Posts Tagged ‘Dave Goldberg’

How likely are you to buy a drone?

Do Americans Care About Drones?

Drones. Once only part of sci-fi films and futuristic worlds, drones are now on the rise...both literally and figuratively. An increasing number of industries have begun to use unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) or drones for...

Read More


Are Americans Worried About Their Cybersecurity?

From Sony's massive security breach to Target's credit card hack, businesses and organizations both large and small have definitely felt the burn when it comes to the dark side of cybersecurity, or lack thereof....

Read More

SurveyMonkey 2014

Thank You All for a Big 2014

Big News. Big Moves. Big Year. We had a really exciting conclusion to 2014 with the announcement of our latest round of fundraising. It reinforced how fortunate we all feel to work at such an...

Read More

Where to find holiday shopping deals?

What Is the Fate of Black Friday and Cyber Monday?

Americans are getting ready. Not just for long lines at the grocery store but for lines at retailers from local mom-and-pop shops to Walmart, and for what? Black Friday of course. And for those...

Read More


Disrupting the Transportation Marketplace: Uber and Lyft

Are the days of standing on corners and hailing cabs numbered? Ride-sharing services like Lyft and Uber have truly disrupted the market when it comes to transportation options. And beyond just getting a ride,...

Read More

Have you heard of Twitter?

How Do People Use Twitter?

Hear that chirping? That's not the sound of birds you're hearing today but hundreds, thousands, millions of tweets heard 'round the world. Twitter---the online social networking and microblogging service---announces their second quarter company earnings...

Read More

Screen Shot 2014-03-17 at 1.37.41 PM

Smartphone User Survey: What Do Smartphone Consumers Really Want?

SurveyMonkey CEO Dave Goldberg surveyed attendees at the 2014 Mobile World Congress and found that in spite of some mind-blowing new features, smartphone consumers would easily sacrifice big screens and underwater cameras for just...

Read More