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    Medkits

    I've read over the Medkit article a little....
    -But what type of questions should I ask on my surveys?
    -Are there any scripts to analyze the stats...
    I don't want to to have to count how many people are Male, and the rest of the questions....Then do %'s of that. That would take a long time to do...

    What other free scripts would be helpful in putting together a medkit?

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    LOL-I'm tired

    Whoops, I mean MediaKit not Medkit! lol

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    There are a few solutions that do that automatically:

    DART: doubleclick.com
    RealMedia

    forgot their URL.. ask around about their solutions,.

    Good luck
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    I know Dart is fairly expensive, and RealMedia Isn't free. I've heard of both...
    Anything free? Or pretty cheap?
    Thanks for the help though!

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    Hi,

    Actually, you should use a service like Zoomerang or the free, but ad-filled service FreePolls.com offers. This will allow you to add questions and it automatically calculates things for you. What kinds of questions should you ask? Well, it depends - but you can see what I asked here: http://sports-central.org/other/adve...graphics.shtml

    BURST! Media, for one, provides a survey feature for its members.

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    Thanks, for all the info!
    I forgot about freetools.com, this should work good!
    Should I have a POP-Up asking these questions, try to add some lines to my forum sign up, or just have a "survey" page....?

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    Would advertisers trust these results?
    I may take off the "results" button since there will be more than one question, and results for each may look stupid.
    I won't be selling my ad space directly for a while, but I want to be ready when the time does come.

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    Originally posted by Trulent
    Would advertisers trust these results?
    Typically, you need at least 200 replies to your survey in order for it to be considered accurate.

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    Ok....
    Well, on that freepolls thing....Would there be a way to have multiple questions and they only have to submit once?
    I don't want them to have to submit for each question, I'll take off the Results link, or should I leave it?
    Should I put a results link in my media kit?

    If I can't have say 10 questions/page and only submit once, then I probably won't use that.
    I'm sure there are some other scripts that could do this....

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    Try looking at CGI-Resources.com -- you should be able to find a script that does the trick.
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    Does this look like a good script?
    Should I show the results to everyone? And post a link to the results in my medkit?


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