HackerNoon Launches Onsite Polls and Tech Company News Reports
HackerNoon has begun to roll out technology polls to its users alongside a weekly newsletter to inform readers about the latest developments surrounding tech companies.
EDWARDS, Colo., October 14, 2022 (Newswire.com) - HackerNoon has launched weekly polls on its website to increase user interaction and provide valuable data to the online community. Each poll quizzes users on their opinions regarding the current state of technology, from regulation in the cryptocurrency industry to video game console wars. The polls will change weekly and can be found near the top of the HackerNoon homepage. Data from previous polls are archived for anyone who might have missed them.
For writers: Anyone is welcome to use the data from the company's polls as statistics in their articles. All HackerNoon asks is that users link to the poll as the source of the data, such as this poll that shows 49% of technologists prefer a 100% remote work setup.
HackerNoon writes, "We are constantly working on making the site not only just a publishing website but also a community...we are doing more to contribute towards that goal." In a news post about this feature, the company suggests that users comment their thoughts and suggestions on the polling system. These polls are meant to let users interact with the website more personally, allowing them to share their opinions and understand the thoughts of other readers.
Tech Company News Briefs
In addition to these polls, HackerNoon has begun to release weekly Tech Company News Briefs. These briefs make use of original tech company rankings data collected by HackerNoon. These rankings show which companies are currently trending in the public eye and the news brief explains why.
"Find out which companies are making the biggest waves," HackerNoon writes, "and learn more about the tech world surrounding you."
Users can subscribe to the newsletter and view daily changes in data related to it for themselves. Those who wish to have their tech company or startup listed on HackerNoon's Tech Company Rankings page, can fill out their request form.
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