Twitter Polls: Gauging Opinion


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Twitter is a site where many opinions are given. Everyone who has an account can treat virtually anything that stays in line with the company’s privacy policy and terms of conduct. This allows for great dialogue and sharing, especially when someone retweets a post or favorites it. But, for those that are running a Twitter page, getting this activity and opinion on matters can be difficult, unless there is a highly active and engaged followership that wants to take the time to share a page, retweet it, or make a direct move to help it grow. That is where Twitter Polls are changing the name of the opinion game in a great way.

Twitter Polls are great in that they allow a page to see opinions of their consumers in one condensed place. They are great for the followers of a page because they allow their opinion to be given in a matter of seconds rather than through an involved network of forms and feedback channels. As they streamline the opinion process, more individuals are likely to participate, businesses are able to get the feedback they desire, and a page can grow more rapidly in the hearts and minds of those that are using the page. That is why these tools are seeing a sudden surge in excitement over their use.