Adding a Poll or Survey to a Blog

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Adding a Poll or Survey to a BlogI'd known for a while that taking polls or surveys is a great way to interact with your followers, get to know your target market and how you can help them.

It also can help you to build relationships, but so that you can better understand the problems your readers might be facing.

So after doing a bit of research I found the one that I had seen used on Mashable's recent poll about the new Digg, Polldaddy (by the way, as I suspected, the old Digg wins!).

This little plugin has great funcionality, including the option I wanted to allow readers to view the results in real time. But it does have a limitation on the free version of 100 responses in a month.

Well at least it provides an option of limiting one response per visitor. So we’ll see if I hit that wall with this one or not, but I’m just experimenting for now anyway!

So I have a little poll and a video here to show you how!


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Vicki...Thanks For Inviting Me Here!!

Hi Vicki!

Thanks for inviting me to your BetterNetworker's so nice seeing you here too. :)

Hmm, your angle sounds very intriguing...I will return so I can be a part of your poll & view your video!!

Have a highly inspired day...your tribal friend Steven Suchar

Steven Suchar — Sat, 09/04/2010 - 1:40pm

Hi Steven!

I appreciate your feedback, I'm having some fun with this, and I know it will provide opportunities in the future that I haven't thought of yet!

Good to see you here as well, I believe we're connected just about everywhere by now!

Wishing You Tremendous Success,

Vicki Berry — Tue, 09/07/2010 - 11:10am

Good stuff Vicki

Thanks for the information. This is very good stuff. It will be great to get feedback and more interactive with followers.

Timothy Burns — Tue, 09/07/2010 - 11:26am

Great Tim!

Let me know how you do with it! I've just created another use for it in my latest post :)

Have an Awesome Day!

Vicki Berry — Wed, 09/08/2010 - 1:30pm


Hi Vicki. I used to use PollDaddy as well. I got tired of the limited response feature so I created my own social polling application. We just launched last week. Let me know what you think.

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