Poutsch’s addictive social polling is finally opening up to the public today with the launch of a new iPhone app.
Either there are very different people on Twitter than the average Jane Q. Everywoman, or we tend to say very different things in public than we do in private.
If that doesn’t sound very exciting, that’s because … it’s not. Apparently, the innovation well is running a little dry at Ask.
Guest Post Post-convention polls show a bounce for President Obama in the upcoming election, after a period of neck-and-neck jockeying that stretches back to June. But traditional polls, largely run by large news organizations, may be just waking up to a reality that online indicators have shown for a long time.
QuestionPro, a web-survey and market-research company, has acquired PollBob, a small startup with a website and iPhone app for community polling.
Facebook users don’t trust the company with their private data, rarely click on display advertisements, and split on the social giant’s investment status prior to the impending IPO, according to a new poll conducted by CNBC and the AP.
Today is Windows Phone 7 day in the US — the day when consumers will finally be able to throw down some coin and snag a WP7 device of their very own.