NFPtweetup 7: survey results


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  • NFPtweetup 7: survey results

    1. 1. survey results: 10th June 2010 <br />‘It was the best one I’ve been to yet!’<br />
    2. 2. did you enjoy the event? <br />‘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.’<br />‘I especially enjoyed the breakout sessions where we could get into more detail about the case study.’ <br />100% - ‘Yes’<br />‘Really relaxed atmosphere and interesting, friendly people’<br />
    3. 3. was it what you expected?<br /><ul><li>‘It was much better! Very friendly and social. A relaxed learning environment, where everyone listened and asked really good questions.’
    4. 4. ‘It's always good!’</li></ul>‘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’<br />
    5. 5. what do you think the event provided?<br />‘It was much more informative!’<br />
    6. 6. how did you first hear about the event?<br />‘It was great to meet some fellow tweeters in real life!’ <br />
    7. 7. how useful was the information on the wiki?<br /><ul><li>NFPtweetup wiki:
    8. 8. See latest event information, and the run down from previous events – and all things NFPtweetup! </li></li></ul><li>how suitable was the venue?<br />how suitable was the time?<br />Everyonethought the venue was suitable – thanks JustGiving! <br /> Most preferred the event to be held in the evenings after work.<br />‘Iwas very envious of Just Giving's lovely offices! <br />’<br />
    9. 9. questions and issues still to be explored?<br />How the presenting organisations used social media before - itsstarting point?<br />Can we have presentations from teams where there are 1 or 2 people? <br />What percentage of the people at NFPtweetup were using social media for fundraising?<br />Use social media for identifying people who would be natural supporters, but don't know about you?<br />Perhaps to hear more from those hosting it – Beautiful World and JustGiving<br />Anyone using Google Buzz? Or has anyone tried?<br />Developing a voice online which is balanced between fundraising and services and campaigns.<br />How do much smaller charities use social media effectively?<br />#Good #use #of #hashtags<br />
    10. 10. which topics would you like to be explored?<br />‘I trusted the organisers to bring us good presentations, <br />and my trust wasn't misplaced!’<br />
    11. 11. did you participate at the event or online?<br /> Out of all that participated, a quarter of those contributed by following the Twitter stream online.<br />‘Absolutely loved tonight's #NFPtweetup, met new people – <br />chatted to old hands ’<br />
    12. 12. which services or tools did you use during the event?<br />Others included: Seeismic,, Echofon, Twitter for Blackberry & TwitBird<br />
    13. 13. would you like to attend another NFPtweetup?<br />how regularly do you think NFPtweetup should be held?<br /> Everyone would like to attend another NFPtweetup event!<br /> The majority would like the NFPtweetup event to be kept at being held quarterly.<br />‘Well done. Enjoyable and useful as ever.’ <br />
    14. 14. would you like to attend and help organise regional events?<br />‘Happy to help promote it, as always’<br />
    15. 15. See you again next time…<br />Thanks for all your feedback – we’ll use it to shape future events.<br /><br />