Microsoft announced that it is making its Bing Pulse polling platform available to the public today. Used mostly by news outlets in the past to gather real-time polling data from select groups, the Pulse 2.0 beta will see it extend its polling features to organizations and broadcasters on a wider basis.
Though it may not be readily obvious, Bing Pulse has already gained quite a bit of traction with various broadcasters and organizations. According to Bing:
Bing Pulse 2.0 will now be available to a more public base, with Microsoft saying that it will be free for an undisclosed portion of the beta. According to Bing's blog post, this is sure to be a boon to anyone looking to gather valuable data from their audience:
Source: Bing Blog
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