WebEngage is an online targeted survey and feedback tool for websites owners and publishers. WebEngage provides various ways to engage visitors on your websites and blogs. WebEngage, developed by Mumbai based Webklipper Technologies, provides one of the simplest ways to create short and targeted surveys for visitors on your website.
With WebEngage Customer engagement tools for your website, you can conduct short targeted surveys, get feedback from visitors and display notifications.
WebEngage is currently in private beta. An extended free trial period of 3 months is being offered to beta customers. Visit WebEngage and use WE-TECK as your invitation code. You can login as publisher in a simple step, generate a widget for your site and integrate it by pasting a one liner HTML code on your website. The current version gives you “feedback” related options only. Webklipper Technologies is releasing surveys option tonight for everyone.
With WebEngage surveys, you can simply create short and targeted surveys for visitors on your website. These surveys show up on your web page when a visitor is browsing.
[advt]You can define rules for targeted surveys and feedback forms. For example, With WebEngage, you can target a question at visitors coming from certain geography, visitors coming from particular search engines, ask a question to the visitor on a particular page on your website, target a question at visitors spending a particular amount of time on your site, etc.
WebEngane support various feedback types supported such as love, complaint, feature request or a bug. Users can attach a screenshot of the current page or a part of it. WebEngage provides a complete feedback loop wherein users and publishers remain actively engaged.
Website owners can collect information such as geo information, date/time, client browser/platform information, URL on which the survey was taken etc.
WebEngane provides with a power packed dashboard to manage the surveys. All these surveys have their corresponding “inbox”, “statistics” and “aggregate response”.