would you like to be explored?
    ‘I trusted the organisers to bring us good presentations,
    and my trust wasn't misplaced!’
  • did you participate at the event or online?
    Out of all that participated, a quarter of those contributed by following the Twitter stream online.
    ‘Absolutely loved tonight's #NFPtweetup, met new people –
    chatted to old hands ’
  • which services or tools did you use during the event?
    Others included: Seeismic, dabr.co.uk, Echofon, Twitter for Blackberry & TwitBird
  • would you like to attend another NFPtweetup?
    how regularly do you think NFPtweetup should be held?
    Everyone would like to attend another NFPtweetup event!
    The majority would like the NFPtweetup event to be kept at being held quarterly.
    ‘Well done. Enjoyable and useful as ever.’
  • would you like to attend and help organise regional events?
    ‘Happy to help promote it, as always’
  • See you again next time…
    Thanks for all your feedback – we’ll use it to shape future events.
    www.nfptweetup.org.uk