You’ve created the perfect market research survey. Now, how will you distribute your survey and get a statistically significant number of responses quickly? You’ve mulled over this more times than you’ve been to the coffee machine. You’ve created survey questions, created every combination of answers–even perfected the order of the questions. Then you reviewed the survey, and changed the survey. You then shared the survey with someone else for their review, and probably changed it
PollSnack is an easy online tool for polls and surveys, allowing you to create and conduct market questionnaires without having to learn complicated software. The resulting survey reporting is very simple and straightforward, with results being displayed in real-time. How to Embed a Simple Poll in Facebook Here’s a short video on how you can utilize PollSnack to embed a poll or survey easily within Facebook. The resulting poll can also be embedded in a
We love tools that capture information from customers, but there is really no one-fits-all solution. Sometimes you need different question options, sometimes dynamic question and answer, other times you need personalization. I’ve been asked to be a Judge in Indianapolis’ TechPoint Mira Awards for 2014 and Joshua Hall is utilizing the tool for judges to capture information and vote on each nominee. It’s a great tool that’s another output of the innovative incubators at SproutBox.
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I know I am. I simply can’t keep up with all the conversations I’m balancing across all of my social networks. Thankfully, tools like Viralheat, Hubspot, Hootsuite, Buffer and others are helping me manage alerts, mentions, responses and conversations… but I still feel as though I’m not doing all that I should be doing to keep up. I’m not the only one according to MyLife and Harris Interactive. MyLife recently wrapped up a national survey