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Date Submitted Tue. Oct. 5th, 2010 4:55 PM
Revision 1
Beginner aadithyas
Tags message | of | polling | Text | uses | voting
Comments 0 comments
oday you know that how text message voting is how effective form of marketing your products, brands and events, it is the only best popular form of knowing audience response of public opinion. You have seen the result of this service in American Idol, Newscast on radio, television, sports events and other popular reality shows and programs that offer to vote or poll using short code number to your favorite options.

All popular Realty Shows, Radio stations use text message voting/Polling to engage their audience in their program or shows. Create a innovative contest for your audience to know how people interested in your product. Some Radio stations regulate contest to win prize or gifts over right answers of question and they generate huge listeners of their Programs.

Who uses Text Message Polling/ Voting Everywhere?

Today all top organization such as Google, Oracle, Microsoft, McDonalds, US Census, IBM, popular universities, colleges, restaurants, Real Estate Organizations etc. Txtvoting has remarkable image over the globe because of its cost effective tool to start your campaigns. We provide interactive, spam free text message voting campaigns to your audience that allow huge traffic to your business.

How do people use it?

Some of the great list of using polling to interact with your audiences:

* Audience Response Award
* Moderated text to screen graffiti
* Interactive signage
* Texting questions to expert panels
* Green surveys at conferences
* Silent SMS auctions
* Outdoor SMS voting
* Anonymous polls for sensitive topics
* Market Research
* Text feedback to a presenter
* Tradeshow sales leads
* Brainstorming with 2000 people
* Training comprehension checks

Txtvoting has offered interactive, innovative and customized text message voting/polling software which you can use it for your products, events and brand promotions. Due to this feature Txtvoting is different from other audience response system over the globe.
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Date Submitted Sun. Apr. 29th, 2007 4:42 PM
Revision 1
Helper Nico
Tags API | Class | message | PHP | Send | SMS
Comments 15 comments
This PHP class allows you to send SMS to almost every country directly from your website. All you need is an account on www.tm4b.com and PHP 5.

Also required is either cURL or allow_url_fopen enabled in php.ini
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Date Submitted Thu. Oct. 26th, 2006 6:59 PM
Revision 1
Helper brendo
Tags forms | JavaScript | message | textarea
Comments 3 comments
This snippet also you to limit the input in a form field to a specified number of characters. It displays a counter so users can see how many characters they have left, and once they reach the limit the field just trims the length to your limit.

The following is a snippet from what I used when I implemented a tagboard to my site. Further revisions could/should read the LIMIT from the maxlength attribute
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Date Submitted Tue. Oct. 24th, 2006 8:02 AM
Revision 1
Helper bright
Tags Delphi | message
Comments 2 comments
This snippet shows how to properly implement a message dialog (messagedlg) to confirm some action or event with Delphi.
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Date Submitted Tue. Oct. 10th, 2006 12:39 PM
Revision 1
Beginner robert
Tags blurb | Email | Gmail | message | regex
Comments 1 comments
This perl subroutine uses the CPAN module Mail::Webmail::Gmail to iterate through a Gmail account searching for a particular string. If a match is found, the sender's name along with his/her email address, the subject, and the "blurb" is printed to standard out. Also, all messages found will be archived automatically within Gmail to clear the message from the inbox folder. The subroutine returns the number of messages found back to the calling environment.

Sample invocation: check_email(username, password);

By default, the subroutine will use encryption to connect to Gmail however, by setting encrypt_session to '0' will disable encryption.