Happy Tuesday!

The CFB Social Media Working Group will be meeting soon as a precursor to a fuller discussion at one of our upcoming monthly CFB meetings about a collective social media effort. It occurred to me that we've never compiled a list of which social media channels are being used by the CFBs, so I put together a brief, six-question survey.

  *   Only one responder from each CFB is needed. If more than one person from your state responds to the survey it may skew the results so please coordinate accordingly.
  *   The intent is to gather baseline information. Don't overthink a question if it doesn't quite describe your circumstances. Select whichever response is closest.
  *   Responses to all questions are required in order to submit the survey. You may need to select "other" for some questions or enter "N/A" for open ended questions in order to submit your responses if a question doesn't apply to your circumstances.
  *   Please complete the survey by 3:00 pm EST this Friday, April 8.
  *   Link to survey:

Thanks in advance for your assistance. We'll share the results at an upcoming CFB meeting as well as via the listserv.


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