Readers of this blog know that recent posts describe how Flash Polls are used. Most recently, we examined how Amazon, Facebook, and Google utilize Flash Polls to learn about their users’ behavior. Today, we examine how one of our clients, the We Get Around Network, implemented a series of Flash Polls and what conclusions were reached.
Last week, we examined the concept of a Flash Poll, in which a site owner prompts their visitors with a simple question. The goal is to help the site owner engage their visitors in a meaningful way and quickly gather results. But why would site owners want to do that? To answer this question, we offer five specific ways that Flash Polls can provide insights to site owners
Why do we often prefer social media over “regular” websites? One reason is that social media feels “alive” while most websites read like boring brochures. Social media is an experience that people savor and regular websites are lame by comparison.