Easily create surveys, quizzes, and polls for different audiences to analyze their opinions, and preferences.
Listen to your customers and get their opinions on any topic so you can improve your engagement.
Glue Up surveys allow you to dive deeper into your members' wants, needs, and problems, easily create and distribute surveys, analyze survey results, and share survey results with others.
Glue Up is constantly innovating and adding new features to its survey product, including but not limited to AI features. In the future, Glue Up survey product is expected to become even more powerful and user-friendly.
There are over 30 question types available in our survey tool, including multiple choice, checkbox, text, and rating questions.
Yes, there are ready-to-use survey templates available, so you can get started quickly.
You can distribute surveys through a variety of channels, including email, social media, and your website.
Glue Up's built-in analytics dashboard makes it easy to track the results of your surveys.
Yes, you can easily share survey results with others in your organization.
Yes, you can request a free demo by clicking on the blue button that says ‘Get a Demo’ located at the top right corner of every page.
Glue Up offers a variety of pricing plans to fit your needs. You can learn more about the pricing plans on our pricing page.
Glue Up is built on Amazon Web Services (AWS), the world's most secure cloud platform. It uses the latest security technologies to protect your survey, member, and organization data.
First and foremost, the Glue Up platform is designed with member-based organizations and their needs in mind. Therefore, the convenience our platform offers in getting things done is not offered by general survey and feedback collection tools out there. Moreover, Glue Up surveys offer a number of features that are not available on many other survey platforms, such as its built-in analytics dashboard and its ability to share survey results with others.
Some best practices for using Glue Up surveys include:
- Creating clear and concise questions
- Using a variety of question types
- Distributing surveys through a variety of channels
- Tracking the results of your surveys
- Sharing survey results with others
Some common mistakes to avoid when using surveys include:
- Asking too many questions
- Using biased or leading questions
- Not tracking the results of your surveys
- Not sharing survey results with others