Did you already catch part one of this series where we talk to industry leaders about how they use live polling with employees and customers? If not, catch it here!
It’s no secret we love live polling over here at Swift Polling headquarters. Whether we’re using it with our clients, our team, or helping other businesses and leaders set up their own live polls, we believe in the power of real-time polling. With instant feedback and reliable data, leaders are better able to make decisions that move their organization in the right direction.
When you think of a traditional poll or survey, what comes to mind is straightforward typed questions and answers. But what if we told you surveys have come a LONG way and there are all kinds of ways to engage your audience and elevate your surveys? One such method is with the help of survey gamification. And don’t worry, if you’re thinking “Survey WHAT?” we’re about to fill you in on this important topic.
You put your heart and soul into writing a survey to share with your respondents. You’re excited to collect the data you need to move forward in the best direction for your business. There’s only one problem…no one is responding to your survey!
Sometimes writing a poll question is as simple as asking your respondents if they prefer option A over option B. The problem is, it’s not always this easy. Many poll creators struggle with writing poll questions. Whether they’re not sure what to ask or how to ask it, there are a number of challenges they can come up against when they’re creating polls.
Online polls are taking the world by storm. Now more than ever it’s more important to be able to connect with audiences from wherever they are in the world. The beauty of web polls is they can be done with in-person audiences or a respondent who’s on the other side of the world.
The ability to create and distribute a survey in just a few clicks is nothing short of incredible. Before you know it, your survey can be in front of thousands (or more!) eyes to collect the powerful data you need. But what good is that data if you’re polling people whose input might not be relevant to you? That’s where screening questions come in!
If you’re feeling burnt out at work (and who isn’t sometimes?), then there’s a good chance some of your team members are too. Levels of employee burnout are being reported as higher than ever across the United States. That means it might be time to run an employee burnout survey to check in with your team.
Building your brand is no joke. If your brand isn’t already well-established and you’re starting from the ground-up, it probably feels like you’ll never be able to catch up—or keep up—with the competition. But that’s where great marketing comes in! A solid marketing team is one place to start.