Back in the days when telephone surveys ruled the earth there was a lot of research on the order in which questions were presented to survey-takers. Since control of question order was completely in...Read More →
If you’re a regular blog reader (THANKS), you might remember from our post last week that we ran an experiment on the different progress bar choices offered in SurveyMonkey. We wanted to answer the following...Read More →
Just in case you didn't notice, we gave 10 presentations at AAPOR—THE place to go if you're a survey research professional—and our team was thrilled to not only attend again this year but excited to share our research with colleagues and friends...Read More →
A progress bar allows respondents to keep track of how much progress they’ve made completing a survey. Looks and sounds simple enough, right? Maybe not. There are actually lots of different options for where...Read More →
How long should your survey be?
That’s a tough question to answer. There’s a lot to consider, from the survey’s topic to the people you’re surveying and the question types you’re using.
How about the typical SurveyMonkey...Read More →
Writing a survey can sometimes be challenging. But anything worth doing is challenging. We've heard that too, so no worries.
We love a good challenge, especially when it has to do with—take a guess—yep, surveys.