Microsoft’s Bing Pulse Audience Polling Service Goes Public

If you've been waiting to get your hands on MicrosoftEUs new polling data application, this is your lucky day. The company announced this week that it is opening up Bing Pulse 2.0, its experimental polling analytics technology, to anyone who wants to use it -- free of charge -- for part of its beta test.

EUBing Pulse 2.0 beta brings an easy-to-use, self-service version of this voting technology to event planners, producers and participants of any size gathering,EU Microsoft said. EUBing Pulse allows broadcasters, organizers and other organizations to enable the conversation and allow their viewers and customers to be heard.EU

Customizable Polling, Immediate Analytics

Released earlier this week, the beta version of the software features a dashboard for producers that allows them to set up, customize and control Pulses. That includes the ability to allow an audience to provide real-time feedback throughout the event, pushing poll questions to the audience at any time, and customizing the look-and-feel of a Pulse, including integration of social media handles or hashtags, to map back to their brands.

The producers can also immediately view results via representative graphics, and share these results in real-time by displaying them live on in-room or on-air screens, integrating them into video feeds, and embedding them on their Web sites. Alternatively, organizers may choose to analyze insights and share them later.

Participants can vote from their browsers on Web-enabled devices across various platforms. With a click, audiences can let speakers know if they agree or disagree, for example, with particular statements, as often as every five seconds. Voting is anonymous so participantsEU privacy is protected.

Getting a EUPulseEU

The analytics software has already been deployed by a variety of broadcasters and organizations to analyze massive real-time viewer polling and feedback. According to Microsoft, Pulse 2.0 has already been used to manage 35 million...

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Microsoft’s Bing Pulse Audience Polling Service Goes Public

If you've been waiting to get your hands on MicrosoftEUs new polling data application, this is your lucky day. The company announced this week that it is opening up Bing Pulse 2.0, its experimental polling analytics technology, to anyone who wants to use it -- free of charge -- for part of its beta test.

EUBing Pulse 2.0 beta brings an easy-to-use, self-service version of this voting technology to event planners, producers and participants of any size gathering,EU Microsoft said. EUBing Pulse allows broadcasters, organizers and other organizations to enable the conversation and allow their viewers and customers to be heard.EU

Customizable Polling, Immediate Analytics

Released earlier this week, the beta version of the software features a dashboard for producers that allows them to set up, customize and control Pulses. That includes the ability to allow an audience to provide real-time feedback throughout the event, pushing poll questions to the audience at any time, and customizing the look-and-feel of a Pulse, including integration of social media handles or hashtags, to map back to their brands.

The producers can also immediately view results via representative graphics, and share these results in real-time by displaying them live on in-room or on-air screens, integrating them into video feeds, and embedding them on their Web sites. Alternatively, organizers may choose to analyze insights and share them later.

Participants can vote from their browsers on Web-enabled devices across various platforms. With a click, audiences can let speakers know if they agree or disagree, for example, with particular statements, as often as every five seconds. Voting is anonymous so participantsEU privacy is protected.

Getting a EUPulseEU

The analytics software has already been deployed by a variety of broadcasters and organizations to analyze massive real-time viewer polling and feedback. According to Microsoft, Pulse 2.0 has already been used to manage 35 million...

Comments are closed.