Posts Tagged ‘Question Bank’


3 Ways Our Sample Survey Questions Can Help You Write Better Surveys

Here at SurveyMonkey, we’re interested in making your life easier. Work smarter, not harder is a basic tenet of our simian existence. And when it comes to writing good survey questions, starting from scratch may not...

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What’s New! An International Question Bank is Born

Hello, ¡Hola!, Bonjour, and Hallo, dear survey fans! As promised in Helga's blog post introducing our new Question Banks in Spanish, French, and German--our post today will give you a glimpse of the science...

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Bonjour! Hallo! ¡Hola! Question Bank Goes International

Here at SurveyMonkey, we understand that sometimes creating surveys can seem a little overwhelming at first. You might have any number of questions swirling around before getting that first question down like--Where do I...

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Surveys in Action: Recent Favorites from Our Customers

You’re pretty impressive. You, dear customers, have been creating some pretty incredible surveys. And we’ve definitely been noticing. Every day, we get the privilege of seeing tons of thoughtfully crafted, well-designed surveys. So, rather than keep...

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Help Center

We’re Here to Help!

Here at SurveyMonkey, we take real pride in our Help Center. It's a project that's never completed, because we're constantly adding new articles, tutorials, videos, and demonstrations. Before a new feature launches, our customer support...

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Video Tutorial: 5 Questions to Ask for a Successful Survey

A few weeks ago, SurveyMonkey's senior methodologist Dr. Liana Epstein, shared the 5 questions you need to ask yourself before you send out your survey. As she explained, when getting ready to create a survey,...

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Making Sense of the Numbers: When to Embrace Relativity, and When to Ignore It

You pull up a chair to your desk, and open up the brand new data file you’ve just downloaded from SurveyMonkey. Ah. Nothing like the smell of new data! Anyway, you open up the...

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