Posts Tagged ‘survey tips’

Survey Tips!

WATCH: How to Avoid Using Industry Terms in Your Survey Questions

Welcome to the fifth installment of our nine-part video tutorial series on how to write awesome and effective surveys! In the series, our Jumpstart Survey Creation experts at SurveyMonkey Audience discuss the step-by-step process for writing a great...

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SurveyMonkey Audience Pricing Behind the Scenes, Part 2: How Survey Length Affects Cost

As noted in our last blog post, part of SurveyMonkey Audience's pricing model is based on the number of questions in a survey. Its length directly translates to the amount of time required for...

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Final Exams: SurveyMonkey Style

‘Tis the season! Final exam season. So, consider this blog post your bluebook, and here is the one open-ended question that requires you to cough up every bit of learning you’ve done this year: What’s...

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Predicting Behaviors Without a Crystal Ball–Here’s How!

In our last post, we talked about how to ask people about their own behavior, like how many times they’ve gone to the gym this week. Now we’ll show you how to ask people...

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How many times do you look in the mirror a year?

The Whole (Behavioral) Truth and Nothing But the Truth? Not Likely…

Hey there friendly blog reader, we're taking a survey! 1. How many times did you look in the mirror last year? 2. How many times did you go to the gym last week? Go ahead and think...

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Jumpstart Survey Creation

Introducing SurveyMonkey Audience’s Jumpstart Survey Creation: Survey Design Made Easy

A well-designed survey gets you data that is succinct, actionable, and easy to analyze. A poorly designed one does just the opposite. Here at SurveyMonkey, we know how writing a survey can sometimes feel...

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Get Better Data and Simplify Analysis: Qualitative vs. Quantitative Questions

Lisa works in Human Resources at Widgets, Inc. Lately, she’s heard rumblings that employees are unhappy with their supervisors, but she’s not sure why. Determined to find out what’s going wrong, she sets up...

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