Promoting and linking to your survey

When you're done creating your survey, it's time to get the word out to your recipients. You can do this a couple ways:

Distribute a public link. Use this option to create a public survey that anyone can take. Post it on your website, your blog, or anywhere you'd normally put a url. These survey takers will be listed as anonymous in your survey's response section.

You'll see the public url listed on the publish tab once you've set your survey's publish details. Just use your browser's copy and paste commands to post it where needed.

Link to the survey from your next mailing. If you'd rather wait to send this survey out at a later date, you're all set for now. When you create your next mailing, you'll link to this survey just like you would a webpage, email address or document.

A couple helpful tips about surveys:

  • The survey is designed to be taken once per email address when sent out as a link in a campaign. After survey-takers submit their responses, they'll be directed to the 'Thanks' page. They can only take the survey once, unless they visit the email from a different computer or open a new browser.
  • We don't recommend sending to an email aliases (addresses like info@company.com that may be received by multiple people), since you won't be able to identify the individuals who've taken the survey.