(PRWEB) August 29, 2013
In the past twelve months Tellwut’s online survey and paid survey site has enjoyed over 40 million page views by almost 700,000 unique visitors. Almost 700,000 people have come to participate in Tellwut to “tell wut you think” or see what other people think providing for instant crowdsourcing of opinions.
Tellwut launched its online survey and crowdsourcing site in early 2012 and over the last twelve months has experienced phenomenal uptake from members and the general public as page views climbed to over 40 million. Tellwut is the place to go to “tellwut you think” be it a member who wants to settle a family discussion or privately canvass family members on anything from planning for a family reunion to determining whether their family is open to turducken versus turkey for thanksgiving. Businesses and organizations can do quick crowdsourcing on general reaction to events in the news, public reaction to potential new products or services or understanding what factors may be important when making a decision such as looking for a real estate agent. “I am always amazed with the thought provoking surveys our members come up with and exciting business applications be it private business surveys which build customer loyalty to crowdsourced reaction to an idea, product or service. Tellwut members are very engaged; spending a lot of time every day on the site. We get numerous comments on how the site is entertaining and also informative. People say that they discuss issues raised on our site at the dinner table and enjoy hearing other people’s perspectives. This leads to awesome business application opportunities.” said President Judy Morson.
It is interesting how people or companies can experience negative trial by social media as those with a particular view jump on the band wagon on an issue, yet when conducting an online survey on a topic, one seems to get a much more balanced view. Case in point is Paula Deen being crucified by social media, yet a general population vote on Tellwut found a much more accommodating view point, with 53% feeling that Paula Deen should be forgiven for her racial slurs. Similarly, Obama’s compliment to Kamala Harris attorney general received quite the backlash from those who felt the comment was sexist yet 72% of people said they would appreciate receiving a compliment from a superior.
Those wanting market research support for a thesis or wanting to promote a product or contest can leverage Tellwut’s fast crowdsourcing mechanism through easy to setup online surveys. Alternatively, if you have a friend or family dispute you want settled, Tellwut provides the perfect online survey tool application. Watch the results and comments roll in real-time. It’s fun, fast, entertaining and educational and can help leverage your business or organization to new levels.
Tellwut is a North American community of individuals dedicated to expressing their opinions through online surveys based upon a wide variety of topics in exchange for rewards and the Tellwut community experience. The Tellwut community and proprietary online survey and reward software application provide a business survey tool platform for organizations to send surveys to their stakeholders or to crowdsource and conduct online market research through the use of the Tellwut survey platform and the Tellwut Community; thus allowing businesses a clearer understanding and insight into their products or services, customer attitudes and potential business