Starts Revolution in Online Social Polling

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Users make their voice heard with the most open social polling community on the Web.

As Thomas Jefferson said , "Every generation needs a new revolution." The founding fathers of couldn't agree more. How many of you have ever been part of a revolution - one which changes the face of your neighborhood? your city? humankind? the planet? Most of us, while radical at heart, don't spend enough time away from the computer such that we can become as radical as we would like. However, time spent at the computer can often be time well spent - especially as it relates to one of the purest revolutions of our times - voting. is the voter's revolution. Knowledge. Expression. Sharing. Camaraderie. Community. Exposure. These are only some, albeit most notable, outcomes that arise from a social polling site such as SYV. You, the user, are SYV's most important asset through your desire to know supported by the will of others to express.

The name says it all and Phil Goodwin, SYV's Chief Operating Officer believes it wholeheartedly: "We built this community to give the people a place to make their voice heard on every imaginable topic and we believe that the current social environment on the web will help make this community thrive. One of our main goals is to keep the voting spirit alive long after the last ballot has been cast for the 2008 Presidential Election."

Beta Launch of Voter's Revolution
The August release of SYV smacks computer users in the face with one of the slickest interfaces on the social polling scene. While it isn't the first social polling site to hit the Net, it is one of the most uncluttered, inviting, free interactive poll sites launched to date. This is evidenced by supporting reviews on profy, mashable, killerstartups, web2weblog sites as well as favorite hits on, to name a few.

User-friendly Features such as Profiles, Comments, Email and URL Sharing
Through multi-language support and user-generated content, SYV provides users with the ability to track and socially engage on topics such as the US 2008 Presidential Race; Lloyd Carr's coaching future; music festivals such as Austin City Limits, Voodoo Music Experience and Lollapalooza; hot movies such as Michael Moore's Sicko and The Bourne Ultimatum; and more sobering topics such as animal and child abuse, poverty, and population control.

Most topics, polls and results can be searched and browsed anonymously, emailed, and added to other sites. Users can also register for free to create a profile through which they can share additional information about themselves, privately post polls, as well as add comments to polls.

Plans for the Future
Coming soon to SYV will be additional features such as RSS news feeds, blogs, statistical reporting, pollster and poll ratings.

Final Thoughts
As most revolutions do, SYV is having an effect. It's making a name for itself.
Stake your claim. Take a stand. submityourvote. Come, join the revolution.


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