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Poll Your Followers With a twtpoll

Engaging your followers is a simple way to add value to your Twitter account. Part of the beauty of Twitter is asking questions and getting answers. The ugly part of getting answers is compiling them.

This is where twtpoll takes over and makes your life much easier. It lets you ask a question and throw in some possible responses, which will eventually turn into a poll. You can share that poll on Twitter or Facebook, and it even comes with a shortened URL and your poll title.

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Head over to twtpoll and enter your username, the question, and some possible responses. When you submit the form, you’ll be given direct links to tweet it or update your Facebook status (you just have to be logged in). There’s no handing over your password or anything else shady. The only thing that’s missing is the ability to add a response on the go in case a user feels the list of responses isn’t sufficient. If you need a quick way to create a poll - with some cool Flash effects in the results - give twtpoll a try.

Please take our poll regarding your ability to microblog at work (and then view the results).

Accounts to Follow

@felipecoimbra (developer), @twtpoll



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