An iframe is an HTML code that is embedded inside another HTML document on a website. Iframe embedding allows you to integrate surveys to your site to collect feedback from your website's visitors in real-time. Enable visitors to answer the survey without leaving the website.
Collect personal information like name, email address, and phone number to create future targeted marketing campaigns.
For example, an IT services provider fields a survey on its website to collect customer feedback about their overall experience. Visitors can fill in their responses quickly without having to drift away from the website. The service provider collects genuine inputs from the customer.
Iframe embedding is an easy way of collecting survey responses through a blog or a website. It is used when the surveyor does not wish to send out survey invitations to the respondents. Respondents visiting the webpage or the blog voluntarily take part in the surveys. Iframe embedded surveys are used mainly by online service providers and in the hospitality industry.
Embedding a survey to your website has advantages to it:
Learn how to set up and use this feature with our help file on HTML question embed.