Owner at Wynyard Consultants Ltd
26 April 2007 17:47pm
Hi - I am looking for some tips on online survey tools that people may have used and would recommend?
Ideally something not too expensive to implement through a third party hosted service and with good analytics and easy to set up.
CEO at Sensorpro.net
27 April 2007 17:46pm
Have a look at the e-consultancy online survey buyers guide.
Sensorpro is one of the featured suppliers. We just released great looking analytics based on Flex2 charting which can be distributed to a webpage or desktop for presentations and client reporting. Not expensive and easy to setup. All the usual features you would expect -and great service to boot-
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Managing Director at indiumonline
27 April 2007 18:03pm
If you're looking to post questionnaire's for customers/the public etc to fill in, a very usable (and very cheap) tool is survey monkey.
Incredibly easy to use, and offers a lot of scope for a starting price of $20 (USD) (you may more if you generate a lot of responses).
And all the results can be exported into excel for manipulation at will.
I use it for customer surveys, and basic data capture for smaller clients.
Hope that helps
CEO at Clicktools
27 April 2007 19:13pm
The guide, which is hot off the press was compiled by Linus at e-consultancy. he may be worth having a conversation with. If you want some tips on how to's, give me a call, we have a couple of guides that are tool independent, although I think ours is tops!
30 April 2007 09:26am
Hi - thanks all for your help. At this stage, as it's a very basic requirement, I think the Survey Monkey tool is likely to be most appropriate.
CEO at Econsultancy
30 April 2007 19:54pm
Not sure what your exact requirements and budget are but - without wishing to blow their trumpet too much - we use Clicktools (have you ever done one of our surveys?) and have found it to be excellent.
Really easy to use, great out of the box reporting and analytics, and great service / support.
I'm sure there are lots of other good ones too but Clicktools is the one we have actual experience of and are happy to recommend.
10 May 2007 14:56pm
We use penSurvey from Pengower (www.pengower.com) - seems to have the most flexibility in design and offers fanatastic reporting and analysis - capabilities - it even pumps real time results directly into excel - I would strongly recommend.
09 November 2008 21:19pm
Hi, Take a look on www.intrestool.com. It is new intelligent software for making online surveys. The service is new and gives free promo offers. There is good ready content for website feedback, customer satisfaction, school evaluation. Look on examples: http://www.intrestool.com/solutions.html
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