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3 Great WordPress Survey Plugins
January 21, 2019

No matter what kind of website you are running, if you want to increase conversion, you must listen to your audience. Yes, polls on WordPress sites can be of use in some cases but in other cases when you require your target audience to rate via stars or use images, there’s no other way but using a WordPress Plugin for surveys.

The best thing about these plugins is they can be used for collecting specific information and if needed, you can export the results for any manual use.

Here are the 3 best WordPress Plugins for surveys that can help you know your audience better and interact with them in many ways.

1. WPForms

WPForms is a widely known Plugin that lets you create contact forms in minutes. But they have poll and survey forms in the stack when you purchase the pro plan.

WPForms has an easy drag and drop building and editing option that allows anyone, with or without any prior experience, to create their own form for a survey without needing to know any coding or scripts. Your audience or user can input these survey forms with different types of data, stars, images or just plain text.

These forms can be embedded in any WordPress posts and the results are easily exportable for sharing, printing or storing manually. Also, you can choose how you export the results.

Another great feature of WPFroms is you can export any preexisting form to create a new survey form within the plugin.

2. Polldaddy

Polldaddy comes with 15 different theme options. Also, you can choose from 3 pop-up styles to suit your needs.

With a simple drag and drop option, it is one of the best and simplest ways to create survey forms and display their results. And when you are done, you can close the survey at any moment, or preset the date to make the survey stop at any point.

To prevent any automated responses, the plugin is equipped with IP restriction powers, integrated password protection,and captcha registration.

If you want your participants to fill up the contact details, you can simply put a few questions so that you can use them to approach them later.

3. Survey Monkey

For offline or online accessibility at any time, Survey Monkey is a good option. Survey Monkey is an easy-to-use plugin that allows customizable branding.

With this Plugin, you can use prewritten questions to make the survey forms. The interface is very simple and newbies can easily navigate through it. A distinct feature of this plugin is you can ask questions based on different categories like customer feedback, demographics, research, etc. Also, the survey templates come with different questions that you can choose from. Exporting from Survey Monkey is easy. You can export the results in PDF, HTML or simple CSV. For online social platform uses, they can be shared with one click. Direct linking and embedding them also works with this plugin. The results are analyzed and the analysis can be found as pie charts, graphs or a table, which is customizable.

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