You can reference or cite SurveyMonkey in a paper, thesis, blog, or other publication. Please format the information as required according to the style manual or guide used by your company, school, or organization.
When referencing SurveyMonkey, please include the following:
- Name: SurveyMonkey Inc.
- Location: San Mateo, California, USA
- Main Website: www.surveymonkey.com
Content on the SurveyMonkey website is likely protected by copyright or trademarked. Survey content is generally owned by the user who conducted the survey. If you did not create the survey, you may need to seek their permission if you want to reference it.
To use the SurveyMonkey logo or screenshots of the website, please see our Brand and Trademark Use Policy for details.
Citing SurveyMonkey Audience
When referencing SurveyMonkey Audience, keep the name SurveyMonkey Audience intact and include a link to our Audience main website:
- Name: SurveyMonkey Audience
- Website: www.surveymonkey.com/mp/audience
Example Citation: The data for this survey was collected using SurveyMonkey Audience. Information on how respondents are recruited to SurveyMonkey is available here: www.surveymonkey.com/mp/audience
To use SurveyMonkey Audience logo or screenshots of the website, please see our Brand and Trademark Use Policy for details.