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24-Point Enterprise SEO Audit For Large Sites & Organizations

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24-Point Enterprise SEO Audit For Large Sites & Organizations

If your website is struggling to rank in search engine results pages, an enterprise SEO audit can help you identify why.

For any SEO provider or in-house marketer who wants to audit an enterprise website, these 24 items should be on your checklist before moving forward with any SEO campaign.

What Is An Enterprise SEO Audit?

An SEO audit is an evaluation of a website to identify issues preventing it from ranking in search engine results.

Enterprise SEO audits are focused primarily on large, enterprise websites, meaning those with hundreds to thousands of landing pages.

Why Perform An SEO Audit?

Auditing your website is the first step in developing a successful SEO strategy.

Why?

Understanding the strengths and weaknesses of a website can help you tailor your SEO campaigns accordingly.

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Performing an audit also helps your team direct your time, resources, and budget to the optimizations that will have the greatest impact.

What To Include In Your Enterprise SEO Audit

Auditing a large website can be very demanding, with over 200+ ranking factors in Google’s algorithm.

So to run a more sufficient audit, separate your audit into five parts: content, backlinks, technical SEO, page experience, and industry-specific standards.

You will need to rely on SEO software tools to run your audit successfully.

SEO platforms like SearchAtlas, Ahrefs, Screaming Frog, and others are a must for auditing any large website.

Content

Are You Targeting The Right Keywords?

The foundation of all successful SEO is strategic keyword targeting.

Not only do your target keywords need to be relevant to your products and services, but they also need to be realistic goals for your website.

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So before you analyze whether your enterprise website is properly optimized, make sure your keyword goals are indeed reachable.

It’s possible that your target keywords are too competitive, or that you’re not targeting keywords with high enough search volume or conversion potential.

You can utilize a keyword tracking tool to see what search terms your enterprise website is already ranking for and earning organic traffic from.

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Then, perform any necessary keyword research to find keywords that may be a better fit for your website.

Once you’ve ensured that improper keyword targeting is not the source of your poor SEO performance, you can move on through the remainder of your audit.

2. Do You Have SEO-Friendly URLs?

The URLs of your enterprise web pages should be unique, descriptive, short, and keyword-rich.

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URLs are visible at the top of search results and can influence whether or not a user clicks through to the page.

Use hyphens between words to keep the URL paths readable and omit any unnecessary numbers.

3. Are Your Meta Tags Properly Optimized?

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Google crawlers look to the title tags and meta descriptions to understand what your web content is about and its relevance to specific keywords.

Like URLs, these tags are also visible in the SERPs and influence whether or not a searcher clicks.

Your audit should include checking that your web page’s meta tags are unique and following SEO best practices.

Use a site auditor tool to identify the web pages to address to speed up the process.

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Make sure to check for:

  • Original and unique titles and meta descriptions for each web page.
  • Proper character length: 50-60 for title tags and 150-160 for meta descriptions.
  • Keyword or variation of target keyword including in both title and meta descriptions.

Google sometimes rewrites page titles and meta descriptions, but this only happens a small portion of the time.

Optimizing these meta tags is still an essential step in on-page SEO.

4. Is Your Content High-Quality And In-Depth?

Although content length is not a ranking factor, in-depth content often displays characteristics that Google likes, such as original insight, reporting, in-depth analysis, and comprehensive exploration of the topic.

There is no magic number when it comes to content length. Google’s Quality Rater Guidelines state that web pages should have a “satisfying” amount of content.

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They also state:

“The amount of content necessary for the page to be satisfying depends on the topic and purpose of the page. A high quality page on a broad topic with a lot of available information will have more content than a high quality page on a narrower topic.”

Still not sure whether your content is long enough?

Look to your enterprise competitors who are already ranking and measure how long their content is compared to yours.

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Then, aim to have content equal to or more in-depth than theirs.

5. Are Your Landing Pages Internally Linking To Each Other?

Internal links help Google find and index your pages. They also communicate website hierarchy, relevance signals, topical breadth, and spread around your PageRank.

Make sure you evaluate whether or not your pages are leveraging an internal linking strategy. Also, take a close look at the anchor text used to link to other pages of your website.

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Your pages need to have internal links pointing to other pages, and be sure internal links are pointing to that page.

Otherwise, you will have orphan pages, meaning pages that Google cannot find and index because there is no linking pathway to them.

