Opinion Outpost

Monday, March 30, 2009

$200 Study, Moms of kids who wear glasses


Hello, this is Debbie from Alphaubzz. We are an independent market research company looking for respondents to participate in an online session about corrective eyewear.

I am looking for pairs of MOMS and KIDS (age 10-15). Your child MUST wear glasses, but it does not matter if the mom needs eyewear or not. Both you and your child will need to participate, and each mom and child will get their own video camera to keep and they each receive the $200.

DETAILS: This is a unique study with 2 parts. The first part involves you and your child answering questions online about your experience with glasses. The session will take place online beginning the week of April 6 at your convenience, it will take approximately 3 hours over several days and the study will conclude the week of April 20. You will respond to questions online and film a video of yourself answering those questions with the camera we send each of you.

The second part requires you to make an appointment FOR YOUR CHILD with any eye care professional for a contact lens prescription exam during the week of April 13. We will ask you take notes during your visit or Twitter as it happens as we are interested in your experience at the office. There will be additional follow up questions, the whole study including the exam and online session will take 6 hours total.


If you are chosen, we will send you a digital video camera and upon completion of the study, you will be able to keep the camera and we will also send you a check for $200.

Your participation is completely anonymous and your information confidential. These studies are strictly for market research and no sales attempt will ever be made as a result of your participation.

If you are interested in participating, please take a moment to copy and paste this link into your browser to fill out a brief prescreening questionnaire .


You will be contacted if you qualify, so you do not need to respond to this email. Thank you for your time.

Debbie Freedberg
AlphaBuzz Research Coordinator

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