Overall Satisfaction with Google Surveys
Google Surveys have helped us to change strategies, learn about the market and recognize trends early enough to make changes in upcoming campaigns. The information has been very valuable for our organization, especially if the data comes from users working directly in our industry. We are always looking forward to getting more results and data to be able to make adjustments. Knowing how fast the industry can change it is important to keep an eye on these things not to fall behind.
- Increase ROI.
- Better Understanding of customers needs.
I selected Google Surveys to create them because it was free and helped to improve our overall information and data. It was easy to build it into our systems and get the data. Other survey providers have offered a larger variety of options, which have helped even more - but the higher costs were not worth the extra money.
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Easy to use, gets all information you need, easy to implement into the company. So overall we are very satisfied with Google and Google Surveys and the ability to put them into our marketing and business profile to use.
Google has very good support and helped us to solve problems fast, easily, and correctly. Their support team was outstanding in some cases and made our life easier, not to stress out about the programs and tools we are using to finish our job. That alone has been worth using Google.
It is very well suited if we need information about marketing, data, campaigns, and updates about current market trends. It helps to gather some important information to be able to adjust to new trends and make specific updates. Unfortunately, Google Surveys have not provided data in specific industries and have not helped for some of our sister company's campaigns, because of the lack of more details.