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    Creating Online Surveys

    Creating online surveys is a very simple and fast way to provide your employees with a way to provide you with the information you need to ensure your company is going in the right direction as well as learn of any issues that need to be handled to creating a productive working environment.

    Steps to Creating online surveys

    The most important reason for creating online surveys is that it allows your employees to answer all the questions and remain anonymous. This allows them to be more honest about the services, products, and even information regarding employee relationships and any issues with management. The online surveys allow each employee to answer questions in a comfortable and safe environment without any worries about backlash from others that work in your company.

    Before creating online surveys, you first must figure out what you want to accomplish. Do you want to know about what customers and employees think of your products or services? Do you need to know more about employee relationships with staff and co-workers? Do you want to target women or minorities in your workforce to learn more about their opinion of the company and the benefits you offer? The main reason for creating online surveys is to answer questions you have, so you must ensure the questions you answer will help you accomplish this goal.

    Create a list of questions. On most online surveys, you will be able to choose from a variety of options including closed questions, open questions, single answer questions, multi answer questions, matrix table questions, and even multiple-choice questions. Most people would rather take a small survey instead of a 20-page survey, so ensure you are answering all the right questions in a short amount of time.

    Once you have the online surveys ready, you now must invite your employees or customers to take part in the part in the survey. You can contact them by email or post a flyer at the company. You can send out the invitation in your company newsletter for employees or send it out in a sale bill to customers.

    Be sure to create a code for each participant to ensure the participants only take the survey one time. Of course, if you want information on your services or products, you may want to invite the general public. If you want to receive responses from the masses, then you may wish to offer a special gift to those that participate in an online survey. You can use a drawing to win a prize or even donate to the winner’s favourite charity. In most cases, this will help bring in more participants to your online surveys.

    At the end of the online surveys, you will be able to analyse the answers and find the answers to all your questions. This information should help you with issues you find as well as learn more about the employee working environment or how people are enjoying your products or services.

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    About Author

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    Phil Cleave

    Phil is part of the Content team at SmartSurvey and has over 20 years experience in the PR and Comms sector writing for Tech Companies.

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