Posts Tagged ‘SurveyMonkey’


Business Decisions Made Easy with Customer Feedback Surveys

When it comes to knowing what customers want, Rhonda Parmiter is a pro. As the VP of Customer Experience at Continuant, a communications management services provider, Rhonda’s job is to listen to customer needs...

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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...

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February Wrap-up

WATCH: February Blog Wrap-up

That's right, the end of February is here. This month in addition to candy hearts, chocolate and Valentines on our minds, we of course have love---lots of love---on our monkey brains. Specifically, our love...

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SurveyMonkey Speaker Series: Wendy Kopp, CEO of Teach for All

From collaborating with the Harvard Graduate School of Education on our K-12 Parent Survey template to increasing event participation for STEM education at colleges and helping elementary school kids decide what they want for lunch, we're all...

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Obama Delivers State Of The Union Address To Joint Session Of Congress

Real Feedback, Really Fast: State of the Union Edition

For one night at least, President Obama’s ambitious agenda received broad public praise, according to an MSNBC/SurveyMonkey online survey. Big majorities of those tuning into his second to last State of the Union address...

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How to Lift Your CRM with Surveys

In the spirit of winter (Let it snow!) we’re thrilled to welcome guest blogger Otto Imken, VP of Customer Support at Liftopia. Based in San Francisco, Liftopia operates an online marketplace that helps skiers...

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Selfie Time

Selfie Ad Campaigns: Why You May Want to Rethink Your Marketing Strategy

In the age of all-things-mobile and instant gratification, taking a quick selfie has rapidly become a normal part of many people's personal lives and is practically ubiquitous on social media feeds. Even monkeys have...

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