SodaHead.com

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SodaHead, Inc.
SodaHead Logo small.png
Type Private
Founded March, 2007
Headquarters Encino, California, United States/Canda
Area served Worldwide
Key people Jason Feffer, Co-Founder
Chris Dominguez, President and CEO
Michael Rosen, Director of Business Development
Industry Social Network Service
Employees 25
Slogan(s) Opinions... Everybody's Got One.
Website SodaHead.com
Alexa rank negative increase 7,003 (April 2014)[1]
Advertising Google, AdSense
Registration Optional
(required to upload and comment on content)
Available in English
Current status Active

SodaHead Inc., is a provider of polling technology for media companies. The company is headquartered in Sherman Oaks, California. It is privately held; investors include Mohr Davidow Ventures, Mission Ventures, the Tech Coast Angels, and Ron Conway.[2]

SodaHead.com is an opinion-based discussion community with staff-written opinion essays and interactive features including slide shows, groups, and message boards. Quantcast reports Sodahead has 3.8 million unique U.S. monthly visitors and 6.9 million globally,[3] and ranks it among the top 110 networks in the US with 19 million unique network visits per month.[4]

Polling Technology[edit]

SodaHead Inc., provides polling technology for media companies including ESPN, ABC News, Good Morning America, LA Times and Warner Brothers Television. Its "Pollware", launched in 2013, is a custom ad-supported polling technology that runs on third-party sites.[5][6] Publishers generate advertising revenue by displaying the polls on their sites. SodaHead’s Pollware partners include Maxim, LakersNation, DodgersNation, Ranker, The Christian Post, and HNGN.

Website[edit]

On SodaHead.com, people can ask questions, post breaking news of the day, and share opinions on issues.[7] Members may pose a question to the community, answer other people's questions, vote on, comment on, and debate on various topics. Topics include music, movies, celebrity gossip, politics, religion, technology and business.[8][9] In its topics and world views the site is largely focused on the United States.

History[edit]

SodaHead was founded by Jason Feffer, former vice president of operations at MySpace, and his childhood friend Michael Glazer.[10] Chris Dominguez, formerly SVP of Business Development at IFILM, became CEO in 2010.[11]

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