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How many questions should be asked in a survey?

When tackling your next survey, many don’t take the time to consider the core questions…

5 tested tips to increase survey response rates

No doubt you’ve heard the adage: “If you can’t measure it, you can’t improve it!”…

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Why create online surveys?
Why create online surveys?

Why create online surveys?

The answer is simple; creating online surveys is an effective and engaging way of gathering…

Ask the right questions when you measure your customer satisfaction

Regardless of where in the world the companies with the best customer satisfaction and positive…

Survey Software – The Modern Way to Gather Data

Survey software Whatever your field, there is a good chance that you will at some…

How to analyze survey data: A 5-step guide

Your survey has done its job and the answers have been collected. Now you're standing in front of the results ready to dig for new insights. It can feel a bit overwhelming at first glance, but don't worry – as soon as you get started you will find it quite easy (and probably both fun and a bit addictive too) and we are here to guide you through the whole process. So take a deep breath and jump into our five-step guide about how to become your company's survey analyser pro!

6 steps in planning a survey that will help you avoid the most common mistakes

The better the planning, the better the survey. Spending more time on planning your survey will save you even more time later on. You will have a more reliable result and a higher response rate as good planning helps you discover pitfalls at an early stage, not after the survey has been sent out. Good preparatory work quite simply helps you start off correctly and gives you a clear path to follow throughout the survey work. Here are 6 steps to help structure your survey planning and get going faster.

7 tips to improve your online survey questions

Your purpose is clear and you know what kind of insights you want to gain with your survey. It’s time to sit down and write the questions. This is really not that hard, but there are a few things that are good to know when writing your questions. Here are seven quick and simple tips that help you write the best online survey questions possible.

Five effective ways to increase your survey response rate

Getting as many people as possible to answer your survey is a challenge, but there are ways to motivate people. Here is a collection of five posts that in different ways tells you more about how to create surveys that will get a higher response rate!

Five easy ways to create better surveys and raise your response rate

If you want to succeed with surveys, get as high a response rate as possible and make sure that the respondents understand everything in your survey there are a few things you need to think about. Here are five things that you should keep in mind when creating surveys.

Tip: How to use Yes or No questions properly!

Surprisingly common in surveys questions are formulated so that they can only be answered with a Yes or No. In the fact-based questions, it is usually an obvious answer, but in surveys, the questions are often a bit more complicated. The yes or no questions are especially important to ensure that the issue cannot be misunderstood. Our survey consultant Sakarias Fasth tells us more about what you should consider and avoid when writing survey questions.

How to motivate people to answer surveys

Carrots have many shapes and colours. One of the first surveys that I ever answered…