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I'd like to add a "Was this page useful?" part at the end of multiple pages for visitors to rate the page and leave feedback.

I could program this myself, store the data and make the reports that my client wants, but there must be an existing tool that I can incorporate that already does this.

Is there anybody who has had experience in using a tool for the same purpose? And what tool did you use?

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Do you want people to leave your page to answer the question, or to do it within the page? – paulmorriss Oct 20 '11 at 16:24
I'd prefer if they could ask their questions within the page itself, since they would still see the content they are inquiring about. – Luuk Barten Oct 21 '11 at 7:26
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KISSInsights offers a widget that lets you collect feedback from users about the page they're on. They charge $29/month if you need to be able to write your own question. (The default question is, “How did you first hear about us?”, which probably isn't what you want.) I've used this for the exact use case you describe (“Was this page useful?”).

You could alternatively use one of the many hosted feedback services, such as SurveyMonkey, Zoomerang, UserVoice, or 4Q.

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Thank you Nick. I'll try to get my client to use KISSInsights. It looks like the exact tool I need for the Job. – Luuk Barten Oct 21 '11 at 7:23
@LuukBarten You're welcome! I should have mentioned that KISS lets you summarise responses by page in their reporting area. Quite handy for the use case you describe. – Nick Oct 21 '11 at 8:44

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