New Social Media Polling Site

Enforte Group, a creative social marketing firm, announced the launch of RightorWrong.com, an innovative polling and social networking platform.  Right orWrong.com allows users to participate in ongoing polls on a variety of issues by casting a “right” or “wrong” vote. Users are also invited to submit their own polls to gauge their peers’ opinions.

RightorWrong.com features polls on a selection of timely topics from politics to pop culture to questions of ethics and morality. Results of the polls are clearly marked, allowing users to not only get the pulse of other users on any given topic, but to affect those results by rallying support for issues they care about.

RightorWrong.com offers a feature rich, scalable technology that is friendly for end users and easily integratable for site owners. It is an interactive platform designed to give users of all ages and backgrounds a voice on important public issues and other less controversial topics.

“We want to give users a fun and creative way of making a stand in this age of multi-channel information overload,” said Gadi Binness, CEO and Founder of RightorWrong.com. “Instead of simply shaking their heads and complaining about the news, users will have a chance to let the world know what they think and hopefully make a difference.”

Usage of the RightorWrong.com platform is free of charge for consumers, while site owners will be charged a small fee to integrate it into their sites as soon as RightorWrong.com completes it’s Beta testing. Currently, RightorWrong.com is offered free of charge to both consumers and webmasters.

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