Alternatives to Survey Monkey
Survey Monkey is one of the best online survey software providers and one of the companies that inspired many with their innovative approach to online surveys. They provided a simple, easy to use survey platform that is now used by millions of users. The company grew very fast in the last few years and for sure it will grow even more in the near future.
Founder Ryan Finley started SurveyMonkey in 1999. With his brother Chris, Finley grew the company to a rumored $30 million in sales– without raising any outside funding. In 2009, Spectrum Equity and Bain Capital bought out the Finleys, installing Goldberg, a former Yahoo exec, as the chief executive.
Since then, SurveyMonkey has been on a bit of a buying spree. In June 2010 it acquired phone polling startup Precision Polling. After closing a $100 million round of senior debt financing that November, it bought WuFoo, which makes online forms. Last year it bought a stake in survey provider Clicktools.
In December SurveyMonkey teamed up with TPG Capital to buy part of MarketTools, a rival firm, which operated Zoomerang. At the time, TPG’s single-digit stake in SurveyMonkey valued the firm at $1 billion, according to the New York Times.
In an interview with Forbes, Survey Monkey CEO Dave Goldberg speaks about Tech Valuations, Growth and a possible IPO. We also covered in the past some of the news related to SurveyMonkey.
The success of SurveyMonkey inspired many other companies to create similar software products. Some of the Survey Monkey alternatives are successful, others are not. So, if you are looking for a SurveyMonkey alternative, you can take a look at our list of online survey tools reviewed on our site. For an even larger list, check out our survey software directory where you will find around 100 survey software companies listed.
Online tool that allows users to create and deploy free surveys, polls and questionnaires.
Online service provider offering online surveys, survey panel management, idea panel management and micro polls. Case studies, demo and pricing available.
Quickly and easily create free online surveys to get the insights you need. With Zoomerang’s online survey software, you can build a survey in minutes with free access to over 100 professionally-designed online survey templates.
A powerful Online Survey Software tool that offers enterprise features at a lower price. Create Online Surveys in minutes and start collecting the data you to make informed decisions! Sign up for a Trial today!
Offers limited basic survey services with fee required on exceed. Tour, Demo Survey and FAQ available.
For more details about online surveys and free survey software, please take a look at http://www.survey-reviews.net/.
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Hi, Having used most of the available survey tools over the years and working with two of the survey companies listed above, I’d like to mention the company I am now working with, Ask Your Target Market (aytm.com), as another alternative. The survey tool is free to use and offers more than you find in most of the other free accounts including:
Data Export (Every bar and pie chart can be downloaded in seconds as a JPG, PNG, PDF or SWF and you can also export and download the raw survey results data to Excel or as CSV)
We also offer a built-in DIY panel so when you need respondents you can utilize that as well, although there is a cost involved for ‘Panel Surveys’.
Please feel free to get in touch with any questions,
I want to offer http://www.inqwise.com. It easy to use and professional survey tool.
Free: 5000 initial Responses, Unlimited Questions in Unlimited pages, Unlimited collectors with various ways of survey publications (link, iframe, email, facebook, twitter and QR code).
I would just like to note that after reading this review I decided to try QuestionPro because of the 100 response limit on SurveyMonkey. QuestionPro actually has a 100 response limit as well, and I am now very irritated that I wasted an hour trusting this review to be accurate.
@Jonathan – indeed QuestionPro has the 100 responses limit also. We have a detailed comparison table here: http://www.survey-reviews.net/index.php/2011/02/free-survey-software-comparison-chart/
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