SodaHead's robust polling platform enables broadcasters, digital publishers and advertisers to quickly engage their target audience across multiple platforms, creating a dynamic and compelling television, web, social, and second-screen polling experience.
Users interact with polls via web, mobile, TV and social touch points. All votes are rolled up into one unified results set, complete with rich demographic data and accompanied by custom reporting tools.
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Site integration is easy using SodaHead's back-end polling technology, with options to create unique user interface or leverage SodaHead's customizable poll widget.
Bridge the gap; your viewers are already watching TV with their laptops, tablets and mobile devices at hand. Amplify your ratings with instant audience answers and feedback with polls "on the fly."
Seamlessly integrate and enhance your mobile app with SodaHead polls. Create unique polling experiences that allow for real-time audience participation, from the convenience of a mobile device.
SodaHead's social polling provides marketers with the industry’s leading polling platform for publishing and sharing content, as well as immediate user engagement, and quick opinion collection on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest and others.
Publish polls across multiple properties and platforms.
SodaHead's fully customizable polling content management system is the ultimate framework for creating, publishing, managing, and analyzing opinion polls.
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SodaHead teamed up with ESPN to support the entirety of their its digital polling strategy. SodaHead was also able to implement polling solutions for SportsNation, College Football Live, X Games and #Redes.
The Los Angeles Times approached SodaHead to develop a major custom polling interface and poll widget, connecting users to the top trending stories of the day across its digital platform.
Fox News worked with SodaHead to re-energize their polling initiatives across FoxNews.com. Projects included development of custom APIs and mapping integration.
The NBA's Orlando Magic and SodaHead created a ranking application for Magic fans to vote on the team's new dance squad.
Telepictures called upon SodaHead to support ts social polling initiatives across several media properties, including Anderson Live and Let's Ask America.
SodaHead worked with ABC News/Good Morning America to develop a multitude of polling products, including Facebook polls, mobile polling integration, and custom web polls.
Don't reinvent the wheel -- SodaHead has already built the most advanced and powerful voting architecture around.
Create a custom polling experience, designed uniquely for your users, with SodaHead support standing by. SodaHead's polling API goes anywhere you want, be it web, mobile, or Facebook. Users of SodaHead's APIs will be able to perform functions, like:
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Measure and understand audience voting engagement and trends with SodaHead Metrics.
We neatly aggregate and organize result sets into digestible chunks of data, as votes pour in from web, mobile, TV and social platforms.
Demographic data is captured on all poll results including:
Demographic data obtained from multiple sources including non PII audience extension tracking data from Lotame, the leader in audience intelligence data.
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SodaHead is the premier opinion-based community where visitors discover, debate, and discuss today's hottest issues. With 6-10 million monthly visits, SodaHead users share their unique views on breaking news, hot topics and controversial issues and a diverse panel of staff writers provide original and exclusive content daily.
With that many angles, the discussions on SodaHead will open your eyes to a panoramic view of your world that you won't get anywhere else, allowing you to see the big picture and discuss it.
Mingle with SodaHeads who share your opinions and interests, or agree to disagree with those who don't. Whether you're looking to connect or clash, share knowledge or get enlightened, you'll discover new views and perspectives everyday from the friendly SodaHead community.
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From tech gurus to successful media veterans, SodaHead's diverse and highly skilled team offers years of professional experience, with just the right amount of unique vision to offer a fresh perspective to any company.
One thing we all have in common, is that we’re passionate about delivering large-scaled engagement solutions, benefiting media companies and brand with their millions of users.
A veteran of the digital media industry, Chris has guided SodaHead to become the best-of-breed, real-time polling technology vendor for world class media companies. Chris has been a digital media entrepreneur since founding his first Internet company in 1995.
Prior to joining SodaHead, Chris was Senior Vice President of Business Development at MTV Networks Entertainment Group (Viacom) specializing in digital video initiatives (IFILM). Chris was a member of the senior management team at IFILM Corporation that completed the acquisition by Viacom Inc. in October of 2005.
