Posts Tagged ‘Twitter’


Do You Tweet Your Feelings?

News site, Mashable, breaks down Twitter data from last year and discovers that Mondays are when Twitter users are most likely to be hung-over or late to work--surprising probably nobody. But what times of...

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Mr. Noah Campbell

8-Year-Old Data Fan’s Survey Goes Viral

It’s not every day that your 8-year-old launches a public transit survey that goes viral. My son, Noah, has always been obsessed with subways, trains, and buses. Luckily, we live in the San Francisco Bay...

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Sharing Surveys on Twitter: What a Two-Person Marketing Agency Learned

Getting the opportunity to support small business owners is one of the many reasons we love coming to work every day here at SurveyMonkey. We're continually inspired by the many different ways that businesses...

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Social Collectors

How to Make Your Surveys Social!

It's a stone-cold fact: Everyone's mad about social. Social media that is. Companies, businesses, organizations and institutions of all kinds--corporate, mom-and-pop, nonprofit and charitable groups, schools, hospitals, theaters, the neighborhood kids' lemonade stand down...

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Hurray! We’ve Raised $1 Million for Charity!

Well, folks--you did it. All of us here at SurveyMonkey are very excited and extremely proud to announce that we achieved the milestone of raising one million dollars for charity. Thanks to our amazing Contribute members...

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Are Americans Concerned About Cyber Security?

For the latest installment of the SurveyMonkey Shakedown, our main monkey, Dave Goldberg headed over to Bloomberg West to discuss how Americans feel about the state of cyber security with Emily Chang. In light...

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Do Us a Flavor

Predicting Lay’s Next Potato Chip Flavor with SurveyMonkey Audience

When a company is about to send a new product out into the world, one of the first things they want to know is, “Will people like this?” Sometimes the most effective way to...

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