Do most of your online surveys have a welcome page? The next time you create a survey, here are a few good reasons you should include one.
Every Thursday, we cook breakfast for the entire company. Learn how we used the SurveyGizmo survey API to create an online food ordering system…and keep us well-fed.
In my last article, I discussed the first five points on my list of the most common mistakes made when writing surveys. As I said last time, although it’s nice to know the most common survey mistakes made, the real value is in understanding how to avoid them.
As a survey expert I see the same mistakes in surveys all the time. In fact, last night our neighbor was over and he had just completed a customer survey at a local restaurant. He was complaining that they had asked a bunch of multiple-choice questions that didn’t apply to him. Even worse, there was no “not applicable” option and the survey required an answer to every question! This one simple example alone incorporates the first three of the most common mistakes I see in surveys.
Christian Vanek might be better known for what he doesn’t believe in as a leader than what he does. He doesn’t believe in top-down management. He doesn’t believe a workplace needs to be stiff and formal. And he doesn’t believe in sitting in his office behind a closed door.
Over the course of the summer I’ve spoken with several different groups about how to start and grow a business. While it’s been inspiring to meet so many small business owners in the Denver and Boulder communities, I’ve been surprised by the number of myths and mistruths I’ve heard mentioned in the discussions I’ve led. So I wanted to set the record straight.
Inc. Magazine recently announced the Inc. 500 – their annual list of the fastest-growing private companies in the U.S. And we’re thrilled to say that we’re ranked the 13th fastest-growing private software company in the U.S. (and #144 overall).
Inc. Magazine has unveiled its 30th Annual List of America’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies – the Inc. 500. The magazine has ranked SurveyGizmo No. 144 on Inc. 500 List. The list represents the most comprehensive look at the most important segment of the economy – America’s independent entrepreneurs.
Last week we introduced our 5-Pack of Custom Survey Questions – a new summer promo that extends the functionality of SurveyGizmo using add-on question types. Today we want to dig in a little more with one of our most popular new custom question types: the slider survey question. What is a Slider Survey Question? Slider…
The 2011 Mercury 100 List was announced in May, ranking SurveyGizmo as the fourth fastest-growing company among privately-owned companies in Boulder and Broomfield Counties with earnings over $2 million. Presented by The Boulder County Business Report, two lists spotlight the top 50 companies with annual revenue of more than $2 million and those under $2…