Has anyone ever tried using Qualaroo on their Site and Gotten it to Work?

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I was on another website that had Qualaroo on it.  It is a survey type tool that will come up on your website. You create the survey and embed the java code.  It says it needs to be right after the body tag, but of course I can't put it exactly after that as I can only put it right below H1 and the banner so have not been able to get it to work as of yet.

It hasn't been the full 2 hours but am afraid it may require it to be right below - so thought I would ask if anyone has tried using it on a Yola site.

And of course here comes the second question.....is there not anyway if it doesn't end up working to place code right below the body tag.

Any help would be greatly appreciated as it would be a neat addition to the site.   It pulls up a custom survey on bottom of page and you can ask visitors specific questions based on page and on other parameters.

Thanks in adavance.
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Karen

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Karen

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Disregard....... I finally got it to work.  It is a cool tool.  If you want to see it  - my url is www.asmallbusinessconsultant.ca and is on the first page in bottom right corner for next few days anyway.
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Monique, VP of Customer Support

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I am glad you got it to work.  Although by the time I spotted your post and went to your site I didn't see the survey.  Not sure if you have taken it down?  Regardless, you have a fantastic website and I am very pleased I had the chance to check it out!  Really well done!
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Monique, VP of Customer Support

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I take that back :) - the bit about not seeing the survey that is. Went to your blog page and the survey popped up - what a great way to gather customer feedback!
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