Giveth Donor Survey - Reward survey takers with GLove Tokens

Giveth’s Donor Survey is inching closer to going live but before we do that, we have a very important issue to tackle…what to reward the survey takers with?!

After giving it a thorough thought scrubbing, I suggest giving out 30 GLove Tokens to anyone who successfully completes the survey and then posts the following message to their Twitter, while tagging Givethio. (“I just completed this Giveth survey and am helping to shape the Future of Giving! Join me and let your voice be heard on how you too can help to make the world a better place.”)

30 GLove tokens would be enough for any taker to immediately use in our Giveth shop for one piece of swag with 20 GLove tokens and 10 for the shipping.

In closing, we are hoping for as many as 30 current donors to respond, out of the 300+ in our current database, which would be a response rate of about 10% but more realistically, it will most likely be somewhere between 3 and 10 responders.

Feel free to comment below and show your support by voting below:

  • Yes, 30Glove is good with me
  • No, I propose something different in the comments below

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I think that gLove tokens are a great reward for survey takers! Thanks for putting this post together Jake.

I remember that the shipping was being paid for by @Griff at first. Is this still the case?

I think we would want to check in on how the swag gets shipped to people and what the cost is of that.

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the swag shop and swag prices are going to have a dramatic change since incorporating the $nice token. prices will no longer be static and shipping will be dynamic depending on where users live.

We should consider that everything is being paid for by Griff from swag and he asks reimbursement in GIV, so I think anything to spend his funds should be approved by himself.

If we choose to go this route I would suggest we send users $nice tokens instead of gLOVE since it is on gnosis chain, and will add to the promo of the token itself. We should also consider Rinkeby will soon be deprecated.

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I agree with @mitch

Also, I think giving a T-Shirt and shipping that for free seems a little costly for us. We can be less generous! for instance, we only pay for the swag, and the user pays the shipping cost.

Moreover, we should have a cut-off for donation value at least. A donation of 0.01$ must not allow the user to participate in the survey.

After all, we should be thoughtful on implementing it either by paying directly GLove or NICE token

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Yes, I agree I think it’s a good idea, once we figure out how we’re doing it (if we’re using $nice etc.) like @amin said I would add that anyone that wants the reward of swag should have donated something on Giveth (maybe $1 at least)? We can link the Donor course to them for anyone new to Giveth to show them how. If we don’t do that, I’m sure we’ll get a ton of spammers that don’t align with our ecosystem.

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I agree with moving to $nice instead of gLove. Keep moving things to Gnosis and get out of Griff paying for things/requesting reimbursement everywhere we have the opportunity to do so.

I do not agree with asking the donor to pay for their own shipping; taking the time to provide feedback has it’s own cost and nobody should have to incur further expense in order to receive their reward.

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This is a donor survey right? So it’s only going to people who have already donated?

If we are going to link anything that solicits further donations, I would suggest pointing to upcoming features like GIVpower. Note that while some liquidity pools will be going away, donors can keep giving to projects and keep increasing their stream to have even more GIVpower in the future…

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Thanks for the great input Dani! Yes this is for the Donor Survey, but no, we will target both currently and not currently donating people.

Also, we have gone ahead and changed the reward to $nice tokens instead of GLove

Griff will still pay out of his own pocket when users use make orders on the swag shop, regardless of if it’s in $nice or gLOVE. Shipping costs can range anywhere from $5 to $50.

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