The most important part of any survey is having your audience participate in it.
There are various ways of distributing the survey, and they can all be found by hovering over the title of your survey in your dashboard and clicking Collect Responses:
The website popup is the most flexible embed method. It offers several ways to embed a link to your survey into your website.
You have the choice of embedding a button, a banner, a slider popup that brings up your survey in a popup window once it gets clicked, or a slider choices.
Clicking on each of these will show settings for that type of embed.
At the bottom of each settings section are the codes that you can copy and paste into your website.
If you are using WordPress.com then you can paste the WordPress.com shortcode:
Please note that the shortcode can also be used on WordPress sites that have the Crowdsignal plugin installed.
The simplest website embed is the button embed, with an option for rounded or square corners. You can also choose to have a plain text link. You can change the text/call to action of the survey, the style of the text, and the colors. The preview area will show you what the embed code will look like.
When a participant clicks the button or the link, the survey will appear in a popup window.
A banner displays an image in one of the corners of your blog – on the left or right side. As with the button, you can change the text and colors, as well as style (corner or side), and alignment (which corner or side).
When a participant clicks on the banner, your survey will appear in a popup window.
Slider popup / Slider Choices
The slider popup is a more interactive method of embedding, and will display a small dialog that slides onto the page. You can change the title, body, and button text.
When a participant clicks on the slider popup’s button, the survey will appear in a popup window.
You can also embed your survey directly into the body of your webpage, with the website inline option: