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Web Services LLC Announces Private Label Voting Platform ProVote(February 26, 2013)
(PRWEB) February 26, 2013
Designed specifically for local television stations, ProVote is a turnkey product which creates a business directory on the TV station's web & mobile properties. Viewers vote for their favorite businesses in a variety of categories. The newest version of ProVote features a redesign for all devices, sponsorship potential for the station sales team, and mobile apps custom built for iPhone and Android.
ProVote handles business data, registering voters, tallying all votes, and keeping the campaign legitimate. It includes branding for the station's sponsor, drip email marketing, support services, hosting and data management, and analytics. ProVote is licensed with DMA exclusivity. It is accompanied by superior ongoing consulting to maximize year-round residual traffic to the stations' web and mobile sites.
The number of pageviews increase exponentially when stations put ProVote into place, said John Lewis, President of Web Services, LLC. He added, It allows TV stations to engage with audiences and business owners, cultivating new relationships with a pool of potential advertisers.
Current ProVote clients include stations for Post-Newsweek Stations and NBC Universal. Through March 10, a live campaign for WPLG Miami may be viewed at http://vote.local10.com
About Web Services LLC
ProVote Software (http://www.provotesoftware.com) is managed by Web Services LLC, a mobile and web solutions company based in South Florida. Specializing in custom mobile and web applications, Web Services, LLC works with television stations, advertising agencies across the country.
For more information, contact Brent James at brent(at)webservices(dot)us(dot)com or (954) 839-8612.
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