(Feel free to cut and paste this text into your story. You heard us right—plagiarize away.)
SurveyMonkey is the world’s leading online survey platform, with more than 3 million survey responses every day. SurveyMonkey has revolutionized the way people give and take feedback, making it accessible, simple and affordable for everyone. The company was founded in 1999 with a focus on helping people make better decisions, and has built technology based on over 10 years of experience in survey methodology and web development. Customers include 99% of the Fortune 500, academic institutions, organizations and neighborhood soccer leagues everywhere.
The company has more than 500 employees worldwide with headquarters in Palo Alto, CA. For more information, visit www.surveymonkey.com.
Since you’re curious: 20+ million people worldwide, including 99% of the Fortune 500, small businesses, non-profits, academics, researchers, medical professionals, event planners and individuals like yourself.
Help people make better decisions
1999, the year of the dot com bubble. Talking sock puppets, a grocery-delivering van…need we say more? College junior Ryan Finley, working a part-time job, is asked to send a survey to customers. Easier said than done. Enter bright idea (It was the age of raging ideas, after all.). Ryan works nights and weekends – weekends and nights — to create a simple online survey tool, the first of its kind. A name. He needs a name. One that captures the innate curiosity and thirst for knowledge that makes people ask questions in the first place. Stuck, Ryan takes a walk to the park. He goes over to the children’s playground and swings on the monkey bars—reaching, hoping a name will come to mind. Swinging Surveys. Too sixties. Monkeys. Monkeys are curious. Monkeys have opposable thumbs. The rest, as they say, is survey history.
SurveyMonkey is one word, always spelled with a capital “S” and “M”.
The best decisions start here.™
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