There are many excellent free online poll services and most of them let you set up a voting system on your web site or blog in a matter of minutes. I’ve been using Polldaddy.com for some time and have been very satisfied. Polldaddy is very easy to set up and gives me the flexibility of using my own designs.
In fact, if you check the left column (on a desktop), you will see a PollDaddy poll running. Please take a moment to provide us your input.
By the way, PollDaddy also has quizzes and surveys and if you run a WordPress web site, it can be integrated easily. PollDaddy is owned by the same company that owns the world’s favorite blogging platform.
Polls on web site and blogs are an excellent way to engage visitors. By casting their vote and posting comments, you not only involve them on your site but also make them feel a part of it. Additionally, the results of these online polls can provide better insights into visitor trends and what they prefer.
You can set up a web site poll on virtually anything. For instance, you can have visitors choose from a set of competing products in your industry or even ask for their advice on the new design you are about to implement on the web site. Quick advice: try to keep the poll question related to your web site content or the content of the page on which the poll is featured. For additional tips, read how to make a successful web site poll.
Create polls and surveys for your web site. The free account gets you 100 survey responses per month with 10 questions per survey. I’ve used Polldaddy on this web site to create polls and recommend it highly.
Beginners, check out the detailed instructions with screenshots on how to use Polldaddy.com to add a poll on a web site or blog.
Micropoll gives you several features for free! Creating a poll for your web site is very simple through this service. Along with the results you can also come to know the number of votes collected from each US state.
No sign up required to create a free poll through LearnMySelf.com. But this probably means that you cannot remove spammy comments… so it’s a good idea to not use this feature at all. Choose from several premade poll design templates.
Add a free poll for your web site, forum, blog or profile page on MySpace and it takes just three steps to have it up and running.
Seamlessly integrate a free poll on your web site using Websitetoolbox. The good thing is that the free poll has no branding from the service, at least at the time of writing.
Create a free poll or survey for your web site or blog in minutes. No need of installing software.
Probably the easiest way to create and add a poll to your web site. However, doesn’t have many design options – just 6 color choices. No sign up required.
Make your own web site poll with upto 10 responses.
Get customized surveys and polls for your web site, blog and social network profiles from the 99Polls service.
Three plans to choose from… no free account unfortunately. However, Websitegear products are used by some really famous companies. If you’re serious about integrating a good online poll on your web site, WebsiteGear should be a good choice.
Get a poll to match the look and feel of your web site. Quick to create and easy to implement, the free web site poll from Sparklit is, however, ad supported and with limited features. Check the paid plans.
Create polls instantly… no sign up required! Customize the poll to match the layout of your web site.
Make polls for your web site on any topic with unlimited number of questions! The good part… every poll gets it’s own message forum.
PoppyDog lets you create upto 10 polls for your web site. Customize the layout and colors using CSS to blend it with your site.
Flash based poll for your web site and blog. No need to sign up or register for an account.
Free graphical polls for your web site, forum, blog or even email. Choose from a variety of different layouts and designs.
Create a poll for your web site with upto 15 answers for free using the Ballot-Box.net service. Get real-time statistics and results.
ProProfs free polls can be created easily and integrated quickly on any web site or blog. You also get to see votes on a Google map and images or video to the poll.
Make a free poll in minutes and add it to your web site, blog, social network profile or email it to people. Easy integration on Blogger, WordPress etc.
Sign up for a free account and make a poll in a snap. Customize the poll to blend it with your web site colors and layout, protect against multiple votes etc.
Free Website Polls
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