An Email Campaign allows you to quickly send out your survey to a list of contacts via an email. The great thing about Email Campaigns is that it sends a unique link to each contact, so you'll have the ability to track each contact's progress and send reminders to those who haven't completed your survey.
Under the "My Account" page you have the option to add an address book. You can use an Excel file to upload the book or manually enter addresses. When you go to send out a survey, you will be able to use this address book and send email invitations at a single click. This is ideal if you need to send a survey on a regular basis, such as to employees.
Upload your contacts either in our spreadsheet-like grid, or use a simple input box to upload a list of emails. The input box needs to have either a space, comma, or semicolon separating each email. This box will populate the grid, and you can easily track respondent information.
Once a respondent takes a survey, if they click the email link again they will receive a message saying they completed the survey. If you wish, you can enable response editing and they will be able to view and update their answers.
Once invitations are sent you can send email reminders to people who have not yet taken the survey. To reduce spam, only one email reminder per day can be sent. This grid can be exported to a spreadsheet to further manage your invites.
"Why Are My Respondents Not Getting the Emails?"
If certain respondents are not getting your email invitations, there could be a few different causes. First ask your respondents to check their spam or junk folders. Spam filters are customizable and can block emails containing specific words. While you can't fully prevent your email invitations from being marked as spam, there are some guidelines you should follow that can help you craft a good message and avoid spam filters.
Some filters may block your messages since the IP addresses we use to send messages don't match the IP address of the email domain you used in the "From" field of the message. Allow SurveyKing IP addresses to keep our messages from being blocked by your servers. Contact us for IP address help!
Email Survey Options
|Anonymous Responses||Surveys will be labeled as anonymous to give respondents confidence that their answers cannot be tracked. For embedded surveys, this means hiding the IP address of the respondent.|
|Response Editing||With this option, if a respondent clicks a survey they have already taken, they can edit their responses and re-submit a new, updated form.|
|Sender Email Address||You can edit what the email message will display as the "From Email Address". For example if you create a survey for the office, the office manager may want to have the survey look like it came from him/her. For that example you would enter in email@example.com. The respondent sees it came from the manager, and if a respondent clicks "reply", the reply message will be directed to the manager.|
|Redirect URL||You can enter in a URL for the respondent to be redirected to after they complete their survey.|
|Show Results After Completion||A respondent will be redirected to the survey results page after completion. This option will override any redirect URL entered in the above option.|
(Based on Responses)
|This will close the collector after a specified number of responses have been received.|
(Based on Date)
|This will close the collector on a certain date. You cannot accept new responses to a closed survey. You can re-open the survey at any time.|
|Password Protection||A password must be entered before the respondent can access the survey page.|