Opinion Stage Releases Poll Optimized Dashboard

January 16, 2014

5:10 pm

The global, social opinion platform, Opinion Stage, today announced the release of an exclusive dashboard that allows users to optimize their online poll usage based on performance metrics that matter to them. Every aspect of poll usage is measured, but now it can be presented in a succinct manner.

Opinion Stage has been around since 2012, is based in Tel-Aviv, and they have worked to disrupt how thousands of worldwide web publishers extract value from polling solutions. This new dashboard is designed to specifically help those publishers improve their bottom line business metrics, increase engagement, and monetize traffic.

The platform first tracks the values the polls provide to the publisher including voting engagement, social sharing level, traffic increase, and data depth. It then displays the results in graph form, displaying number of votes, page views, percentage of votes shared socially, and voting percentages.

Opinion Stage’s new platform also profiles and compares the results of the poll to their large poll database they have accrued over time. From there users get tools and recommendations for improving their metrics; the goal is to help poll publishers get the most value from their polls.

“Opinion Stage is working with thousands of sites worldwide in creating a new polling experience that maximizes the value publishers get from deploying a polling solution on their site,” says Asaaf Parag, CEO of Opinion Stage. “Based on its expanding publisher network, Opinion Stage aims to become the largest opinion network on the web.”





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