Developer at Objects Pty Ptd
07 August 2003 04:27am
You might want to look at http://www.evalu8.com.au.
It provides a very powerful authoring environment, and strong reporting options.
07 August 2003 09:21am
I should add that I am involved in the development of Evalu8.
Software develper at ObjectPlanet Inc.
15 August 2003 15:42pm
On 15:57:01 10 July 2003 dchaffey wrote:
>Confirmit is another leading
>product used by a number of corporates - Egg, Virgin.net,
Fndr at Majestic12.co.uk
03 September 2003 14:02pm
www.surveyshack.com is a new entrant.
If I was making a choice of provider I would look into actual technology they use - one email survey is not the same as the other due to different response rates affected by technological choices. Back in Jungle.com we were running surveys for around 3 years and we had excellent response rates - 70-90% without any incentive primarily due to integrating surveys (or polls we called them) into HTML mail. Most other survey companies would invite people to click on a link to go to a website where survey is located, however, this drastically affects response rate which forces many people to offer incentives, which in my opinion diminishes quality of the survey.
It is my understanding that SurveyShack.com is using embedded in HTML surveys.
disclaimer: I used to work for CEO of that company who at that time was MD of Jungle.com, naturally, he comes highly recommended as under his leadership Jungle became #2 online brand after Amazon. I've given some free advice to SurveyShack a while ago but other than that we are not related.
CEO at Econsultancy
03 September 2003 14:52pm
In case you're interested, after looking at various tools and services (including those mentioned in the replies above) we decided to build our own survey in-house. It's at http://www.e-consultancy.com/other/ratecardsurvey/
In the end the charging models and flexibility of what was on offer meant it made more sense for us to do it ourselves. From what we looked at these tools made most sense for companies conducting a larger number of regular, relatively simple surveys, where there was no in-house expertise available to deliver them. Customer satisfaction surveys, staff surveys and the like seem obvious candidates.
20 February 2004 12:42pm
Just completed an ABCe online survey which used these guys -
Online Surveys / Customer Research seems to be an area set for quite some growth this year in terms of demand and the number of suppliers (particuarly is it can be 100% web-based making it a global marketplace).
Online Channel Manager at Sangamo Ltd
24 February 2004 09:15am
Survey Monkey has served us well over the last couple of years - and it's available at at silly price :o)
Director of Digital Marketing at BSA Sales, Inc
01 April 2004 15:44pm
As a customer of Zoomerang for 2 1/2 years, I strongly advise that you do not use their service. My company designed custom import procedures to get our survey results into our CRM and Zoomerang kept making little changes that would mess up the import problems.
I had many months when I could not even use their service due to the fact that they were having a technical problem and it took on average, a few months for them to fix even the slightest problems. Zoomerang may be an inexpensive solution, but the old adage "you get what you pay for" definitely applies in this instance.
10 February 2006 01:54am
I don't understand why people use Zoomerang with all options that are out there. Zoomerang's subscription plans are not flexible at all. Not everyone wants year subscription for 600 bucks!
I use http://www.stellarsurvey.com I pay $10 bucks a month, I get to build any type of survey I want and collect as many results I want. I conducted several surveys with StellarSurvey, so far I been happy with their service.
Hope this helps.
On 15:44:28 1 April 2004 HammerSC wrote:
>As a customer of Zoomerang for 2 1/2 years, I strongly
>advise that you do not use their service. My company
>designed custom import procedures to get our survey
>results into our CRM and Zoomerang kept making little
>changes that would mess up the import problems.
>I had many months when I could not even use their service
>due to the fact that they were having a technical problem
>and it took on average, a few months for them to fix even
>the slightest problems. Zoomerang may be an inexpensive
>solution, but the old adage "you get what you pay
>for" definitely applies in this instance.
University of Wien
11 February 2006 21:34pm
Globalpark (http://www.globalpark.de/eng/) is a another leading tool for online surveys and online panels. The product is used by a number of corporates like TNS, GfK, DaimlerChrysler ...
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