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Say Hello to Our New Survey Writing Guide!

Writing a survey can sometimes feel a little overwhelming at first and if you don’t know where to start, even more so. No worries, we’ve got the solution for you. Say hello to our new SurveyMonkey Audience Survey Writing Guide!

Our Jumpstart Survey Creation experts over at SurveyMonkey Audience have spent the past two years writing hundreds of surveys for customers. They’ve come across a lot of great surveys and not-so-great ones along the way. As a result, they’ve created some best practices with the help of our in-house Methodology team and combined all of our top tips into one easily digestible document.

You can use the Survey Writing Guide if you get stuck on writing a question, before you even begin to think about your survey goals, or to clean up the formatting of your already written survey. We include tips on how to choose goals, common mistakes to look out for and advice on how to write commonly asked questions. Click on the link, bookmark it and use whenever you need help with your survey writing.

Ready to get started? Jump over to our Slideshare channel and dive right into the Survey Writing Guide.

Looking for more expert survey-writing help for your next SurveyMonkey Audience project?

Be sure to check out our Jumpstart Survey Creation service and don’t forget to leave us your questions in the Comments section below!

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