Earlier, Chris was co-founder and President of Stockpoint, Inc. an ASP financial technology company from 1995-2001. Chris completed a M&A transaction with ScreamingMedia (NASDAQ: SCRM), and subsequently served as Executive Vice President at ScreamingMedia through May 2002. The company was acquired by CBS Marketwatch in 2002 and then eventually sold to Dow Jones. Prior to Stockpoint, he worked in the publishing business and held positions at Cosmopolitan Magazine, The Daily Telegraph, and Research Magazine.
Jason has three decades of leadership in interactive entertainment and online advertising. Jason eats, drinks, breathes and dreams of exciting ways to bridge the gap between great content and public opinion... starting with polls.
Just before founding SodaHead, Jason was the Vice President of Operations and served on the executive committee of MySpace. Jason was instrumental in launching MySpace in 2003 and helped to grow its membership to 100 million users, and even transitioned its operations through the acquisition by News Corp. Jason oversaw the day-to-day and strategic execution of advertising, revenue reporting, policy enforcement and government relations.
In 1999, Jason joined his first dot-com start-up, Creative Planet where he led the technology efforts of two dozen Web sites to generate advertising revenue from a loyal readership of several hundred thousand film and television professionals. Prior to his career in dot-com start-ups, Jason worked in the video game industry at Activision and Davidson & Associates and independent filmmaking.
Jason is a native of Los Angeles. He graduated from the University of Southern California’s School of Cinematic Arts with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 1993.
Michael Kalas is a technology leader who’s responsible for advocating and managing both a sophisticated and agile team, as well as software. As an early member to the SodaHead engineering team, Michael Kalas has been at the forefront of what can make or break a successful company. While primarily engaged with the engineering team, Michael was also very influential in product development, advertising and marketing, and as a visionary in positioning SodaHead as a front-runner in its respective industry.
Michael has an excellent knowledge for building scalable, distributed architecture, while deploying primarily all open-source technologies. He keeps abreast all of the latest, web technologies, so his team can use the best tools for their jobs -- building high-transaction and high-availability applications. Michael has personally been responsible for analysis, design, and deployment of complex systems to bring SodaHead to market.
Michael is a proponent of developers who are involved at all levels of their software stack, which involves a responsibility in growing developers. As well, he is an advocate of the DevOps movement, as an extension to the engineering team being involved throughout the entire lifecycle of software development. Finally, rounding out a products lifecycle would not be possible without influencing product direction, which his engineers are also encouraged to take part of.
With a history of entrepreneurship and of driving innovation, Michael Rosen executes and delivers technical product solutions for SodaHead. He maintains critical key partnerships that play a pivotal role in the growth of a market-leading, globally successful technology platform and opinion community site, to achieve 10+ million monthly unique users.
Working largely with leading media publishers like ESPN, L.A. Times, Telepictures, ABC News and Good Morning America, Michael manages product requests, requirement gathering, project flow, product testing, product documentation and partner training. Working alongside highly skilled product, design and development teams, Michael drives products focused heavily on delivering a superior experience to SodaHead.com users and publisher tools that make large-scale poll management accessible and valuable.
Prior to SodaHead, Michael co-founded a digital consulting business, focused largely on fulfilling the digital needs of small businesses and non-profit organizations. He also developed and marketed several turnkey web products, that he successfully sold within weeks of release.
Michael Rosen is a native of Los Angeles. He graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles with a Bachelor of Arts in 2002.
Graduating from the University of Southern California with a Master's degree in Journalism, Adriana works as the Editorial Director for SodaHead.com. Managing content from a team of freelance writers, media partners and staff on a daily basis, Adriana oversees all editorial content and sets the overall editorial tone on the website. She also manages all of SodaHead's social media outreach -- including Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Tumblr and Pinterest -- and sends out a daily newsletter to SodaHead users.
Adriana is integral in crafting and maintaining the voice of SodaHead, from a front-end perspective. Keeping in mind the personality of SodaHead users and the branding of the multiple media partners she works with, Adriana is able to preserve both voices harmoniously on the site, in turn enhancing the SodaHead experience for anyone who stumbles upon the site.
Prior to SodaHead, Adriana has also worked with popular publications like "Los Angeles Magazine" and “Time Out Hong Kong." In addition to her Master’s degree in Journalism, Adriana also has a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and Political Science from Loyola Marymount University.