The fastest way to create stylish real-time experiences for events using mobile devices
Poll Everywhere replaces expensive proprietary audience response hardware with standard web technology. It’s the easiest way to gather live responses in any venue: conferences, presentations, classrooms, radio, tv, print — anywhere. And because it works internationally with texting, web, or Twitter, its simplicity and flexibility are earning rave reviews.
Our customers have found many creative ways to use Poll Everywhere – here’s a starter list:
- Audience choice awards
- Texting questions to expert panels
- Replace expensive clickers
- Green surveys at conferences
- Moderated TXT-to-screen graffiti
- Text feedback to a presenter
- Interactive signage
- Automated attendance tracking
- Anonymous polls for sensitive topics
- Brainstorming with 2000 people
- Market research Silent SMS auctions
- Training comprehension checks
- Outdoor SMS voting
- Grading in-class quizzes
- Political elections
|Free Plan||Free||For an audience of 40 people.|
|Personal Plan||$15/month||For an audience of 50 people.|
|Presenter Plan||$65/month||For an audience of 250 people.|
|Plenary Plan||$140/month||For an audience of 700 people.|
|Conference Plan||$375/month||For an audience of 2,500 people.|
|Platinum Plan||$1,400/month||For an audience of 20,000 people.|
This tool generally has a good idea and the live polling is good for occasional use, although I believe that it’s not practical under some circumstances. This is due to the fact that some people in the audience may not have internet access or cellular service. It’s not useful for valid results, but may be useful for connecting internationally for business purposes.
This site allows for instant polling and responses. It is a great classroom and presentation tool.
Free for teacher service that allows for anonymous polling of students using either a web server, twitter, or texting (smartphone not required). Teachers can preload multiple choice and open ended questions and personalize designs for the polls and the students enjoy using their phones for good and not just evil.