6. Does Your Content Show Expert Sourcing With External Links To Relevant Content?

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Google also looks to external links to understand website content and the authority of websites.

External links should be only to relevant, authoritative sources, and your website links out to sites with higher Domain Authority scores than your own.

Otherwise, Google is less likely to trust your enterprise website if you appear to be keeping low-quality websites in your link neighborhood.

7. Are You Using Rich Media And Interactive Elements?

Google likes to see images, videos, and interactive elements like jump links on the page. These elements make content more engaging and easier to navigate.

However, if these elements slow down your page load times, they are counterproductive to your SEO efforts. That will be addressed in a later part of your audit.

8. Do Your Images Include Keyword-rich Alt Text?

Enterprise websites – particularly ecommerce sites – may feature thousands of images.

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But because Google cannot see images, they rely on alt text to understand how those images relate to your web page content.

Your audit should include confirming that image alt text is not only present but descriptive and keyword-rich.

9. Are Your Pages Suffering From Keyword Cannibalization?

With hundreds to thousands of landing pages, there may be times when your landing pages are not only competing against your competitors but other landing pages on your website.

This is called keyword cannibalization and it happens when Google crawlers aren’t sure which page on your enterprise site is the most relevant.

Some tips for resolving keyword cannibalization:

  • Find another keyword and re-optimize one of the competing pages.
  • Consolidate the competing pages into one longer, in-depth page.
  • Use a 301 redirect to point to the higher-performing or higher-converting page.

Backlinks

10. Do You Have Fewer Backlinks Than Your Competitors?

Google’s #1 ranking factor still remains the same: Backlinks.

If your enterprise website is competing against well-known incumbents in your industry, it’s likely they have a robust backlink profile, making it difficult for your website to compete in the SERPs.

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You can use a backlink tool like Ahrefs to identify your competitor’s total backlinks and unique referring domains.

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If there is a significant gap in backlinks or referring domains, this is likely a source for fewer keyword rankings or lower-ranking positions.

Dedicate a significant portion of your SEO campaign to link building and digital PR if you want to outrank your competition.

11. Does Your Website Have Toxic Backlinks?

Although backlinks are important for improving site authority, the wrong type of backlinks can also harm a website.

If your website has toxic backlinks from spammy, low-quality websites, Google may suspect your enterprise website to be guilty of backlink manipulation.

Google has gotten better at recognizing low-quality links, and after their 2021 Link Spam Update, Google also claims to nullify spammy links and not count them against websites.

However, there may still be moments when toxic backlinks should be disavowed.

You will want to focus on identifying where those toxic links are coming from and take the necessary steps to create and submit a disavow file.

Some SEO software tools can identify toxic links and create disavow text for you.

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Disavowing the wrong way can actually harm your SEO performance, so if you are unfamiliar with this Google tool, make sure you seek the assistance of an SEO provider.

12. Is Your Anchor Text Distribution Diverse?

Google also looks to the anchor text of your backlinks to understand relevance and authority. Relevant anchor text is important, but not all webmasters will link to your pages in the same way.

If the majority of your anchor text is branded, that’s okay.

Look for too much exact-match anchor text or high CPC anchor text that Google crawlers may flag for suspected backlink manipulation.

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If your anchor text does not display a healthy level of diversity, design a link building campaign around earning links with anchor text that improves diversity and signals healthy backlink practices to Google.

Technical SEO

13. Have You Submitted An XML Sitemap And Did it Include The Right Pages?

Because enterprise websites have thousands of landing pages, one of the most common issues uncovered in enterprise SEO audits is related to search engine indexing.

That’s why generating and submitting an XML sitemap is important. It communicates your website hierarchy to search engine crawlers.

It also tells them which pages of your website are the most important to crawl regularly and index.

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If your enterprise website adds new product pages or content to your website, you can also use your sitemap to show Google the new pages rather than wait for crawlers to discover them through internal links.

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14. Have You Maxed Out Your Crawl Budget?

Google’s web crawlers will only spend so much time crawling your web pages, meaning your enterprise website may have pages that don’t end up in Google’s index.

Although improving your page speed and your site authority can lead to Google increasing your crawl budget, that takes time. So in the meantime, focus on making sure you’re using your crawl budget wisely.

If your audit uncovers essential pages that are not being indexed, your enterprise website may benefit from crawl budget optimization. You want your highest value, highest converting pages to end up in Google’s index.

15. Is Your Schema Markup Properly Setup?

A very powerful optimization that your enterprise website can utilize is schema markup.

