Increase engagement and response rates by making your survey more relevant to your respondents
All too often survey researchers forget to answer the all important question – who is my target audience? The continue to develop questions based on what they assume is important to their audience. Inevitably, this leads to poor response rates.
Snap Surveys guest blogger, Gary Austin of Austin Research discusses why it is worth spending time making sure your survey is “rooted in the realities of respondents lives” in his recent blog post, Root Survey Research in Respondent Reality(below). Continue reading →
New to the world of online surveys? Watch our informative introduction to online surveys video to help you get started in Snap Survey Software.
Starting with an overview of Snap Survey Software, this video tutorial will demonstrate how to design, share, and analyze your first Snap survey. See how online surveys fit into the survey process with Snap Survey Software.
Find out more about getting started with Snap Survey Software in the new Snap Support Hub.
View a helpful free webinar on how to transform and recategorize survey data with derived variables in Snap Survey Software
In this very informative webinar, knowledgeable Snap Survey Software trainers, Marc Ellison and Jay Arbelo, take a detailed look at derived variables – the key to transforming your survey data into meaningful analysis. You will learn how to use derived variables to recategorize and transform survey data into new variable types, for example: combine categories within a multiple-choice variable, and convert numeric, date & time, and literal data into categories.
This webinar covers:
Analyzing open questions & recording questions using a derived variable
Access our helpful worksheet to learn how you can customize all your survey check boxes in Style mode
We have created a new helpful worksheet that explains how to create customized response boxes to match your company branding, and save your question style to reuse with other surveys.
Snap Survey Software has two modes for creating questionnaires: Design and Style. Design mode is where you add questions. Style mode is where you define the look of the question types used in the questionnaire.
This worksheet shows you how to use Style mode to:
Use images as response boxes for your multiple-choice questions
Access our free interactive tutorial that will walk you through the steps to save a customer survey template and question library
Use this interactive tutorial to learn at your own pace, in your own time. Our latest interactive tutorial will guide you through the use of SuveyPaks to create a template from which you can quickly create new surveys, preconfigured with specific design elements and content. For example, frequently asked questions and organizational branding.
What’s new in Snap WebHost? Enhanced password security, options to search, sort, and manage your online surveys, and more…
We have added some great new features to Snap WebHost, our online survey management system – providing online surveys and mobile interviewing managed through one easy to use online subscription service.
As part of our ongoing efforts to maintain the highest standards of security, we’ve strengthened the complexity rules for new and changed passwords. We’ve also added folders for you to organize your surveys, for example, by project or date, plus search and sort options to help you easily find the survey project you’re looking for.
The new Snap Support Hub contains a collection of indispensable resources & information
View the all new Snap Support Hub. All valuable resources have been organized by subject to make it easier for Snap Survey Software users to find the information they need, when they need it. View a wealth of resources, including: interactive tutorials, video guides, worksheets, blog articles, webinar recordings, user forum, online user help guide, and installation instructions – all in one central location. Continue reading →
Learn the 45 words & phrases you should avoid in Email Subject Lines
With any online survey email invitation, survey researchers face a number of challenges. It is especially challenging to send a survey to participants who have never heard of your company or are unaware of what you are trying to achieve from your survey research. Challenges include deliverability, open rates, and conversion rates (the successful completion of your survey). Because of these challenges, it is an essential step in the survey research process to carefully plan an email invitation subject line that passes through spam filters, seizes participants’ attention and persuades them to open the questionnaire, and submit completed responses. Continue reading →
Create a customized course evaluation solution for your growing educational institution
The summer is coming to an end and a fresh new school year has started. Time is flying by. There is no better time than the present to get started developing your course evaluations.
Are you looking for a more efficient course evaluation solution? With Snap Survey Software, educational institutions can easily administer and collect data directly from students, generate analysis, and create & distribute simple or advanced reports that can easily display areas of strength or areas that need continued improvement. Continue reading →