Grow Your Meetup! Survey | #WCUS
Hello! We're hosting the Grow Your Meetup workshop at WordCamp US 2019.

To prepare for the workshop, we're looking for insights and advice from other WordPress meetup organizers. What's worked for you? What hasn't worked for you? Tell us below. We'll roll your contributions into our workshop materials.

Note: You don't need to be attending the workshop to submit a response!

Submissions are anonymous, but you're welcome to identify yourself for kudos (!), follow-up questions, or to stay in the loop about the workshop.

Thanks for contributing!

- Meagan, Victor, Andy and April
Share your experiences
Tell us a bit about your group. *
You can be as vague or as detailed as you want. The more context you provide, the better.
How big is your meetup group? *
Approximately how many members do you have?
How long has your group been around? *
When did the group come together?
How often do you meet? *
How frequent are your meetup events, on average?
How do you promote your meetup? *
How do you let people know about your meetup group and activities?
What’s worked for your meetup? *
What specific things have you done to successfully grow your local meetup group?
What issues have you run into? *
What problems have you encountered in growing your meetup? How are you handling them? / How did you overcome them?
What's your advice for new meetup organizers? *
Imagine you're talking to someone who just started a local meetup group. What advice would you give?
Any other advice or comments?
Can we share your responses on stage? *
We'd love to use quotes from survey responses during the workshop. Can we use yours?
Additional details (optional)
What's your meetup group URL?
What's your name?
What's your Twitter handle?
What's your email address?
We'll use this to follow up with questions (or send you updates if you opt in below).
Can we email you with workshop updates?
Opt into receiving updates about the "Grow Your Meetup!" workshop at WCUS.
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