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The SurveyMonkey Alternative for Enterprise Survey Software

SurveyMonkey and FluidSurveys are the web’s most popular online survey platforms. Whether you’re looking to start building surveys and questionnaires in seconds, or need a robust enterprise-wide solution, we can help! FluidSurveys or SurveyMonkey? Which alternative is for me? FluidSurveys…

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4 Mobile Friendly Question Types on FluidSurveys

In today`s age of online surveying, organizations have to recognize that survey respondents will be accessing their questionnaire on a variety of devices. Desktop devices, like laptops and computers, are no longer the only primary tools used to access the…

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Join the Debate! How Many Questions per Survey Page?

It's an age old question, disputed since the beginning of online surveying. Learn how perspectives have changed on this issue over the past decade and gain insight on today's best practices.

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6 Ways to Email Surveys and Stay Compliant with CASL Using FluidSurveys

The Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) came into effect on July 1st, causing a major stir in companies and industries that depend on mass emails as a form of communication to their customers. Of course, it could be argued that no…

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Reaching Your Respondents: Comparing Pop-up, Embed and Email Invite Surveying

How someone deploys their online survey depends on many factors. This article takes a look at the the main ways to reach respondents including pop-ups, email invites and embed surveys. Learn what is the right method for your organization.

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Causal Research: Identifying Relationships and Making Business Decisions through Experimentation

Causal research is an organization's best way to prove or disprove the effectiveness of a marketing strategy. When making important decisions, it is essential for a successful business to throw luck out of the equation. Learn how implementing causal research into your business plan can help you do just that!