Should the U.S. aspire to spread democracy in the world?
LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) February 20, 2008
BuzzDash's live polling forum provides people an easy way to gauge the pulse of the nation on anything, from issues of national interest, such as "Should the U.S. aspire to spread democracy in the world?", to personal interest, such as "Do you tip for takeout?"
"We all share an innate curiosity about how other people think - whether it's about major news issues of the day or just our every day life experiences," says David Gerken, founder and CEO, BuzzDash. "Now with GroupBuzz, we can bring this to the level of our own friends."
Users have complete control over which polls they reveal using GroupBuzz. GroupBuzz also features personal "buzzboards" on which friends can post notes to each other on any of the selected polls.
Once users add BuzzDash friends, they can then reveal to those friends their vote on any poll by simply clicking the "+GroupBuzz" button in that poll. Then, when friends visit the site, those polls are clearly highlighted and the user's vote is visible to those friends.
To get started and learn more about GroupBuzz, click here: GroupBuzz introduction or visit http://www.buzzdash.com and click the "GroupBuzz" link at the bottom of the directory on the left of the page.
Founded in 2006, BuzzDash is a community-driven website that provides a real-time dashboard of popular opinion on thousands of issues. Built upon individual polling modules called buzzbites(TM), BuzzDash provides a pulse of the nation on almost any topic - from news, politics and sports to relationships, philosophy and religion. With it, people can view, solicit and share opinions on any issue, as well as create custom buzzbites for posting to their personal websites, blogs or emails.