ANN ARBOR, MI--(Marketwire - Sep 19, 2012) - There's beauty and utility in simplicity. Do you like the restaurant, or candidate, or movie or concept, or not -- Is it a Go, or No Go? That kind of question cuts to the heart of what most people need to know and want to ask.
The quick-and-easy polling site GoNG (www.getgong.com) lets you ask -- and answer -- in just that way, without the clutter of comments, multiple choices, and lengthy registration. Create your Go or No Go poll in a few seconds, and answer questions in even less time.
GoNG recently launched, and people are already using it to ask or find out whether others like or don't like (i.e., Go or No Go) Obamacare, Mitt Romney, gambling, marijuana, people, celebrities, products, ideas, establishments, and lots of other topics. Use GoNG and find out which way people swing -- and weigh in with a vote.
A couple of clicks let you ask about nearly anything -- like gun control, the economy, the iPhone 5 or fracking. If you care about what a certain population thinks, send them the link and/or share your poll on Twitter or Facebook -- and get other input in the process.
"GoNG is fun and useful for anyone -- and organizations are starting to use it to test the waters on issues and causes. They love the utter simplicity, which is our goal," said GoNG founder Loren Portnow.
For additional information or a discussion with Loren Portnow, please contact Katarina Wenk-Bodenmiller of Sommerfield Communications, Inc. at (212) 255-8386 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
ABOUT GoNG (www.getgong.com)
GoNG polls let users immediately express their opinion on whether it's a Go or No Go. Users can tell their friends and the world how they feel. The site allows users to create their own unique GoNG polls and see the opinions of others. Get going -- get GoNG at www.getgong.com.