Quibblo: Reviewing a Poll Site

This review has been sponsored by Quibblo.

Before I sat down to review Quibblo I decided to take the site for a little test drive to see what they were all about. Quibblo is a fairly new site that lets you set up polls, surveys and quizzes and publish them to your MySpace or Facebook page (or any other web page for that matter). I’ve used a couple of survey sites here before so I figured I would check it out and see how it does.

Sign up is certainly a snap. You enter your info as well as some captcha text, which I got on the second try. I hate captchas but sometimes they are necessary. I may even be re-implementing them here again pretty soon as I am getting tired of the comment spam. Anyway, after that they send you a confirmation email where you click the link. Pretty standard stuff. After that you have to enter your real name, birth date, and where you live.

Before creating a quiz I figured I would take a look around. You can find existing quizzes by searching, getting a random pick, browsing all of them, or by tag. They have a little tag cloud with the popular keywords on the main page. They also list the most popular quizzes there as well. Here’s a pic of the main page.

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OK, time to create a quiz. Actually after looking through the popular quizzes I decided to snag one of the existing ones. There are options to publish these to your site as well. They have code that includes Javascript, plain old html (for non-myspace), HTML for MySpace sites, and just the link. And since it fits in quite well with my site and the posts I have been putting up over at Eric’s site while he is overseas, I decided to use “Am I going to Hell?

The site also lets you customize the style, so if that is working it should fit right into the theme of my site. I didn’t bother looking up the exact color codes from my style sheet, so they may be off slightly. Over all I like the site so far. The quizzes are certainly much more customizable than previous ones that I have used where I hoped that the widgets would fit into my site design. Most likely I will be using Quibblo.com again.

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  • This is horrible. I don’t think people like Justin can be cured. The best thing to do is put him down.

  • i am from hanover and live just a few minutes away and it is terrifying that this could happen in a place like this. it makes me sick to my stomach. its times like these i wish we had the death penalty in massachusetts

  • I know justin and have 4 years and its such a sham he could ever do somthing like that excpesily because his father raped for so many years and droped out of school in 7th grade because he was beat and raped so bad and people can hate me for what im bout 2 say but i do believe that if is father had never done that he would have never had done that

  • Im going into the 8th grade this year and i babysit kids that are 6 and 7 so if i was the judge his punishment would be to have his ding-a-ling cut off!!!!

  • its over…. the guys in lockup…. are gonna have a ball with him…and rightfully so….26…. what a loser… that shit is scary…. i thought most sickos were 35+….but 26…. god i’m getting goosebumps… then he had kids as well….right…. he’s through….

  • unknown guy…. july 15….. has a good point….its heart wrenching that we r even talking about this…..personally, i was physically abused a child…never got sexual…. i can’t imagine the demons in Justin’s head…. its impossible to fight off your father…. this case almost breaks me down…definitely breaks my spirits, and he didn’t go all the way….thank god……its terrible…..sick…how could u do that to your son….a boy u r suppose to raise to be a man…. crazy…. crazy

  • He is a piece of crap. He is a demon disguised as a human and there are too many bleeding hearts who are going to make excuses for him. Children are innocent and helpless, its our job to protect them.

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