Take part in the first ever FrontlineSMS user survey for a chance to win a new GSM modem*!
We’ve designed the first ever FrontlineSMS user survey to help us understand what happens after the software is downloaded from our website. Your responses will help us improve the software and make it easier to use, and will let us know how we can better help you incorporate SMS in your work.
Telling our story
The data will also show our donors and investors how FrontlineSMS is making a difference all over the world – enabling us to keep working and innovating and to keep offering the service for free. And even if you are not currently using the software your answers to the questions that still applicable will really help us.
Win a GSM modem*! And write a post for our blog for a chance to be on the National Geographic website!
As a way to show our appreciation, we are offering a couple of rewards for completing the survey:
First, you are invited to write about your project on the FrontlineSMS blog. Then, we’re very excited to be able to select one project to profile in a forthcoming series of posts that FrontlineSMS is contributing to the National Geographic blog. The National Geographic website receives over ten million hits per month, with a broad international readership, so this is an opportunity to share your project with readers around the world! If you would like to participate, please be sure to use the space provided in the survey to tell us more about your project.
We are also happy to give away five GSM modems*. One lucky survey taker will be randomly selected to receive a free modem every week for the next five weeks!
Your stories are our bread and butter. Help us keep working.
We’re always looking for suggestions, requests, feedback and contributions from you! Let us know if you have anything you’d like to see, or contribute: email email@example.com.
*A GSM modem is a device which plugs directly into your computer, which allows you to easily connect to a mobile network and send text messages. GSM modems are better suited for applications like FrontlineSMS, and are faster and more reliable than attaching a mobile phone.