A solution to all your research needs!
SurveyTool provides all the research tools companies need to measure economic trends and consumer preferences.
Through the power of survey software, economic surveys generate regular and comprehensive analytical information about economic developments and prospects for your business. These surveys are in-depth investigations of the economic and business activity for a specific region in finance, trade, and banking.
A recent survey found that 48 percent of U.S. small business owners anticipate increased sales in the next six months.
Economic surveys also help businesses identify their main economic challenges and methods to improve marketing programs. A recent study by Cornell found that 80 percent of marketers said that they produced Twitter campaigns and social promotions in-house.
Another new survey reveals that 29% of U.S. consumers have made at least one purchase via a mobile phone-more than double the 13% that had done so in November 2009. Economic surveys are used throughout the financial and business world to track economic trends and measure consumer preferences.
With SurveyTool, economic surveys are fast and easy to create and customize. With unlimited questions available to both paid and free users, businesses are free to ask all the important questions. Survey Tool also comes preloaded with over 35 templates to help users create economic surveys quickly and efficiently.
For users looking to collect economic survey results over time, SurveyTool allows you to create a survey once and then automatically send it out weekly, monthly, or annually to customers or respondents.
Getting started creating economic surveys is easy with SurveyTool. Simply login to your account, click "Sign Up Today," enter your company or other relevant information, use one of our templates or write your own questions, and the survey is ready to use!Sign Up Today
Within minutes our online survey software can begin collecting important economic and business information to help maximize efficiency, find new customers, and track new consumer trends.
1) Job Satisfaction Statistics or employee surveys say that over 65 % of workers are not satisfied with their job. Many surveys regarding job satisfaction have been conducted by several companies and individuals, after consulting thousands of Americans by giving them a questionnaire on employee job satisfaction.
2) If a customer is dissatisfied with the level of service from a company, up to an average of 16 other people will find out about it.