NFPtweetup 6: survey results


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NFPtweetup 6: survey results

  1. 1. survey results: 4th March 2010<br />‘I saw the #NFPtweetuphashtag, and a whole new world opened up!’<br />
  2. 2. did you enjoy the event? <br /><ul><li>‘Informative, fun, great networking and lovely drinks’
  3. 3. ‘A really open, friendly atmosphere’
  4. 4. ‘The friendly, laid-back atmosphere was nice’
  5. 5. ‘Very well organised’</li></ul>100%<br />‘A lot better than expected, informal and informative’<br />
  6. 6. which of the following did the event provide?<br />‘It was nice to hear some people being honest about the benefits and the limitations of social media’<br />
  7. 7. Was the time suitable?<br />Was the venue suitable? <br />22.2%<br />77.8%<br />97.1%<br />The majority of people thought <br />evenings were most suitable time.<br />The majority of people though <br />the venue was suitable.<br />Thank you Breast Cancer Care! <br />‘Beautiful venue and great atmosphere!’<br />
  8. 8. what topics would you like usto explore in more depth?<br />‘Really interesting case studies from all the presenters – <br />and really interesting conversations with the participants’<br />
  9. 9. are there questions or issues you still need to explore?<br />‘Ways that Twitter can be used to influence and raise brand awareness’ <br />‘Crossover between<br />online and offline <br />Support’<br />‘Policies on staff use of Twitter etc. in the workplace’<br />‘More about the process of building a<br />social media presence’<br />‘Examples of how <br />charities got internal <br />organization buy-in’<br />‘Community building <br />with niche audiences’ <br />‘How can a charity use <br />social media without <br />a dedicated <br />staff member?’<br />‘How should stats <br />inform planning, <br />campaigning <br />etc.?’<br />‘I think it all went really <br />well – no suggestions for improvements!’<br />
  10. 10. Did you attend in person or <br />online or both?<br />Would you come again? <br />100%<br />‘Thank you for making this event accessible online. I found <br />it very useful, followed a number of like minded <br />people and also increased our own followers’<br />
  11. 11. which services or tools did you use to participate online?<br />Other’s included: Twitterberry, Twitterifficand Echofon<br />
  12. 12. how can we improve dialogue between those participating online and those attending in person?<br />‘Speed Twitter <br />networking?’<br />‘Live Skype link ups <br />to questions from those<br /> watching online’<br />‘Breaks to ‘talk back’ <br />to those online’<br />‘Ask questions via blog <br />etc. pre-event and <br />then have them <br />discussed at the event’<br />‘I think it all went really <br />well – no suggestions<br />for improvements!’<br />‘Bring back the <br />collaborative <br />Slideshow!’<br />‘I thought it was great – with the most <br />participation online I've ever seen for an event’<br />
  13. 13. Would you be interested in attending, or helping to organise, a regional event?<br />‘It’s a really great initiative ... thanks for sustaining it!’<br />
  14. 14. ‘You guys rock! the NFPtweetups get better each time!’<br />how regularly do you think NFPtweetup should be held? <br />
  15. 15. summary of recommendations: <br /><ul><li>Events should continue quarterly
  16. 16. During the evening is still the preferred time
  17. 17. Keep events central
  18. 18. Consider the benefit of a speed networking session to start the evening?
  19. 19. Maintain the balance between presentations and group sessions
  20. 20. Allow time for a question and answer session – including questions from those online
  21. 21. Emphasise integration Twitter with other social media</li></li></ul><li>thank you to everyone that gave feedback – we’ll use it to shape future events<br />Wiki Page:<br />