I have an idea to build an app for people who have a limited circle and wish to seek friendship (girls with girls,guy and guy), similar to tinder, simple to use and private. Question 1: Not sure if this idea is marketable. Would it be an ideal 1st step to send out surveys to test out? Question 2: Would guys be as interested to this app as girls?
Ah, Tinder for introverts? I have used SurveyMonkey before and I am using it now to test an online/on demand PR course that I am filming. Yes, it is a great idea to test with SurveyMonkey and it is a very easy site to use. You can add the link to your survey on all social media and in an email. I would start by emailing all of your contacts. However you may want to consider giving your testers something to try. Have you developed a prototype?
I also recommend finding out what people think about your idea via meetups and events and by creating an opt-in page. Let me know if you need any help.
Answered 8 years ago
I have consulted with several companies that have used SurveyMonkey and many other survey companies. I have completed due diligence on SM and other survey companies such as Qualtrics, Survata and other providers. I can work with you to evaluate different providers and pointing you in the right direction based upon your situation and can also assist you in other aspects of the online survey process.
Answered 8 years ago
I used it several times when I was a magazine editor. SurveyMonkey is one of the most well-known and popular online survey tools, offering not only customizable survey building, but also a range of add-ons for analyzing and reporting on response data.
However, SurveyMonkey does have its drawbacks – from their no-refund policy to the higher costs of their enterprise plans, to a clunky and dated user interface, to missing features that may be important to your business.
If you’re looking for a good alternative to SurveyMonkey, or just want to learn about the other survey platforms on the market, this guide will help: http://www.fieldboom.com/blog/surveymonkey-competitors-alternatives/.
Answered 7 years ago