Dear Sera Launches Fast, Fun Web Polling

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Undecided? Then Poll Everything! Launches Modern Polling Service. Get 1,000 Free Credits.

Democracy Gone Wild? Revolution Engineering today announced the launch of its next-generation web polling service Designed for fun and wit but with commercial aspirations the new polling place has employed the slogan "Poll Everything!."

Answer and Ask: Users create their own polls and monitor results. Write your own polls and answer others. Votes are entered by a simple click on a radio button. Results are displayed with colored graphics.

Optional Registration: The simple, streamlined registration is designed for speed. Users can also proceed anonymously, without registering.

Currency: Registering allows users to trade in Seras, the website's currency. For the launch new users are given 1,000 free Seras. Answer polls with a simple click and collect Seras. Spend your Seras collecting answers to your own questions.

Polling categories include Next President, Commercial, Family, Friends, Looks, Manners, Married Stuff, Money, Pets, Political, Romance, Singles, Splitsville and Whatever. Additional categories are coming soon.

Example Questions: Most of the questions are irreverent. "Is 40 the new 30?" asks Sosha.    "Should I tell my sister to leave my boyfriend alone?" asks Joanna. "Do you wear underwear under the bicycle shorts?" asks Pretty Grl. Pollsters (users) can even vote on what the site's next slogan should be.

Example Results: Forty percent agree that 40 is the new 30. Thirty-five percent agree that the sister should "lay off." Answers are evenly split on Pretty Grl's question. And, so far, the favored slogan is "I'm Just Askin."

Common user names are now available. Pollsters (users) are asked to be smart and use appropriate language. Users are allowed to tag questions with labels such as "Awesome" and "Offensive."

Created by systems architect and financial software expert, Bisera Ferrero, the polling software is fast and fun. The target audience are the undecideds the world over.

Started in 1998, Revolution Engineering, Inc. is a multi-faceted technology company based in San Francisco's Haight Ashbury district. Poll Everything!


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