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GoodBaad.com – Public Opinion On The Web

The premise behind this website is truly a simple one: those who visit it can opine on different issues and cast a vote that is either “good” or “baad”. The items that can be voted upon rage far and wide, and these go from personalities and celebrities such as Barack Obama and Alex Ferguson to brands and companies like Pepsi and Coca Cola. Movies are also part of the ballot, and (not surprisingly) The Dark Knight was included on the...

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PollAuthority.com – Polls, Polls and More Polls

Up for a good poll? If so, head on over to PollAuthority, a new polling application which lets users create simple and customizable polls quickly. PollAuthority is an easy fix for website or blog polls; you don’t have to spend loads on a tailored solution. Once you’ve created your free account, simply choose the template which suits your poll, customize the theme and drop a couple lines of script into your website. Other options...

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YouTagem.com – Brand Association

You’re probably familiar with those word association tests psychologists use to get inside your head; well, YouTag’em is a site which uses the same principle to get a collective consensus about brands, countries and people. The setup is dead simple. On the screen you’ll see a photo of a logo, such as the Nike swoosh, or you’ll see a celebrity or a country flag. Next you write down one word or phrase that comes to mind and submit it....

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ShouldRedesign.com – Does Your Site Need a Makeover

There are a lot of websites out there, some gorgeous, some not so, and some which look as if they were assaulted by an epileptic with crayons in tow. Of these, the latter sort are tolerated perhaps because of age and perhaps because of authority. Yet, there should be some outlet for people to express their dislike of these travesties of web design. That’s where ShouldRedesign comes in. Simply put, ShouldRedesign lets you vote whether...

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Polleverywhere.com – Polling via Mobile Phone

Tired of the expensive equipment that goes along with public opinion polling? Poll Everywhere is an all-software alternative. Users select a question, a set number of answers, and an overall layout on Poll Everywhere’s website, and an audience is directed to text message their responses to a specific number. The results can then be displayed in real time online or in a power point presentation. Even better, the first 100 responses are...

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