Posts Tagged ‘YouTube’

SurveyMonkey Must-See TV

WATCH: Must-See SurveyMonkey TV

It’s been a long winter, but spring is almost here! And you know what else that means...time for spring cleaning. So in that spirit, we decided to clear out some of the cobwebs from...

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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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State of Streaming TV

What’s the State of Streaming TV? American Viewers Weigh In

This week, our chief monkey, Dave Goldberg visited Bloomberg West for this month's SurveyMonkey Shakedown to talk the state of streaming TV with Jon Erlichman. In the world of TV and media, it's become much...

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Grand Valley State University Libraries: Using Surveys for Career Research

The Internet, the media--both print and rich--news channels, podcasts, YouTube, magazines, books...there's no lack of where to go to find information. Now say you're a college student and you've just received your first research paper assignment....

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Video Tutorial: How to Embed Videos in Your Survey

Are you an aspiring filmmaker? An iMovie pro? Or maybe you're just a YouTube fiend. It's no secret--video is in demand! And lately, we've been getting lot of requests from some cinema-savvy customers who would...

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The State of Streaming Music, Most Music Lovers are Embracing Online Services

On October 30th, our chief monkey Dave Goldberg went to Bloomberg West for his monthly SurveyMonkey Shakedown segment, and chatted with Nicole Lapin about how consumers are utilizing streaming music services. This month’s survey...

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Not likely to subscribe

The SurveyMonkey Audience Monthly Tracker: July 2012

Last month, we introduced a new project of ours; a monthly tracker to keep up to date with trends in media, leisure, technology and shopping trends over time. We'll be running this same survey once a...

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