Like Survey Monkey, other applications related to it make it faster and more efficient with 24 hour access. This website compared the similarties and differences between Zoomerang, Survey Monkey, fluidSurvey, and MySurveyLab. It shows how they constucted a survey, how easy they were to use, and what features they offered.
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"All of the applications this week are able to bring the convenience of the web to a survey; allowing customization, on the spot editing (unless you've emailed the survey, this is great for last minute corrections), and integration into websites. All allow users to craft several kinds of questions for their surveys, and Zoomerang and SurveyMonkey offer templates (surveys preformatted with questions) to save you time."
"The list of features was most impressive with SurveyMonkey, though the interface was easier to understand and use with the runner up in the feature category, Zoomerang. Custom themes, filtered responses, and the ability to share reports were some of what made SurveyMonkey feature-rich."
"In the end users are likely to feel that they get what they pay for; enterprise users will want the full range of features and will pay for SurveyMonkey, while budget users will use the free accounts of Zoomerang. Users wanting simplicity will see MySurveyLab and fluidSurveys easy ways to get basic functionality, with users wanting to email survey takers using MySurveyLab."
This is a list of the different surveys that are related to Survey Monkey:
Employee Sugesstion Box
information found- http://www.listio.com/web20/app/SurveyMonkey/ and http://www.listio.com/reviews/2009/01/comparing-survey-applications-zoomerang-surveymonkey-fluidsurveys-and-mysurveylab/
heres just a few reviews or comparisons from users about survey monkey versus whomever...
SOME CUSTOMER COMPARISONS:
from website: http://www.marketingprofs.com/ea/qst_question.asp?qstID=17278Posted by: Tracey
3/14/2007 6:25 PM (CST)
Of the two, I prefer SurveyMonkey because it's easier to use. Zoomerang has a ton of templates, but they weren't useful to me because it was always easier to just build one from scratch. I believe both have the same capabilities in terms of designing questions, answers, and logic. I'd rather pay-as-I-go then pay the lumpsome, too
from the website: http://www.ahme.org/discus/messages/24/480.html?1147822345
Posted on Tuesday, May 16, 2006 - 07:32 pm:
I looked into and tried both on a free subscription, and both work. When I purchased, I did so with surveymonkey and am not disappointed. As the presentation you had shows, the monkey is cheaper...and in my case I just went ahead and paid a one-time fee of $200 for the entire year, as opposed to a monthly fee, as it too was cheaper.
Surveymonkey does have templates, contrary to the presentation, and it downloads simply into an html page or excel or comma-delimited, so you have numerous options. I just downloaded one and graphed in excel nicely, and you could also set up logic once in excel to "score" a test, if it is set up properly.
I think it was already worth the $200, after 6 months, and it has made a number of "gee we ought to do that" projects a quick reality. I've used it with residents on a number of quickie research projects, and this was the difference between them doing it and not. I don't think you'd go wrong with either.
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