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ResearchAccess - Online Resource for Market Research and Customer Intelligence

I am very excited to invite you to the launch of ResearchAccess - An online resource for to discuss, learn and share ideas and thoughts on Market Research, Customer Intelligence and in general the science of feedback. You are receiving this email because you've signed up or expressed interest in one of our core products and services  -  Survey Analytics.

As part of the launch, we are giving away a free book - Online Surveys for Dummies to the first 500 subscribers to the site.

We also have a Free iPad for you!  -

Forward Thinking Content:
We've lined up a great group of writers, thinkers and practitioners to contribute to the site:
  • Alex Gofman -- Author the best-selling book "Selling Blue Elephants" and Pace University professor.
  • Andrew Jeavons -- Managing Director of Nebu -- Contributing writer for ESOMAR Research World
  • Steven Salta -- President of Ascentium
  • Mike Pitchard - President of 5 Circles Research
Research TV:
An online Video only channel focused on online research, its future, tips and tricks that make it work. We will be conducting a series of interviews as well as showcasing great tutorials on different aspects of Customer feedback, market research and analytics. Here's what is playing currently:

Contributing to Research Access (and getting free PR):
We realize the success of ResearcAccess is fundamentally dependent on you (well - ok on traffic but you get the point) - To that end, we are making a few channels of visibility available to everyone:

Contributing Writers - We plan on regularly inviting guest authors, thinkers and practitioners to post on ResearchAccess - If you'd like to contribute regularly please see this link:

Industry Voices -  We plan on introduce another section on the site that is dedicated to CEO's of companies in the Market Research and Customer Intelligence business. More information here:

Research TV Interviews - We plan on getting a series of interviews of rock-stars in the MR and Customer Feedback business. Please see this link below to be considered interviewed.

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