Last call for survey respondents!

Take our four-minute survey, and you’ll get a chance to win a $50 Amazon gift card.

Will you do us a favor and take our short Future of Communications Survey?

The Ragan team is fielding this survey to gauge how communicators like you are prioritizing your efforts in the coming year. We want to hear about your challenges and your viewpoints on the role of the communicator. Your responses will be part of a special report we’re putting together, which we’ll be sure to share with you as a participant. Please take the four-minute survey by this Friday, Nov. 6.

Your responses will be confidential and anonymized, and the results will be shared at our online Future of Communications Conference, held Nov. 10-11. You’ll also be entered into a drawing for a $50 Amazon gift card after survey completion. I hope you’ll join us at the conference or at a future Ragan event!

This survey is in partnership with our Future of Communications sponsors: Microsoft’s Yammer, PoliteMail, Workplace from Facebook, Lumapps, News Direct, Business Wire, ContactMonkey, Aware, Hotwire PR, Whooshkaa, SparkinSight, Institute for Public Relations, Malone Media and Ragan Consulting Group.

Thank you in advance for participating in this important research!

The Ragan Team

COMMENT

One Response to “Last call for survey respondents!”

    Jerrika Swartz says:

    I work in healthcare PR, so what does next year look like? Well, that depends on COVID-19. All in all, we’ve shifted from regular campaign work to 100% COVID-19 back to regular work (with COVID-19 peppered in) back to 90% COVID-19 communications work. The theme of this year has been ‘flexibility’ – and my guess is next year will be the same, especially during Q1-2. We’ve found a way to tell interesting stories with helpful clinical COVID-19 info sprinkled in to ultimately highlight our clinical expertise and increase our reputation amongst the public. I’ve learned more during this pandemic than in the several years of my PR career.

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