If your enterprise website already includes schema on some of your pages, you will want to confirm that your schema is validated and eligible for rich results.

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You can use Google’s rich result to test your pages that include schema markup to confirm they are properly validated but to be even more efficient, use your favorite site crawler to test all of your pages at once.

16. Do You Have Excessive Broken Links Or Redirects?

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Over time, links naturally break as websites update their content or delete old pages.

It’s important to check your enterprise website to confirm your external and internal links are pointing to live pages.

Otherwise, it will appear to Google that your website is not well-maintained, and Google will be less likely to promote your web pages in the SERPs.

17. Do Similar Pages Include Canonical Tags?

Enterprise websites (particularly ecommerce sites) may have duplicate content that targets different regions or is programmatically built out.

If those pages don’t have canonical tags, they will look to Google as duplicate content.

It’s important to confirm that the best, most in-depth version of the page has a self-referential canonical tag. All of the similar pages include canonical tags that identify the master version of the page.

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A site auditor tool like SearchAtlas can confirm whether your canonical URLs are properly implemented and if Google crawlers understand which page to promote in the SERPs.

18. Does Your Multilingual Content Leverage Hreflang Tags?

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For multilingual enterprise websites, hreflang tags can help you show the right language content to the right searchers.

This improves your relevance signals and can have a huge impact on your conversion rates.

However, it’s easy to make mistakes when implementing hreflang and canonical tags.

As a general rule, only add hreflang tags to your web pages with self-referencing canonicals – not duplicate copies of the page.

Page Experience

19. Do Your Pages Meet Google’s Core Web Vitals Standards?

If your pages do not meet Google’s Core Web Vitals standards, they are unlikely to rank.

Google knows that load times, responsiveness, and visual stability impact the quality of a user’s experience, and thus the quality of a web page and whether or not it’s rank-worthy.

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You can see your Core Web Vitals metrics in your Google Search Console account.

You can also use the free platform to validate any fixes and see whether or not they improve your CWV metrics.

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20. Do Your Web Pages Include HTTP Or HTTPS Protocols?

A secure website is also essential to the quality of the user’s experience.

If your web pages are not utilizing HTTPS protocols, you are not providing users with a secure browsing experience.

As a result, Google is less likely to promote your pages.

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21. Are Your Mobile Pages Responsive And High-Performing?

The majority of searches now happen on mobile devices.

Also, with mobile-first indexing, Google predominantly uses mobile pages in its index.

It is also more likely to use your mobile pages when determining where to rank your pages compared to your competitors.

Some common mobile mistakes that occur include:

  • Unresponsive design.
  • Intrusive pop-ups.
  • Bad UI/UX elements like button size.
  • Unplayable or missing content.

Industry

22. Are You Considered A Your-Money-Your-Life (YMYL) Website?

If your enterprise website is considered a health, financial, legal, or other YMYL website, Google has extremely high standards for the content that it will promote to searchers.

Although this does not impact all enterprise websites, it’s important to know whether your website falls under this banner to make sure you meet Google’s specific standards for your YMYL industry.

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23. Does Your Website Show High Levels of E-A-T?

Google wants to see that your content is relevant to users’ keywords.

It also wants to see that your website, as a whole, displays industry expertise.

E-A-T stands for expertise, authority, and trust. It’s hard to quantify, but some more tangible factors include:

  • In-depth, well-researched content (e.g. blogs, ebooks, long-form articles).
  • Expert authorship and sourcing (e.g. an author byline that shows industry-specific expertise and credentials).
  • A clear purpose and focus for each page.
  • Off-site reputation signals (e.g. an article in a reputable online publication that mentions or links to your website).

If you’re still not sure what E-A-T looks like in your industry, look to the top-ranking content of your competitors to see the topical depth, expertise, and sourcing, and model your content accordingly.

24. Does Your Website Have Strong Reputation Signals?

If your goal is to rank for branded searches, other authoritative websites may feature content about your brand competing with yours in the SERPs.

If your enterprise has a Wikipedia page or press in online publications with high Domain Authority, those digital locations may rank higher than your domain.

If this is the case, you may need to take a more unique approach to link building to improve the branded signals of your content.

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Optimizations like schema can also help ensure that information about your brand is featured at the top of the SERP, particularly if those websites that mention your enterprise brand do so negatively.

