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Sunday, May 3, 2009

About "Getting Out the Vote"

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A Sample .tel Voting Interface (click on image to enlarge)
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We are a company that offers for lease various .tel voting and polling interfaces/platforms for long- or short-term projects.

We offer intuitive generic voting/polling .tel terms for quick projects, such as political, issue, and entertainment polling. In addition, the amazing .tel interface is fast-loading on internet-enabled mobile phones and web pages.

You provide short profile text (255 characters or fewer), keywords, telephone numbers, 1-800 and 1-900 numbers, shortcodes, and website links to actual voting sites; we provide quick access to a simple portal, for example:

VoteNOW.tel

Fave.tel
We input all your information for you.

We do NOT offer the following services:

--Developing text for polls (in the future, we may add such a service)

--Telephone or shortcode infrastructure

--Telephone or shortcode numbers

--Website development for your on-line voting platform
We offer one service only: a simple portal with a generic/intuitive voting or polling interface.

For more information, contact us.
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Separate Voting Platforms: Vote YES or YES Vote; Vote NO or NO Vote; Not Sure or Unsure; No Opinion; None of the Above or None

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In your telephone, mobile, texting, and/or online voting platform, are you seeking separate sites for each viewpoint? If so, you can lease them here.

See some sample platforms:

VoteYES.tel or YESvote.tel

VoteNO.tel or NOvote.tel

NotSure.tel (or Unsure.tel)

NoOpinion.tel

NoneOfTheAbove.tel (or None.tel)
All of the above terms are common polling terms, easy for people to remember.

When you might use separate voting platforms for one issue:

1. When you offer several options for each viewpoint, such as sms (texting), mobile voice options, and narrative online comments. Offering separate sites avoids the need for sub-folders (and yet another step for your voter, who might simply give up at this point).

2. When you offer your poll options on a print ad or web page, where users will have access to the options for as long as they wish.

3. When you are emphasizing narrative opinions over simple "Yes" and "No" responses.
Using separate sites for each response may NOT be a good idea for 15- or 30-second TV spots, where sites will be quickly flashed on a TV screen, or radio spots. In those cases, one site with voting options on the main page would be your best choice:
See VoteNOW.tel and Vote-Now.tel
For other platforms, click here.
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Separate Voting Platforms: For; Against; Not Sure or Unsure; No Opinion; and None of the Above or None

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In your telephone, mobile, texting, and/or online voting platform, are you seeking separate sites for each issue-based viewpoint? If so, you can lease them here.

See some sample platforms:

For.tel

Against.tel

NotSure.tel (or Unsure.tel)

NoOpinion.tel

NoneOfTheAbove.tel (or None.tel)
All of the above terms are common polling terms, easy for people to remember.

When you might use separate voting platforms for one issue:

1. When you offer several options for each viewpoint, such as sms (texting), mobile voice options, and narrative online comments. Offering separate sites avoids the need for sub-folders (and yet another step for your voter, who might simply give up at this point).

2. When you offer your poll options on a print ad or web page, where users will have access to the options for as long as they wish.

3. When you are emphasizing narrative opinions over simple "Yes" and "No" responses.
Using separate sites for each response may NOT be a good idea for 15- or 30-second TV spots, where sites will be quickly flashed on a TV screen, or radio spots. In those cases, one site with voting options on the main page would be your best choice:
See VoteNOW.tel and Vote-Now.tel
For other platforms, click here.
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Friday, May 1, 2009

For Lease: Available Voting and Polling .tel Domains

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Click on Photo for Larger View
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The links to the .tel platforms are examples of how these voting/polling platforms can be used for your projects.

This page is still under construction, so some links lead to sites not yet developed into sample platforms.
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A-One.tel -- A-One

Against.tel -- Against

AOne.tel -- A One

CommentOnline.tel -- Comment Online

FanPoll.tel -- Fan Poll

Fave.tel -- Fave

For.tel -- For

ForAgainst.tel -- For Against

ForAndAgainst.tel -- For and Against

ForOrAgainst.tel -- For or Against

GetOutTheVote.tel -- Get Out the Vote

GoFor.tel -- Go For

GoOnline.tel -- Go Online

GoVote.tel -- Go Vote

IGoTo.tel -- I Go To or I Goto

IMAO.tel -- IMAO (In My Arrogant Opinion)

LeaveMessage.tel -- Leave Message

MyFav.tel -- My Fav

MyFave.tel -- My Fave

MyPoll.tel -- My Poll

MyPOV.tel -- My POV

MyView.tel -- My View

NoOpinion.tel -- No Opinion

NoVote.tel -- No Vote

None.tel -- None

NoneOfTheAbove.tel -- None Of The Above

NotSure.tel -- Not Sure

OnlinePoll.tel -- Online Poll

OnlinePolls.tel -- Online Polls

OnlineVote.tel -- Online Vote

OurPoll.tel -- Our Poll

Polls.tel -- Polls

ProAndCon.tel -- Pro and Con

ProCon.tel -- Pro Con

ProOrCon.tel -- Pro or Con

ProsAndCons.tel -- Pros and Cons

Toob.tel -- Toob

Unsure.tel -- Unsure

V-te.tel -- v-te

Vote-NOW.tel -- Vote-NOW

VoteNO.tel -- Vote NO

VoteNOW.tel -- Vote NOW

VoteYES.tel -- Vote YES

Voted.tel -- Voted

YesVote.tel -- Yes Vote

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For more information, contact us.
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Tuesday, March 31, 2009

ENTERTAINMENT: Fave.tel (Fave)

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The versatile .tel address can be accessed via the internet and mobile phone.

"Fave" is a word that one associates with popular culture, usually a favorite pop star or actor. Fave.tel is a perfect platform that offers a one-stop voting mobile-compliant website for a TV show: national, regional, or local.

Whenever you need to set up a quick mobile-compliant voting site for a short-term entertainment project (and you already have your phone lines and websites in place), renting Fave.tel can offer you a low-cost alternative to expensive shortcodes and boutique 1-800 and 1-900 numbers.

No more dialing 1-800-MyFaves and clicking "1" for contestant #1, "2" for contestant #2, etc.

In short, on an electronic .tel card, you can use any phone number because your voters need not memorize anything, just click on their fave contestant. Their votes are automatically tallied according to your specifications.

"Fave" is easy to remember and short, which is important if you plan to flash the .tel access across a TV screen.

Possible scenario:

[Voiceover]


To vote for your favorite contestant by mobile, go to
[Flashed on TV screen]

Fave.tel

[When user goes to the site via mobile phone, sees]


Vote for your FAVE contestant on America's favorite "TV Show"!

Clicking on a contestant's name will tally your vote; air time and applicable roaming and long distance charges will apply.

No charge for voting online (scroll to the bottom).

[And two (or more choices) choices]
1 Sparks

2 Sanjaya

3 Swift

4 Clarkson

5 Smith

6 Studdard

7 Doe

8 Spock

9 Dr House

10 Cowell
[When the voter clicks on a choice, he/she has dialed an actual phone number, and will be connected to automated voting system via phone].

[Voiceover]


To vote online:
[Flashed on screen]

Fave.tel (scroll to the bottom)

[website link takes voter to your website]

[It doesn't matter how long the actual URLs are, either, because online voters will click directly on the site/subdomain that will cast their vote.]

[To recap, the TV screen will simply flash]

Fave.tel

[While the voiceover repeats Fave.tel.]


Fave.tel is not just limited to TV show voting, but can also be used for quick marketing polls to gauge consumer interest in upcoming events, new songs, TV shows, goods, and services.

See Fave.tel live!