Online surveys are, at present, among the most effective tools in uncovering answers to specific, important questions covering a diverse range of topics including Opinion Gathering, Market research, Consumer behavior research, Economic forecasts, Ratings for TV/Radio audiences, Sociological research, Psychological studies, Product acceptance anticipation, and Ad Response among many others.
Not only they have been proven to be more convenient, flexible, quick and affordable way to obtain data from a large number of participants, the questions can be asked in multiple formats.
Running survey projects in Microworkers have been made easy for you with the various default templates available in the system, all readily modifiable to fit your specific projects requirements.
To customize a Microworkers Template, simply use the “Clone” feature available from across the Template from the campaigns list:
Or you may open the individual campaign page and if interested to use it, you may click the option for “Create Campaign”, or “Clone” it when changes need to be applied.
Below are some of the available Survey Templates for you to explore and use in your survey-related projects:
Basic Survey with Captcha
Sentiment Survey/Emotional Reponses 1
Sentiment Survey/Emotional Reponses 2
Sentiment Survey/Emotional Reponses 3
Sentiment Survey/Emotional Reponses 4
Sentiment Survey/Emotional Reponses 5
Sentiment Survey/Emotional Reponses 6
Product Agreeability/Response 1
Product Agreeability/Response 2
Consumer Satisfaction (Product) 1
Consumer Satisfaction (Product) 2
Consumer Satisfaction (Service)
Platform Evaluation 1
Platform Evaluation 2
☞ When intending to use External Surveys (example, Qualtrics, etc), you may use the following template:
Tips/Reminders in setting up your Survey Projects:
☞ In order to obtain the most accurate data, draft your questions so you may be able to come up with a strategic and well-structured survey.
☞ Identify the main goal of your survey and focus your questions on such. With this consider your survey audience when crafting your questions.
☞ Keep your survey as short as possible and keep your focus.
☞ Keep your questions simple, and your options clear. Make sure every question is necessary, and do away with those that are not.