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Results of poll on Web 2.0 Stakeholder engagement


 The results of the web 2.0 stakeholder poll are in! The poll asked the question “How does you organisation engage stakeholders with Web2.0?” 9 options were given for response and poll voters were able to select as many of these as were relevant. In summary this is what the poll responses told us:

  • Blogs were the post popular form of Web 2.0 interaction for poll voters with a  result of 26% ,
  • YouTube, Facebook, Flickr and Twitter were equally popular, all polling a result of 13%,
  • 10% of voters indicated that their organisation’s were not using Web 2.o and
  • 6% of voters were using Wiki’s, while no one was using Slideshare.

We also received responses under the other answer category including the ever popular “What!?” as well as some voters who were using Nings. Thanks for your participation!


Category: Digital 2.0
  • Craig Tibbitts says:

    Hi Fiona,

    An interesting post. Can you tell us how many responses you had to the poll? Just so we have some idea of quantity.

    I’m working on a project team at the moment which is to inform Commonwealth cultural institutions of the various issues in developing protocols for Web 2.0 participation.


    Craig Tibbitts
    Research Centre
    Australian War Memorial

    April 8, 2010 at 11:58 am
  • Fiona Sullivan says:

    Craig, we received almost 40 votes in the poll, however, we have no idea who was voting or between them how many institutions they represented.

    This makes it difficult to know what to make of it. It’s one of the reasons the results of the poll were phrased so carefully!

    April 8, 2010 at 2:55 pm