ProProfs Releases Free Online Survey Maker
Santa Monica, CA. based ProProfs recently announced the release of it's free online survey tool, Survey Maker. Designed for small businesses, educators, and marketers alike, ProProfs Survey Maker allows people to easily create, distribute and analyze survey data for up to 50 people using a drag and drop interface. A small upgrade fee enables users who require unlimited surveys, additional reporting and security features, the ability to create more complicated surveys for larger respondent pools.
The free version allows anyone to create surveys on all kinds of topics. Customer and employee satisfaction surveys, market research, event surveys, and educational surveys are just a few examples. You can add multiple question types, custom messages and prompts as well as social media sharing options. Question types can be multiple choice, mutually exclusive checkboxes or multiple answer boxes, essay or free form text boxes, or fill-in-the-blank.
And to increase the response, users can opt to allow sharing of surveys via Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, Blogger, Flickr, Facebook or via an RSS feed. You can also send the survey links via email or embed them on their website or blog. In addition, surveys are compatible with multiple platforms including web, iPad, iPhone, Android devices and laptops.
Our free survey software is simple and easy to use, and yet supports powerful features such as response grading, advanced reports and comprehensive range of question types, making it possible for anyone to create sophisticated surveys”, said ProProfs CEO Sameer Bhatia. “Plus, our software provides detailed statistics and intelligent insights on the data collected”.
Survey Maker automatically analyzes data, presents the information in charts and/or graphs which can then be instantly downloaded to excel for further manipulation. You can also pull information such as number of respondents, the date and time the survey was taken as well as information on the IP address of the computer where the survey was taken.
To create an online survey for free, visit http://proprofs.com/survey/