Final Thoughts On Conducting Your Enterprise Audit

Sitewide audits can be daunting, but they are worth the time and effort to craft a tailored, custom SEO campaign strategy.

Make sure to leverage the best SEO software tools throughout your audit to speed up the process and ensure the most accurate evaluation of your website.

Once your audit is complete, you can easily prioritize those optimizations that will be the most impactful.

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Top 6 Free Survey Maker Tools For Marketers

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The number of online surveys has risen dramatically in the past decade, according to the Pew Research Center.

From short social media polls to lengthy feedback forms, it’s never been easier to survey your target audience and find out what exactly they’re thinking.

When it comes to free survey makers, you have plenty of options to choose from.

That’s the good news.

The bad news is you have to wade through your options to figure out the best survey tool for you.

In this article, I’ve done that dirty work for you.

Below I outline the top six free survey makers, with a simple bulleted list of their pros and cons, so you can quickly select the best one for your needs.

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But first up, the caveats.

What You’re Missing With Free Survey Makers

When something’s free, there’s usually a catch. The same goes for free survey makers.

Free survey tools, or the free plan offered by a paid survey tool, often come with the following limitations:

  • Limited export options. You may not be able to export your survey data for review in Excel or Google Sheets. There may be a PDF-only export option or no export ability at all.
  • Limited analytics. Free survey tools often skimp on the analytics. You may be left to your own pivot tables and Excel expertise if you want to create anything fancy from your survey data.
  • Limited survey functionality. This runs the gamut, from a limit on how many respondents or questions you can have per survey, to only allowing so many question types (e.g., multiple-choice, long-form, etc.).
  • Limited extra perks. By perks, I mean those other features that make software from good to great. With survey makers, that might mean easy-to-access support, the ability to embed surveys in email or webpages, multiple user accounts, or integration with other email marketing or CRM software.
  • No branding. Free survey makers give you their tools for free. In return, you provide them with free brand awareness. Don’t expect to be able to swap out their logo for your own. You’ll probably be stuck with their branding, along with a prominent link to their site throughout the survey or on the thank you page (or both).

If any of the above is a dealbreaker for you, you should plan to drop a little dough on a paid survey tool. That’s why I’ve also included the starting price for all six of the tools featured below.

In case you end up having to upgrade later, it’s easier to do so from a tool you’re already familiar with.

Top 6 Free Survey Tools

Without further ado, I present the best free survey makers you’ll find today. These are listed in no particular order.

1. Google Forms

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Do you live and die by your Google Drive?

Great news: Google also offers free survey software via Google Forms.

Alright, I know I just said these were presented in no particular order, but I’ll openly admit Google Forms is my personal favorite. Just look at all of the features they include in their free plan!

All you need is a free Google account to get started.

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Here’s what’s included in the free plan:

  • Unlimited surveys.
  • Unlimited questions.
  • Unlimited responses.
  • Export to Google Sheets.
  • Survey logic (ability to skip or trigger questions).
  • Ability to embed images and YouTube videos.
  • Ability to embed the survey on your website and share to social media.
  • Survey analytics, updated in real-time.
  • Integration with Google Docs, Sheets, Slides.
  • Unlimited collaborators.
  • Customizable survey templates.
  • Free branding.

What’s missing from the free plan:

  • Enhanced security and collaboration options.
  • Integration with your existing Google Workplace account.

Price: Completely free. Google Workplace pricing starts at $6 per user per month.

Best for: Anyone and everyone, for business or casual use.

2. SurveyMonkey

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SurveyMonkey is the online survey tool. Established in 1999, it’s still the most well-known online survey software.

Despite the limitations of its free plans, SurveyMonkey continues to be popular thanks to its intuitive interface and brand recognition. Notable clients include Allbirds, Tweezerman, and Adobe.

One nice perk is that you can test out any of the paid features with your free plan. (You just won’t be able to actually use it in your live survey until you pay up.)

Here’s what’s included in the free plan:

  • Unlimited surveys.
  • 10 questions.
  • 15 question types.
  • 100 responses per survey.
  • Over 250 customizable survey templates.
  • Ability to embed the survey on your website.
  • Mobile app.
  • One user.

What’s missing from the free plan:

  • Unlimited questions, question types, and responses.
  • Data exports – this is a biggie!
  • Custom branding.
  • Survey logic (ability to skip or trigger questions).
  • Team collaboration.
  • Advanced security (single sign-on, HIPAA compliance).
  • A/B testing.

