Pre-Social Shake-Up Survey: How Would You Shake Up Your Social Media Strategy?

Are you satisfied with the results of your brand's social media strategy, or is it time to shake it up?

Please participate in this quick 3-question survey and tell us whether—and how—you would shake up your own social media strategy.

PR News hopes to hear from you in time for its Social Shake-Up Show, which will be held May 22-24, 2017, in Atlanta. We’ve programmed three multi-tracked days that feature top communicators at top brands wrestling with the tech developments that are shaking up the way we communicate with each other and the way we live.

Take the survey now for a chance to win a $50 Amazon gift card. One respondent will be selected randomly to receive the prize, but you must respond by Tuesday, May 16, for a chance to win.

A summary of the survey results will be published on Your individual responses will be kept confidential.

At The Social Shake-Up on May 22-24, 2017, at the W hotel in Atlanta, speakers from Twitter, Google, the Atlanta Hawks, Dunkin' Brands, Oracle, American Cancer Society, Arby’s, The Coca-Cola Company, Nissan, Hilton Worldwide, Microsoft and more will show you and your team how to take your social media strategy to the next level. This three-day social media conference is designed for digital, social, marketing, PR and communications professionals looking for new, innovative ways to keep integrating social media into their overall business strategy.

PR News' Social Shake-Up is sponsored by APCO Worldwide, Digimind, Lithium Technologies, NetBase and Zignal Labs.

*Complete the following for a chance to win.

How Would You Shake Up Your Social Media Strategy?
  •   Yes—our social media strategy definitively moves the business needle for our organization
      No—our social media strategy needs to be shaken up
      Not sure

  •   Yes
      Not sure

  •   I’d invest more money in my social media strategy
      I’d invest more time in my social media activities
      I’d invest more resources (in-house staff, freelancers)

  •   B2C company
      B2B company
      Sole practitioner
  •   1-5 years
      6-10 years
      11-20 years
      More than 20 years
      I am not a communications professional