One of the things that you will want to do when creating Twitter Polls is to ensure that you are choosing a question that brings some sort of value to your company. You may want to gauge interest in a topic or in a new service that your company is becoming involved in. You may also want to choose a topic that gives your page personality and brings value by being interesting and creating a buzz about who you are. Some value should be understood and made apparent on the backend so that you are doing more than just interacting with your followers but are getting benefits in your business.
Twitter Polls should also be interesting and well-intentioned. A poll that is just like all of the others and sets itself apart in no way will just blend in with the crowd. This can leave your page scrambling to capitalize on the buzz that these polls can really create. It can also help you to ensure that you are getting all of the publicity and interest that you want need when you are taking the time to create them. Further, be sure that your polls do not confuse the audience by talking about something that is not popularly being discussed or that does not have anything to do with your business and your industry. This can quickly create confusion among your followers and leave them struggling to understand what your page is really about.