Polls

  • How to Add a Poll to Your Constant Contact Email

    … Have you ever wondered what your subscribers were thinking? Maybe you want to know what information your subscribers are most interested in. Or what they thought of one of your recent events. Find out by adding a poll to your email. Collecting feedback from your email subscribers ensures you’re on the right track with your email content. You…

    Constant Contactin EMail How To's- 22 readers -
  • WTFSEO’s State of the SEO Industry Media Survey

    … Yes, it’s that time of year, when we reach out, to you, our loyal WTFSEOers to get your thoughts on the state of the SEO industry media. What are your intimate thoughts about SEJ, SEL, SEW, SER, SEQ, SEX (are you sure about that one? – ed), and how WTFSEO fits into this landscape as a purveyor of SEO newsiness. Please be as honest with your…

    WTFSEOin SEO- 12 readers -
  • 5 Tips to Grow from Livestreamer to Broadcaster

    … successful livestreams take full advantage of this. Live engagement with your audience is key to growing your channel. Talk to your viewers when they talk to you. Ask them questions and answer theirs. Poll the chat on what you should do. Get audience feedback on whether they’re being engaged or not, and even give them a choice on what game to play…

    Inside Facebookin Facebook Twitter YouTube- 15 readers -
  • Twitter Tests New Location for Tweet Composer in iOS App

    … for iOS, similar to the experience on Twitter.com. According to Bell, the tweet composer and camera icon appear at the top of users’ timelines, allowing them to tweet and add photos, videos and live streams, but users who wish to tweet with polls, GIFs and location information must still use the tweet button in the top-right-hand corner of the app. Readers: Should Twitter make this a permanent change? Screenshot courtesy of Karissa Bell, Mashable. …

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social Twitter- 17 readers -
  • How Twitter Users Feel About Their Jobs (Report)

    … According to the most recent Gallup data, 70 percent of American workers are disengaged at work. There are lots of compounding factors that play into how people feel about their jobs, including location, industry and even whether or not they’re part of the emerging gig economy. Last year, Monster and Brandwatch launched their first annual job…

    AllFacebookin Twitter- 18 readers -
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