[Membership-affairs] Dismal survey response rates
aelsadr at egyptig.org
Wed Mar 11 17:06:10 CET 2015
Along with sending out reminders, it may also be a good idea to extend the deadline for submitting responses a little.
Although this group’s been in quite a bit of dialogue involving creating the survey, the rest of the members haven’t been as engaged. A combination of a campaign to get members to respond along with a little bit of a deadline extension may be helpful.
On Mar 11, 2015, at 4:52 PM, Stephanie Perrin <stephanie.perrin at mail.utoronto.ca> wrote:
> Don't despair, we are all slow off the mark (I havent filled it out, and will probably require 3 reminders, that is pretty much standard). I think it is a good idea to get Maryam to send it out, you are probably right about the filters....some people only read their filtered files once a week.
> cheers Stephanie
> On 15-03-11 7:22 AM, Walid AL-SAQAF wrote:
>> Dear friends,
>> It looks like the NCUC survey is not getting enough traction as far as
>> I can tell. As of today, we have only 16 responses (less than 4%).
>> Do you have any suggestions to encourage more participation? Would it
>> be a good idea for example to post a message on the ICANN Fellows
>> mailing list (or other lists) for example where I know many are
>> actually NCUC members? We don't want to abuse those lists but if they
>> have to do with ICANN maybe such a step could be acceptable.
>> Could Maryam send out the invitation directly to members (via bcc)
>> through mass email instead of through the NCUC-discuss? It is not
>> unlikely that some members just ignore or automatically filter out
>> emails with the [NCUC-DISCUSS] heading (or other mailing list messages
>> for that matter).
>> Any ideas?
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