Aug 1 Posted 9 months ago
I did quite a bit of research and I have to agree with the others, SoGoSurvey appears to be the best option. The fact that it offers a wide variety of tools, and offers a superior level of customization; coupled with the discounts provided for students, academics, and non-profits make them a considerably better option than their competitors.
Sep 3 Posted 1 year ago
We used SurveyMonster. SurveyMonster is also a great solution with drag/drop ajax interface. it is like wufoo except it is 3 times cheaper and have a decent free account (not a trial). check it out at http://www.surveymonster.com
Feb 11 Posted 2 years ago
True Jasmine, SoGoSurvey is a revolutionary tool, perhaps the best online survey tool which will go a long way ahead of its competitors!
Jan 30 Posted 2 years ago
I am glad to know that SoGoSurvey, the online survey software I use, has all of the features listed above. In addition to customization, piping and branching, it provides a whole lot of features such as rules & alerts, response rate analysis, multimedia embedding, etc.
Jan 25 Posted 2 years ago
For me, company size would not be an important attribute. I will look for a tool with lots of features with some degree of flexibility. In fact, when I chose an online survey tool, it was more about value for money and features that can preserve the credibility of the survey.
Oct 29 Posted 2 years ago
A very informative blog about what things we should keep in mind while selecting a surveys tool online. Suggesting few points in addition to the one's already mentioned above:
Survey Tools should allow Free Students Licence too for the college going students who might need these survey tools for their dissertations etc like me. I have a Free Professional account on www.sogosurvey.com which allows to use all the features in a free upgrade for students. Not a worry that its a free account with limitations, best thing what i see as a student.
Oct 12 Posted 2 years ago
It is a very helpful information shared here: If i may add , a survey tool must also be very strong with their support.If the support is strong, then people feel connected to them and they get their problems or doubts sorted.
Oct 3 Posted 2 years ago
I believe we have many online survey tools in the market and they offer somewhat same features . A survey tool which may be the best among them would be the one which has an edge over others. Like Survey Monkey or Fluid Survey Or SoGoSurvey. They all are doing really great in the business and having great features.
Sep 29 Posted 2 years ago
From my point of view the really most important is to make sure that you are getting good support. Without Support there is really no point of putting money or time on a tool.
Sep 24 Posted 2 years ago
The software should be :
Has all the features required.
And all this i find in www.sogosurvey.com.
My vote goes to them !!!!
Sep 18 Posted 2 years ago
SoGoSurvey has been in the business for sometime and is doing pretty good in terms of introducing new features and packages. So would suggest to go for it as it keeps on updating the product and very user friendly.
Mar 6 Posted 3 years ago
This is a great list and I am especially glad you added piping and branching. Coming up with follow-up questions to a consumer's answer is HUGE in my opinion. Choosing the right software for surveys can be a daunting task. Thanks for the helpful post.
Dec 13 Posted 3 years ago
I agree with this post Web Survey Software is branding. most of the popular your site and thanks for shring this post.
Nov 24 Posted 3 years ago
I think the web based survey software is the best since it doesn't consume much of your computer resources, you would only need a good network connection to make it work and the best part about it is that you can access your survey camera no matter where you are. If you decide to use a one of the in-house computers, I think you should also consider to use that computer for this purpose only and get a regcure software too, it keeps the operating system healthy by deleting temporary files and other unnecessary information which clogs it.
Nov 11 Posted 3 years ago
Agree with the points and Chad's point. Branding is a good idea as the surveys ususally go out to a large audience and if its not clear who is behind the survey then customers are less likely to complete them.
Oct 14 Posted 3 years ago
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Oct 13 Posted 3 years ago
Another important aspect of online survey tools is branding. Most of the popular survey providers offer various levels of service at different price points which can affect the overal branding of the surveys you distribute to your customers. You should decided how important it is to your company to have exclusive url branding without the "powered by" logo of the survey provider displayed as part of the survey.
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