SurveyMonkey vs. Polldaddy

It is a great post that helps me to choose which tool I can use to create surveys for my students.

The happy news is that whether you’re using a Polldaddy free or paid account, you’ll have access to every response that’s submitted. Plus, there’s no longer a limit on the number of questions in your survey, so ask all the questions you like! …. read the whole announcement here

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survey--monkeyI’ve spoken in length about the importance of quality control surveys and the benefits of implementing this kind of system in your daily business client exchanges. I cannot stress enough the significance of this very uncomplicated tool and how it can help cultivate and advance your daily business model. Customer feedback is by far, our greatest marketing tool, it’s raw data, it’s exceptional, it’s priceless and it allows you to use this data towards amplifying your existing daily operations.

I have a client that is an Optometrist, who uses Demand Force. Granted, Demand Force is a great tool, but it’s costly. However, one of the nice things about Demand Force is it gives you reviews from surveys it sends your clients and allows you to connect this to your website and media outlets. Not only that, Demand Force does this for you automatically. Great. Well kind of, here’s the kicker…

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