Surveys help you get real customer-feedback for your business. Listening to customers allows you to develop your product and services, come up with content ideas, and ultimately grow your business.
Fortunately, you can easily add surveys to your website by using a WordPress survey plugin. There are tons of options available, but, in this article, we’re going to show you the six best ones that are chosen based on their features and price. You can also check this website to learn about other WordPress tips and tricks.
Let’s get right into it!
WPForms is one of the first options that come to mind when talking about WordPress survey plugins. It comes with powerful features and add-ons that enable you to collect tons of user data while engaging your audience at the same time.
For instance, you can create attractive surveys with its drag-and-drop builder. Then, split long forms into multiple pages so participants can focus on several questions at a time.
The best thing about WPForms is its ease of use. With a click of a button, you can easily add checkboxes, ratings, texts, and even a Likert scale field to make your surveys more interesting.
Other notable options include conditional logic, custom notifications, entry management, and email integration.
The price of WPForms ranges from $39.50 to $299.50 per year.
Gravity Forms is one of the pioneers when it comes to WordPress survey plugins. With various features and add-ons, creating surveys is a piece of cake.
Design the survey with its visual editor, and then select the form fields you want to use. There are 30 types of fields available, and they can display dynamic content that is based on the rules you’ve defined beforehand.
For instance, a survey provides three different options: US, France, and Australia. Then, you can create conditional logic for the following field, so it will show the states or regions of the country that is selected by the participants.
The results of the survey can be viewed from the admin area. Unfortunately, there is no option to show the results as charts or graphs.
Gravity Forms starts from $59/year. You’ll get a license for one site, basic add-ons, automatic updates, and unlimited forms and entries.
GetSiteControl is designed to make various website popups, including popup surveys.
You can set the surveys to appear when specific triggers occur. For example, set one when visitors leave your website without taking any actions, and another one after they purchased your products.
Other incredible features from this plugin include split testing, email autoresponders, real-time reports, and precise targeting.
If that’s not enough, GetSiteControl can also be connected with more than 30 email marketing apps, Google Analytics, and 750 web apps. Isn’t that impressive?
The price of this plugin starts from $90/year.
As the name suggests, Quiz and Survey Master lets you display quizzes and surveys on your website. While its user-interface isn’t the prettiest, the developers make it up with lots of customizable features.
There are many different types of questions you can use: multiple choice, true and false, checkboxes, and so on.
Then, customize the survey according to your needs. You can have the plugin send emails after survey completion, ask the participants to log in, schedule surveys, and much more!
And the best part? There’s a free plan available! However, if you want additional features like Google Analytics and integrations with various platforms, you need to subscribe to one of its plans ($69 or $99/year).
WP-Polls is the go-to choice if collecting data is your ultimate goal, and you don’t want to bother making pretty surveys.
As such, unlike other plugins on this list, this free tool doesn’t have a form builder. CSS knowledge is required to customize the look of your survey, but you can also use a tool like CSS Hero for a little bit of help.
WP-Polls only offers radio buttons and checkboxes for your questions. As such, if you want to create a quick, simple poll, this plugin can be a great choice.
Crowdsignal is a freemium WordPress plugin that helps you create polls and surveys with its drag-and-drop tool. Create one from scratch or use one of its premade templates.
What’s great about this plugin is that you can easily share the surveys via various methods. Use shortcodes for WordPress posts, embed code for widgets, and QR Codes for printed media.
This plugin also has a premium version with additional features like custom design with CSS, advanced reporting, custom poll restrictions, and priority email support.
Two pricing plans are available: Pro ($17/month) and Corporate ($75/month).
Using surveys is a time-proven method for collecting customer opinions and data. And thankfully, there are plenty of WordPress survey plugins that can help you create attractive and engaging surveys.
So which one is your favorite?
Guest post by Simon Dwight Keller