This last week I created an online survey using surveymonkey.com. Wow! Where have you been all my life? (Or, at least career). It was actually easier to do it with SurveyMonkey than it is just using MSWord... I didn't bother reading the instructions (of course), and still got the survey up and running in no time on the first try. Not only that, SurveyMonkey has a great way of keeping track and contacting respondents.
Here's my only concern... why monkey? Last week I also had to use something from mediamonkey, so I did a little googling and found a whole troop of online monkeys.
Some of these added monkey to existing concepts, perhaps just to make them more fun:
brew-monkey.com (Hey, I could have used that as a homepage)
Some added monkey to apparently random words:
The subtle-yet-powerful Japanese warrior-monkey connection:
And finally, this site added monkey to something I would never associate with jungle animals:
I expect to see the following church-related sites:
Basically, "monkey.com" is used to mean accessible, fun website containing specialized information/ services on a given topic.
Why just monkeys? Why not otters or other "fun" animals?
Maybe we can use other animals to signify types of websites. E.g., ____kitten.com could be sites that have cute pictures. ____horse.com could be anything outside. _____dungbettle.com could mean sophmoric humor. ______whale.com could be conservation sites.