And the survey says …

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Hello IMC friends! It’s once again Spring Break here in Morgantown, although you wouldn’t know it based on the weather. Earlier this week it was sunny and 70 degrees and today it’s snowing. Things are pretty quiet on the IMC front, as eCampus has been closed for the better part of this week. I must say that having a little extra time to complete discussion posts is going to come in really handy this week as the stomach flu bug paid us a little visit earlier this week. Gross.

Despite being a little behind on coursework, I was able to create my online survey for my campaigns class. I’m aiming for 100 responses. Sooooo, if you’re in the 18- to 24-year-old age range and feel like helping a pal out, please feel free to click on the link below, answer 10 brief, anonymous questions, and forward the survey to your 18- to 24-year-old friends. How’s that for a pitch? If I could I would offer an incentive for filling it out, but I got nothin’…  😛

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/85VXNXC

Some of my classmates are all about research—some of them even do it as part of their job. Don’t get me wrong, I absolutely understand the need for research to plan an effective IMC campaign, but I’ve never been a number-crunching, statistics kind of a girl. I need a calculator to do simple math. That said, this Survey Monkey site we are using for our class is pretty wild, and makes it easy to create, administer, and interpret results from a survey—even for number-challenged people like me. 🙂

Hope you all have a wonderful Spring Break (even though we technically don’t get one). Are any of you doing anything fun for Spring Break? Going somewhere fun?

3 Responses to “And the survey says …”

  1. Joyce Says:

    I love Survey Money! I use it regularly for work to get feedback from clients. So easy!

    Good luck with reaching 100 (sorry, I’m out of your age range).

  2. Nicola Says:

    Hello Stacey:

    It’s been a while since I’ve commented on your blog.

    Congrats to you, the finish line is now only 5 weeks away!

    And hats off to you, for being able to continue this blog while doing IMC 636.

    I’m doing it as well, and I have to tell you, the courses in this program have all been challenging, some pushed me more than others, but this one, WHEW!!!

    Good luck to you on your survey and focus group, and with the remainder of the program.

    • stacywise Says:

      Hi Nicola,

      I was trying to explain this class to someone and I said, “Think of it this way. It’s like doing a final project assignment every week.” It’s crazy! But we will be so proud of ourselves when we’re done! Good luck on the second half – we are almost there! 😀

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