Skip to main content

Feature Spotlight: Create Your Own Custom Panel Pages

Today's feature spotlight is on our panel management tool, and how you can now further customize your panel with your own unique custom HTML panel pages. These pages can be displayed as links in your main navigation or as links in your footer. Creating custom panel pages are a great way for you to embed youtube videos, create a testimonials page, a live feed of social media channels, and whatever else you choose to help in your panel recruitment strategy. You can also link to external pages such as your website, blog, or a contact page. 

This new feature is one of the many new items among the new Survey Analytics User Interface. Take advantage of customizing your panel and refreshing the content often to get the most out of your search engine placement and to help develop an SEO strategy for your panel landing page and welcome site. Our platform supports HTML in your custom panel pages allowing you to take full control and customize your pages to your requirements.

Here's a tutorial of how to easily create custom panel pages in your Survey Analytics account: 

If you are not a current Survey Analytics customer but would like to experiment in our panel management tool to see how powerful it is - you can sign up for a free trial account.


Popular posts from this blog

Results of the Presidential Job Index Survey (week ending 7/1/2010)

Quick update on the results for the presidential job index survey for the week ending 7/1/2011. As a reminder this is a weekly survey that we conduct and we publish the results for the survey every Friday. To participate in this week's survey, please download the SurveySwipe application and take the survey.

Remember, you get points that you can redeem for various rewards when you take our surveys. We have already distributed several paid apps like Angry Birds for free.


Almost 900 respondents took the survey.
52% vs 53% last week of the respondents approve of the job that President Obama is doing.
Respondents included 28% Democrats (31% last week), 25% Republicans (22% last week), 24% independents (27%) last week and 2% with the Green Party (3% last week).

You can view the reports here or directly on your phone.

Top 5 Infographics of the Week: Cyber Security

Earlier this week, we experienced a power outage with our data center at Internap. During this short period of time, our customers were unable to access the site. Luckily, it didn't last long and we are back up and running now thanks to our dedicated support team that responded quickly and worked diligently.

Cyber security is, and always has been, a very important issue for us as we continue to grow and meet the demands of a technology-driven society. Nothing is more paramount than the safety of your valuable data. And apparently we weren't the only ones affected, as LinkedIn was experiencing difficulties on the same day and Internap had 3 massive outages earlier this year. Check out these infographics with stats on the importance of cyber security and the impact it can have on small-medium sized businesses.

Top 5 Infographics of the Week: Internet of Things

In 2008, the number of things connected to the internet exceeded the number of people on Earth. By 2050, we are expected to surpass 50 million different devices connected to the internet. And we're not just talking smartphones and tablets - we mean everything. Wearable tech, household appliances, smart homes, public transportation, hospitals and even cattle have all been using sensors to transmit data automatically. It is an exciting yet scary time to be alive. The various interactions between these different entities are opening up doors for more apps, more software and more auxiliary services. With so many "things" connected online, the possibilities for information exchange becoming wider everyday. Check out the top 5 infographics to learn more about the IoT.