Price: Freemium. Paid plans start at $16 per month for individuals, $25 for teams.

Best for: Those who want a tried-and-true survey maker with all the features you could ask for.

3. Typeform

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Many online survey tools are designed for the general public.

Readers of Search Engine Journal will be happy to hear that there’s a survey tool created just for us. Typeform was built specifically with marketers, UX researchers, and business owners like us in mind.

Here’s what’s included in the free plan:

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  • Unlimited surveys.
  • 10 questions per survey.
  • 10 responses per month.
  • Basic question types.
  • Basic reporting and analytics
  • Ability to embed the survey on your website.
  • Integrations with MailChimp, HubSpot, Trello, Google Sheets, Zapier, and more.

What’s missing from the free plan:

  • Unlimited questions and responses.
  • Custom thank you screen.
  • Custom branding.
  • Survey logic (ability to skip or trigger questions).
  • Team collaboration.
  • Ability to accept payment.
  • Ability for survey respondents to upload files.
  • Integration with Facebook pixel and Google Tag Manager.

Price: Freemium. Paid plans start at $29 per month.

Best for: Enterprise users, UX researchers, and marketers hoping to track customer behavior.

4. Zoho Survey

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Zoho Survey is part of the same Zoho suite of apps that caters to sales, HR, IT, finance, and virtually any kind of business user you can think of.

Given their tenure creating SaaS software for business, their survey tool is just as robust as you might expect. Customers include big names like Netflix, Amazon, Facebook, and Change.org.

Here’s what’s included in the free plan:

  • Unlimited surveys.
  • 10 questions per survey.
  • 100 responses per survey.
  • Ability to embed surveys in email or website, or share to social media.
  • Export to PDF.
  • 250 survey templates.
  • Password protection and HTTPS encryption.
  • One user.

What’s missing from the free plan:

  • Unlimited questions and responses.
  • Ability to export to XLS or CSV.
  • Survey logic (ability to skip or trigger questions).
  • Custom branding.
  • Team collaboration.
  • Real-time responses.
  • Multilingual surveys.
  • Integration with Google Sheets, Tableau, Shopify, Zendesk, Eventbrite, and others.

Price: Freemium. Paid plans start at $25 per month.

Best for: Zoho users, or anyone who needs an extra level of security for their surveys.

5. Alchemer

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Alchemer is an advanced survey maker developed for the enterprise client.

Paid features include custom coding so you can customize every single element of your survey, from the survey URL to the form logic.

They stand out among free survey makers for being one of the few (besides Google Forms) to offer unlimited questions and Excel exports in their free plan. Clients include Disney, Salesforce, Verizon, and The Home Depot.

Here’s what’s included in the free plan:

  • Three surveys at a time.
  • Unlimited questions.
  • 100 responses.
  • 10 question types.
  • Export to Excel.
  • Customizable templates.

What’s missing from the free plan:

  • Unlimited surveys.
  • Unlimited responses.
  • Unlimited question types.
  • Survey logic (ability to skip or trigger questions).
  • Custom branding.
  • Ability to embed surveys in websites.
  • Export to PDF, PowerPoint, or Word.
  • Ability for survey respondents to upload files.
  • Survey analytics and reporting.
  • Ability to accept payment.

Price: Freemium. Paid plans start at $49 per month.

Best for: Enterprise users needing to create long surveys with advanced logic and question types.

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6. Jotform

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With over 10,000 templates, Jotform takes the cake as the survey maker with the most form templates on our list.

Jotform also stands out for letting you accept payments with the free plan (although you’re limited to 10).

This popular survey maker includes clients as wide-ranging as AMC and Nickelodeon to Redfin and the American Medical Association.

Here’s what’s included in the free plan:

  • Five surveys.
  • 100 questions per survey.
  • 100 responses per survey.
  • Ability to embed surveys in email or website.
  • Export to PDF or Excel.
  • 10,000 survey templates.

What’s missing from the free plan:

  • Unlimited surveys.
  • Unlimited questions and responses.
  • Survey logic (ability to skip or trigger questions).
  • Custom branding.
  • HIPAA compliance.

Price: Freemium. Paid plans start at $29 per month.

Best for: Users who want a template for every kind of survey possible.

Which Survey Tool Will You Use?

There truly is a survey maker for everybody.

The above options are all solid choices. Which one works for you may depend on your organization’s needs and your personal preferences.

Take advantage of the free trials and see which one you like best.

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