AskEachOther is a social network of sorts. Based on voting and interaction, users can find out what others think about a variety of topics. The basic premise is that there is an enormous pool of people to offer opinions by voting. This is used for fun.Show more screenshots »
The application is new and no information regarding history or traffic statistics is available.
The goal of the app is to provide a way to poll a huge number of people on any topic a user chooses to post.
The first impression of AskEachOther is one of overwhelmed confusion. There is prevalent advertising in the banner and the sidebar and the central image changes in a continuous loop. When clicking on the box to ask a question, pop up ads took over the page. This also happened during the signup process. Basically, whenever a user clicks on an area to enter information, a popup ad invades.
Users may create a profile, adding age, location, and a photo. To add a question, it may be typed in, tagged, categorized, and then choices added. Questions are posted immediately and may be shared via email, Facebook, and Twitter.
While it is easy to post questions, the prevalence of advertising on each page and popup ads make this site very unappealing.
A username, email address, and password are needed. Once provided, the user is registered and logged in.
There are no costs associated with AskEachOther.
People interested in the results of mass polling on topics may find this site interesting, but with the intrusive advertising, it is not recommended.