New York, NY (PRWEB) December 21, 2009
With Qwanz.com, a radically new type of site has launched—one that enables users to have their voices heard on issues that matter to them, not just individually, but much more powerfully as a group. Those opinions are then automatically forwarded on to the decision makers whether they are elected officials, government agencies, companies, or journalists.
Strength is in the numbers; a single voice is far less powerful than a thousand voices expressing the same opinion together. That combined strength is what provides users with the power to influence the decision making process.
Qwanz is intended to negate the public‘s feeling of being disconnected from the decision making process and powerless to affect it. It aims to change the one-way communication between Governments, media, corporations, and the individual.
Rather than talk about “crowdsourcing”, Qwanz actually enables it.
Qwanz provides the tools that allow anyone to easily set up their own opinion poll, without an editorial gatekeeper, and thus, determine the public’s opinions as a whole, on any subject.
It uses a reverse approach to traditional polls, which seek opinions on issues that may or may not be of any interest to those being polled. On Qwanz, the public selects what polls they are concerned about, making their answers that much more focused and pertinent.
For the first time, it also gives users, the tools to forward people’s opinions, as a group, to the decision makers, whether elected officials, corporations, government agencies or the media.
One voice may not be heard but thousands together cannot be ignored™. That's Qwanz!
Please visit us at Qwanz.com.
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press (at) qwanz (dot) com