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survey promotion on Facebook & Instagram

Posted by Megan Rowe @MeganRowe, Mon, May 6 3:53pm

One of our researchers is doing a community health survey and would like to advertise the link through FB and Instagram. Has anyone done this before? I would love to see examples of the ad verbiage.

We didn't post it (because it was sent to me too late), but another hospital in our community posted this last year:
We invite you to take a short survey to tell the Jacksonville Nonprofit Hospital Partnership about the health needs for Baker, Clay, Duval, Nassau and St. Johns Counties. Your thoughts will help tell us how we can better help the community. [link]

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@audreylaine

We didn't post it (because it was sent to me too late), but another hospital in our community posted this last year:
We invite you to take a short survey to tell the Jacksonville Nonprofit Hospital Partnership about the health needs for Baker, Clay, Duval, Nassau and St. Johns Counties. Your thoughts will help tell us how we can better help the community. [link]

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I like that language! And they posted that on Facebook?

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@MeganRowe

I like that language! And they posted that on Facebook?

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Yep, with a link to the survey.

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We've done both CNHA surveys and some other community health surveys. Ad language in the past has included.

"We’re serious about making positive changes in your life. That’s why we’re asking for your input."

"Help us better support you! When you fill out our community needs survey, you’re helping shape the programs and services we offer."

Not sure how well it would fare now with Facebook cracking down on ad language, but it was pretty successful when we did it.

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