lets you create short-run polls and lists. Simply log in and authorise Twitter to work with the app, and then you can ask your followers quick questions. Create a poll with at least two options or a list for people to contribute to. Your followers will get a limited amount of time to answer, and then the poll will close. You can limit to a minimum of 90 seconds, or a maximum of 5 minutes.
with Pollcode.com which is a simple to use ONE question poll, with up to 30 possible answers. You don't have to register to use it either. It gives you HTML code to embed onto your site, or you can add it to various social media sites as well. I've done a quick example below - please do feel free to give it a click!
The link is also at: http://poll.pollcode.com/nmk34i
Get a free poll for your website - Vorbeo.com.
To get started, simply type in a poll question and up to 20 possible
answers. You can then customize your poll by selecting the color scheme
and the size in pixels. When you're finished we'll provide you an HTML
code to paste into your website.
are completely FREE! You can:
* Create: online polls for your friends, students, website or customers
* Customize your poll look and feel
* Share: your polls on your website, blog or social network
* Analyze: your poll results to find answers or just plain fun!
You can embed the poll in a variety of different ways, and alert friends to it via a number of social networks. Here's one that I created - I am actually interested in the result, so please do answer it if you have the time!
Quizible. This allows you to create a picture based quiz. Not entirely sure about it, since I couldn't seem to get the answers at all, and one of the links didn't work, but may be fun to try out.
Edit to add: OK, I tried this out. Absolute pants. Or, if you're not familiar with the phrase - total rubbish should get you there. You can't follow a link on the home page to see what quizzes are available which doesn't help much. When you do get into a quiz, you have to be 100% right with your answer with no variation from what the creator of the quiz wrote so if you type in 'Picard' as your answer it could well be marked as wrong - it's got to be Jean Luc Picard. So there's no option to provide slightly different answers which is really poor. Finally I wanted to create my own quiz, clicked on the 'create a quiz' only to be told that I wasn't authorised to view the page! Dumped - I don't even advise taking a look, it's that poor.