Unique New Service For Media Professionals: Free Data From Polls, Surveys And Online Studies
MONTREAL, CANADA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- February 22, 2007
Have you ever wished you could easily and quickly find some hard data to back up your story? Would you like to get public opinions on obscure topics? Get the numbers to prove your hunch? No problem! Queendom.com can get the answers you are looking for.
Queendom's visitors, 1.2 million of them per month, now have the chance to be part of the news. By the same token, journalists get the opportunity to post their questions in the form of polls and surveys on the Queendom website for free.
Queendom is no stranger to offering expert information to media. Writers often use the site as a reference and a key source for background information. "By providing media professionals with access to survey and poll data, we hope to increase the public's participation in the news," explains Ilona Jerabek, Ph.D., president of the company.
Launched in 1996, Queendom is a pioneer and leader in online psychological testing known for the quality and the immense selection of tests offered. It is the most visited website in the Mental Health and Psychology categories, and one of the most linked-to websites in the world. Along with a collection of more than 100 professionally developed psychological assessments, the site features hundreds of fun personality and trivia quizzes and thousands of polls and surveys on a wide variety of topics.
Here are some poll and survey topics that have been posted on Queendom in the past:
Queendom also offers paper-pencil versions of its abridged tests for reprint in newspapers, magazines and newsletters. "This service so popular because publishing a test as part of a news story adds an interactive component … it gets the reader involved and really spices up the page," comments Dr. Jerabek.
The Internet's power enables the media to find reliable sources in new ways. Queendom hopes to optimize their access to information, and increase awareness of important mental health issues.
Professionals interested in using the services should contact Queendom at least one week in advance.