How to register and use SurveyMonkey



SurveyMonkey is a web tool that allows you to send free surveys, polls, questionnaires, customer feedback and market research. It’s very easy to use especially in integrating it into your website. Surveys allow you to collect data in a short span of time. It is also a cheap alternative to other data collection techniques such as phone calls or sending postal mail surveys.

An online survey plays a big role for an Internet Marketer. It can generate contacts by giving an option for them to receive e-mail newsletters. Surveys can also be a powerful promotional tool for the product or service in question by providing a positive association in the consumer mind of that certain product.

SurveyMonkey is one of the most popular online survey tools. It’s easy to use in which you could build your own survey by selecting pre-assigned templates or by making your own. It also has a lot of options for distributing surveys and collecting responses. SurveyMonkey uses powerful analytical tools for intelligent insights and solutions.

If you’re interested to get a free trial of this amazing survey tool, click here.

Below is step by step guide on how to register and use SurveyMonkey on your blog.


How to register and use Ecwid (E-commerce widget)


Every internet marketer dreams to have a successful and sales boosting e-commerce website. It turns out that this can be easily achieved as long as you know what tools and software needed to revamp your existing website. E-commerce websites or Sale Pages is the bread and butter for an Internet Marketer. This is where they could amass potential customers  and retain existing ones. As a customer myself, I get so bored reading sales pages that are dull, while some are too complex. With just one look, you could lose lots of potential customers because of an unappealing website. Now, this is where widgets come in.

Ecwid or E-commerce widget is an innovative shopping cart that impeccably integrates with your existing website. It can also be used on social media sites such as Facebook and mySpace. It’s very easy to use, simply by inserting few lines of codes and it will automatically reflect on your website or profile page. This is ideal for those who already own an existing site but wants to have a professional looking online store in it.

With all the positive reviews for Ecwid, it is still far from being perfect. Ecwid powered store are not easy to optimized for search engines. This means the individual product pages cannot be indexed by Google, which clearly is a disadvantage. Ecwid did provide  a workaround for this issue.

If you’re interested to get a free trial of this amazing widget, click here.

Below you can find the step by step tutorial on how to register and use Ecwid on your existing  blog.