Poynter Mentions Polldaddy for Journalism Research

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Surveys are a great way to collect data, be it in the classroom, the office, the shop, the tradeshow—anywhere where you need to gather feedback from your audience. Sometimes we think of surveys only as a way to gauge customer satisfaction, but we know better. You can use surveys as order forms, or even wedding RSVPs, but let’s not forget the newsroom: journalists can create a Polldaddy.com survey in minutes and send it out via email, embed it in a website, post a link to it on Twitter, conduct it on Facebook, or even take that survey into the field by syncing it to our free iPad app to collect data, even without an internet connection.

In a recent article, Poynter.org mentioned Polldaddy.com as one of five survey services journalists can use to gather the feedback and data they need to write stories.

You can get started with a free account and begin creating surveys straight away. If you have any questions, please reach out to us in support at support[AT]polldaddy[DOT]com.

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