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Y2 Q3 - Quarterly evaluation report (April-June 2013)

Y2 Q3 - Quarterly evaluation report (April-June 2013)

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Quarterly evaluation report from Open Briefing (United Kingdom, 3 July 2013).
Quarterly evaluation report from Open Briefing (United Kingdom, 3 July 2013).

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Quarterly evaluation report
 Y2Q3: April-June 2013Highlights
 
Open Briefing was awarded a grant of £30,000 over three years by thePolden-Puckham Charitable Foundation.
 
We secured our second consultancy client, with a contract worth £2,125.
 
We published 11 original publications – the most in any quarter since ourlaunch.
 
The team has expanded to 26 members and several of our intelligencedesks are now fully operational.
 
Open Briefing’s online influence score continued to steadily increase.
 
Overall, progress was made on seven out of 11 objectives.
Table 1.
Summary of progress achieved to date against each stage 2 objective.
Objective% of targetachievedProgress overlast quarter
Respond to
100
intelligence requirementsfrom civil society organisations16%
 Make
six
significant interventions in key peaceand security debates17% -Attain
3,000
subscribers in total41%
 Attract
4,000
unique visitors a month to theOpen Briefing website54%
 Receive
12
media mentions0% -Achieve an average online influence score of 
60/100
 80%
 File
1,000
items under the regional and issueintelligence desks35%
 Publish
90
Open Briefing publications32%
 Expand the team to
35
members in total74%
 Raise
£190,000
 29%
 Generate
9.5%
of income from sources otherthan trusts and foundations15%
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1.
Respond to
100
intelligence requirements from civil society organisations
Open Briefing has so far responded to
16
intelligence requests from civil society organisations duringstage 2 (16% of target). Six of these was during this quarter and came from Crisis Action and SavannahWisdom.
2.
Make
six
significant interventions in key peace and security debates
Open Briefing has so far made
one
significant intervention in a key security debate during stage 2 (17% of target). This was during the previous quarter.
3.
Attain
3,000
subscribers in total
Open Briefing has a total of 
1,233
subscribers to its e-bulletin, social networks, podcast and other outputs(41% of target). This is up from 862 subscribers at the end of the last quarter. Our e-bulletin now has themost subscribers (416), followed by Twitter (373).
Figure 1.
Number of subscribers to the Open Briefing e-bulletin, social networks, podcast and other outputs.
4.
Attract
4,000
unique visitors a month to the Open Briefing website
There were an average 1,869 unique monthly visitors to the Open Briefing website during this quarter;down from an average 2,019
 
visitors during the previous quarter. The average unique monthly visitorsover stage 2 so far is
2,165
(58% of target).These numbers are lower than hoped for and this was the second quarter in a row that numbers havedropped. The cause of this is still unclear but it may be that users are accessing our material through othermeans – such as through our social networks and mobile app (as evidenced by the steadily increasingnumbers of subscribers and our good online influence score). It is hoped that efforts to increase our publicprofile over the next quarter will increase the number of visitors to our website once more.
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Figure 2.
Number of unique visitors and visits to the Open Briefing website.
 
5.
Receive
12
media mentions
Open Briefing did not receive any media mentions during this quarter.
6.
Achieve an average online influence score of 
60/100
 
Open Briefing uses a basket of online influence metrics (Klout, Kred and PeerIndex) to measure socialmedia influence and Google PageRank to measure relative website importance. Using these, our averageonline influence score across this quarter was 47/100, including a Google PageRank of 5/10. This is anincrease on the 45/100 achieved during the previous quarter.Our current online influence score is
48/100
(80% of target).
Figure 3.
Open Briefing's average online influence score.
05001000150020002500300035004000Oct 12Nov 12Dec 12Jan 13Feb 13Mar 13Apr 13May 13Jun 13VisitorsVisits0102030405060Oct 12Nov 12Dec 12Jan 13Feb 13Mar 13Apr 13May 13Jun 13Average score

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