SurveyGizmo Just Got Much Faster

We’ve just increased the speed of SurveyGizmo’s online survey tool – now users can build, revise and manage survey projects quicker and easier than ever. In our Feedback Forum, SurveyGizmo users challenged us to “Make SurveyGizmo lightning fast!” Our Product Team stepped up to the challenge, improving the speed of our tool dramatically. We’ve added some…

Get Survey Responses Even Faster Using Online Survey Panels

Have you ever had the ideal survey taker in mind, but didn’t now how to get your survey in front of them? Well, there is actually and entire industry dedicated to helping you with this problem. They are called survey panel companies, and they are there to help you get your target audience to take…

New Feature: Integration with FreshBooks

As many of you know, SurveyGizmo has been part of the Small Business Web for the past couple of years (we helped them throw a killer party at last year’s SxSW conference as some of you may recall…). The Small Business Web is comprised of quite a few like-minded companies that want to do their…

Interpreting Trends in Your Survey Data

In my last article I showed ways to plot trend data or measurements over time (see Likert Scales and One Number Reporting). I want to continue that discussion by talking about how to look at and interpret these data. The Most Important Question There is really only one question to ask when interpreting trend data…

Exporting Survey Data to SPSS

I’m sure you’ve used SurveyGizmo’s exporting capabilities to export your data over to Excel or have used the pre-made Summary, TURF, and Cross tab reports, but did you know that you can export your data to SPSS to do even deeper data analysis and manipulation? We’ve actually just updated

Recording States into Regions with SPSS

Often when conducting surveys, you would like to slice your data in regards to specific territories/regions. This can be achieved manually sorting your data and creating groups however; syntax can speed up the process and be reused over and over. In the example below I’m recoding the State variable provided by SurveyGizmo. (Incidentally, SurveyGizmo is…

Likert Scales and One Number Reporting

Last time I talked about reporting matrix data in “Discovering Different Ways to Report on Matrix or Table Data”. In that article, we found that a matrix of Likert scale questions is a useful survey question and we explored ways to report the resulting data. Now, we’ll look at what happens when we add another…

European Union’s new Cookie Law and what it means for EU SurveyGizmo Users

This morning while reading the news on the BBC website I came across a very interesting article about a new law coming into effect for the EU about cookie usage and tracking (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-12668552). In an effort to protect the privacy of their citizens using the internet the EU has now passed a law that will…

Male vs. Female Survey Respondents: As Different As X and Y

Male and female brains are dramatically different anatomically, chemically, hormonally, and physiologically. Experts have discovered that there are actual differences in the way men’s and women’s brains are structured, genetically affecting the way they react to events and stimuli. Masters of Healthcare’s 10 Big Differences Between Men’s and Women’s Brains illustrates some of the variants…

Building a Minecraft Poll Integration with SurveyGizmo’s API

Sometimes employees do things creative and amazing in their normal roles, and sometimes they go above and beyond and do amazing things with their free time! Ryan Hadley, our System Administrator, has been the king of Minecraft, a game about placing blocks to build anything you can imagine. He decided to put his evil powers…

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