I'm super excited to continue our series about time saving tools for entrepreneurs. We could all use any kind of tools that will help make our job a little faster and easier as entrepreneurs, because we definitely have no shortage of things to do.
Today I'm going to be talking about a survey or form tool that you can use when you send out a survey asking for feedback or things like that.
There are various tools out there, and I've tried many of them, but one is a clear favorite (which I’ll tell you about in a minute).
If you don't think you need a survey tool, think again, because sending out surveys can make a huge difference in your business. People love to tell you what they think, and you need to listen. If you aren't listening or asking for feedback, it's going to be really hard for you to understand your readers, audience, or customers to be able to give them things that they want and need.
Also, learn from my mistake. I actually did not send out any general reader surveys until I had been blogging for over four years! I actually recommend sending a reader survey annually. When I finally did get around to sending out a reader survey, I was actually blown away by both the number of responses I got and how much valuable information people told me.
I was actually surprised about the answers for a couple questions. I realized I had been making some assumptions that weren't completely correct.
There are several tools out there that do surveys. The most popular among them are Survey Monkey, Wufoo, and Type Form. I really prefer Type Form. They are free for an unlimited number of forms (up to 100 responses a month). Their paid version is $30 per month, and it offers you unlimited forms and responses, and also a handful of features that you might find useful.
Click here to check out Typeform for yourself.
If you do use it, let me know how it goes for you, and what kind of things that you use it for. I would love to hear how it works for you.
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