Impact #103 - CAMICO Policyholder Social Media Survey

Be Among the 25 Respondents to Receive a $10 e-Gift Card

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/HQCXW2G

More CPAs are adopting social media as a useful and easy way to stay connected with their profession. Social networking sites such as Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and YouTube are growing in popularity among CPAs as a way to keep up to date with professional trends, industry news, and to share information with peers and followers.

The purpose of this survey is to help CAMICO better understand which social media sites are most frequently used by CPAs and how they’re utilized. Your feedback will help CAMICO enhance its current social media activities and make improvements to how we share information with you.

Please CLICK HERE to answer seven simple questions. The survey should take less than 10 minutes to complete. As a thank you, CAMICO is giving away $10 e-gift cards to the first 15 respondents and 10 randomly selected respondents (so the more reflective and not just the most reflexive have a shot). If you wish to participate in the giveaway, enter your name and email address in the final question box. CAMICO will partner with Tango Card, a digital rewards company, to email winners their $10 e-gift cards. Alternatively, if you do not wish to participate in the e-gift giveaway, please leave Question 8 blank and simply hit the “Done” button at the end of the survey.

Thank you for your participation and feedback. If you have any questions about the survey, please contact the Marketing and Communications Department by phone at 1.800.652.1772 or email marcom@camico.com.

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