Learn Your Blog Readers’ Opinion with ProProfs Polls

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I have previously over-viewed best free web-based software allowing to easily create online surveys and today I decided to focus on a new player – the one that has been launched only recently but already got some really positive publicity from really powerful blogs like Profy and WebWorkerDaily.

ProProfs Polls is a new feature-rich polls maker you should try out. It is really easy, yet has plenty of options you won’t find anywhere else:

  • Make your polls more entertaining and engaging by adding media: ProProfs Polls maker supports Flickr integration as well as other types of rich media content;
  • Totally free: once you create an account, you can create an unlimited number of polls with unlimited number of votes: hardly can you find so many free features with no limits.
  • In-depth analytics: analyze your poll-takers by county and state.

Well, analytics feature is what I naturally would like to review in more detail:

1. View results only from one country:

ProProfs Polls

2. View the pollsters location map:

ProProfs Polls

3. Sort results by city and state or by IP address:

ProProfs Polls

You are welcome to try it out and share your opinion!

The tool was reviewed under SEJ policy.

Ann Smarty

Ann Smarty

Brand amd Community Manager at Internet Marketing Ninjas
Ann Smarty is the blogger and community manager at Internet Marketing Ninjas. Ann's expertise in blogging and tools serve as a base for her writing,... Read Full Bio
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  • I was using tweet poll, This looks so cool… Great discovery, deserves a tweet………

  • Wow…this is so much better than creating surveys through your own website. I like how pollsters location map looks similar to the one used in Google Analytics.

  • I’ve been looking for a polling solution to gain a better insight into what people are looking for. I’ll be giving ProProfs Polls an in-depth look.

  • We’ve been searching for a polling tool and this looks great, will give it a shot and report back…