Posts Tagged ‘SurveyMonkey Audience’

Does tech distract you while studying?

How is Technology Being Used in the Classroom?

If you’re a regular here (and we sure hope you are), then you know it’s no secret that we love to talk about education. And specifically, how technology in education plays a role both...

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Mud Race

Extreme Obstacle Races: Why We Pay For Pain

Every year, over two million people are willing to pay upwards of $150 to crawl through mud, jump through fire, hurdle themselves over walls, swim through ice water, and get shocked by electrical wires. This...

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Stephen & Dave

Colbert to Replace Letterman: What Will Fans Miss Most?

Big news, late night fans! Stephen Colbert has just been announced as David Letterman's replacement on the Late Show. Although it remains to be seen what this means for the direction of the show and it's...

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Filing tax returns

Surprise! People Don’t Think Filing Taxes Is That Bad

April 15th is almost here again. As people hunker down to finish their income tax returns, we thought it would be a great time to see what Americans really think about doing their taxes....

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Snacks

To Snack or Not to Snack? Depends on Who You Ask!

Snacking. Munching. Nomming. However you choose to phrase it, it seems that more and more Americans are engaging in both pre- and post-meal grazing sessions. But are things really as they seem? That’s one...

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Galaxy S5

What’s the State of the Smartphone?

Our main monkey, Dave Goldberg, stopped by Bloomberg West to chat with Emily Chang about his recent trip to Barcelona for this year's Mobile World Congress and talk about the state of the latest smartphones. Specifically,...

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Research & Data

Know Your Audience: The Importance of Collecting Unbiased Feedback

While it may seem counterintuitive, your existing fans aren’t always the best resource to get unbiased feedback about your products. They’ve already self-identified as believers in your message and fans of your product. Consequently, they...

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