Social Media & SEO Research Study: $100M+ Test Subject Wanted The Brainchild Group News | August 1, 2010 | By Aaron Schoenberger
The Brainchild Group has decided to put on a magic marketing cape and conduct a research study aimed at taking a select multi-million dollar company from online marketing failure to a web savvy success. The study will be geared towards optimizing existing online properties (websites, social profiles, etc.) and interacting with target markets on a personal, social, new age wavelength.


To qualify for the research study, companies must meet the below requirements:
  • Annual revenue must exceed $100 million.
  • Company must have existing, functional website.
  • Ideal test subject will be struggling with online advertising.
  • Company must be located within the United States of America.

If your company fits the above-mentioned criteria and you would like to inquire about The Brainchild Group’s research study, please email research@thebrainchildgroup.com with the below information:
1) Your full name
2) Email address
3) Phone number
4) Business name
5) Business website address (URL)
6) Target demographic(s)
7) Business goals


Please note that all information provided is solely for the purpose of this research study and will not be shared with any third parties. Additionally, company and contact information will not be added to any email lists or databases. Once answers to the 7 questions are received, applicants will be screened and companies that best fit the research study will be contacted for a secondary screening. Businesses that do not fit the study’s criteria will be notified of such.


We look forward to an interesting, revolutionary project.


Sincerely,
Aaron Schoenberger
The Brainchild Group


The Brainchild Group is an interactive marketing firm that specializes in strategic, professional social media and SEO campaigns for companies throughout the world. Clients include: top restaurants, Olympic athletes, Fortune 500 companies and mom-and-pop shops.


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