Back in early 2011, Ben Schaechter, Sam Grossberg and Paul Kompfner launched GoPollGo to address a perceived deficiency in analytics, geographical info and social integrations from the Web’s go-to polling platforms. Six-months later, with a round of seed funding in tow , the startup decided to re-focus on Twitter — on providing everyday users with the ability to more easily poll their users and drill down into realtime analytics, not unlike WayIn . Today, GoPollGo offers open graph integration, allows users to embed multimedia within their polls, embed polls on any website and recently launched an app for iOS to offer a more synchronized user experience across platforms. Since launching, the startup has begun working with big media properties like ABC and Yahoo to allow them to offer realtime polling and audience analysis, powering ABC news’ realtime Q&A polling for the Presidential debates, for example .
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