FlyBlog is a modern and friendly platform (Bulletin Board System) for conducting quality online discussions, available on any device equipped with a web browser.
Using the platform, you can invite and engage participants in discussions on topics you have defined. You have interactive tasks at your disposal, such as Drag&Drop, scales, diaries, maps, and the evaluation of text and graphic concepts.
For each project, you have a dedicated e-mail inbox that you can operate from the platform without configuring additional tools. The history of your conversation with participants via chat is also saved in the same place.
If you need support in the field of platform operation – content editing and management of the participant database – you have our experienced technical team at your disposal.
At any time, save all statements in Excel or PDF format and multimedia materials in an ordered archive. You can export the results of interactive tasks to Excel, SPSS, or TXT format.
Entrust us with the service of preparing any survey (e.g., diary panel) and invite discussion participants to it. The results will appear on the platform immediately and participants will be able to comment on them.
A wide range of task types are available: closed, open, Drag&Drop, scales, diaries, maps, and text and graphic concept assessment.
The platform is compatible with all mobile devices (smartphones or tablets) and computers (PCs or laptops).
The platform’s colors and graphics (including surveys) can be tailored to the client’s needs and wishes.
There is an extensive administrative module with functions for managing communication, participants, content, and results.
We provide substantive and programming support from experts with many years of experience in the market and opinion research industry.
Share the FlyBlog platform with diary survey software and an interactive map.
The FlyBlog platform seemed to us a friendly space for local culture managers – intuitive and visually attractive. The available options, such as adding audio/video materials, marking locations on a map, and combining quantitative and qualitative techniques with textual statements were something we were looking for in our project.
Research Project Manager
In this project, we integrated a diary panel with a qualitative research platform. The survey results appeared on the platform in the form of entries, which allowed them to be discussed on an ongoing basis.