How to Add Advance Polls and Surveys in Blogger Posts

Probably, the most prominent way to engage your visitors on your site is to do one-on-one interaction with them. Adding Polls and surveys is a different way to magnetize the attention of the visitors towards your blog. Polls also help you to get into the depth of your visitors and allow you to know the insights of your users. Furthermore, you can also use polls to ask your readers a question or what they want to see on your site. In this situation, nothing could beat a poll. In this article, we will show you How to Add Advance Polls and Surveys in Blogger Using Toluna.

First, you need to sign up for an account at It has a modest Registration form partly consists of Your Name, Password, Email and Gender. Just fill the registration form correctly and hit the Sign Up button. (Alternative: If you are a Facebook User then, you can use FB Connect button for ultra-fast registration).

After verifying your email address, just sign in to your account. Once everything is done, it is time to create your first Poll. Just go to and you will be able to see a screen similar to the following screenshot. There would be four different options i.e. Poll, Topics, Thumbs and VS Battle out of which you have to select “POLL”. On selecting “Poll”, you would be able to witness a number of options which we have discussed below.
  1. Ask Something: In this Area, you will write the question which you are willing to ask from your readers.
  2. Write an Answer: Now, you have to provide a few numbers of options to users so they can select the answer on the basis of the answers that you provided in the survey  (This would act as a survey because your users only have to (Tick) the answer according to their interests. 
  3. Category: Select a category of your survey entirely depends on your question.
Once everything is done, select the “Create” button present at the right side of your screen and your survey would be published publicly.
After creating your survey, now you need to find the embed code to add it on your site. In order to get the Embed code, open the survey that you created a few moments a go. You can access the list of your surveys through "My Polls" options appearing at the right side of your screen. 
Now select the plus sign button appearing at the bottom of your screen as shown in the screenshot below. 
Now, a new window will pop out which would provide you the embed code. You can also increase or decrease the width of it as per your needs. Finally, Copy the embed code and proceed to the last step.
After copying the code go to >> Create a new Post >> Select HTML Tab and paste the code where you would like to see the poll or survey to appear. Now publish your article, and that’s it. See the following screenshot.
There are many other methods to add polls in your Blogger website some easier than others. How we can forget the default survey widget but, the default widget is outdated and looks dirty too. What is your favorite method of adding polls and surveys in your Blogger website?


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March 5, 2013 at 3:07 PM

thans for your nice post well explanation keep it up MBL

March 5, 2013 at 5:00 PM

Very nice tricks. Thank you very much

March 5, 2013 at 6:00 PM

I was using Polldaddy to make some surveys, Roluna Seems very advance, will use it, thaks for sharing !


March 5, 2013 at 8:26 PM

Awesome post syed as usual. Dude, I want one help from you. Please check the image.
After my bad luck, when blogger deleted my site, I shifted to wordpress. Now, I get very few unique visitors but large amount of pageviews. Why? Please check the image:

March 5, 2013 at 10:31 PM

Thanks for the information :)

March 6, 2013 at 12:00 AM

Mehul your new Blog is really nice i want to know how is your experience when you shifted from blogger to WordPress. according to you which one is more better. because i'm also thinking of moving to a self hosted WordPress blog soon and how is your experience with Hostgator.

Editorial Team MOD
March 6, 2013 at 1:03 AM

That's because, You are getting Traffic Not From Any Search engine nor from any Sources. You and your Devoted followers visits your site that's Why they spend much more time on your site and It increases the number of pageviews but the Unique count remains the same.

Editorial Team MOD
March 6, 2013 at 1:05 AM

Polldaddy is indeed Great but now they have changed their policies. You have to Create an Account At To be able to use it. Therefore. Toluna is the perfect alternative!

March 6, 2013 at 5:01 AM

@Syed: Ok dude thanks. I was worried that it wasn't SPAM views.

@Varun: Well well, I would suggest you that if you haven't started your career in blogger yet, then you can surely move to wordpress. Its a awesome platform. To read all the pros and cons of wordpress and blogger, follow the link:

March 6, 2013 at 5:15 AM

This is the hallmark of My Blogger Lab that it at least once offer information on a topic that was not covered before in the vicinity that is why most of the newbie blogger begin their day with MBL. Great post with quite new information thanks for sharing

December 24, 2015 at 10:28 PM

Nice work that's very impressive.

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