yeah we are using twitter, but not Polldaddy
We dare not unsing poll daddy
another annoying app...not my cup of tee :-/
Not using it :-/
We use Twitter, but not Daddy!
We don't use poll daddy ;)
the princple is just top, but if Google claimed twitter by a couple of billion bucks, eh. Nearly all becomes part of teh Google consortium...
Yes thats a great Idee
be great to poll listeners on the fly ... if it popped the poll inline at least on the web feed. As it stands with having to link out ... how is that really different from just setting up their regular poll and then shortlinking it?
i already use polldaddy on our web site, works great there, so definitely can see this coming along and being valuable at some point. not today though.
I've always said that communications was the fastest moving space in tech. We are seeing a communication highway form much like the information one of the late nineties. I believe we will see many more of these communication mashups in the future. It might out pace the document space in activity soon.
PollDaddy is a nice addition, good thinking, will enable mass opinion sampling and make twitter an even richer research tool.
novel at best. they should forgo asking for account info and just provide a copy and paste interface. Why must they sign onto our twitter accounts JUST to post some text and a link?
I'd like to vote 'No', but clearly I'd then be using it. Neat little Catch 22. :)
This is really great. I cant see how it will end up annoying. Its a pretty clean implementation of the Twitter API. We need more of this on Twitter.
Polldaddy for Twitter may be as useful as they come , but it might end up as just another very annoying app.
Looking at it a bit more... I love these results pages - I'll definitely be voting on these polls, being able to leave comments against them is an awesome idea and if you take the time to vote, is well worth the extra minute or so to comment on it IMHO.
I like it, loic did it, techcrunch followed so it's gotta take off :p
Neat little idea, love the concept... I've got a thing about giving my password up to 3rd party apps at the moment though, once I get over that I'll probably use it ;)
Although if the responses don't also tweet back @ the poster, then maybe that limits a little? not sure yet.