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questionpro1Seattle-based QuestionPro, a maker of online polling and surveying software, has acquired San Diego-based RapidEngage in a deal of undisclosed size. RapidEngage’s service helps businesses increase Web site engagement and sales by offering short surveys, with the service available for $29 to $79 per month.

“Driving better website engagement and feedback is critical for the success of any business with an online presence,” said QuestionPro CEO Eric Koto in a statement. “The team at RapidEngage has built a great product and I’m particularly excited to extend this offering to our QuestionPro customers.”

Interestingly, this marks the second time that the team behind RapidEngage has sold a startup to a Seattle company. In 2011, founders Daniel Marashlian, Sean Callahan, and Rodney Rumford sold photo sharing app Plixi to Lockerz. 

QuestionPro boasts 2.5 million users in 100 countries, with businesses using the tools to create online surveys, polls and data visualizations. It was founded by Vivek Bhaskaran, the founder of Survey Analytics.

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