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Lookicon $100 Focus Group in Palo Alto, CA or $20 Amazon GC for Online Group

You cannot sign up for both. The $100 focus group will be held
in Palo Alto, CA for 2 days. The $20 GC is an online focus Group.

Test Kitchens, a market research and usability firm located in Palo Alto CA is looking for participants for a focus group AND an online survey on a new way to take your online community to your phone. If you are a MySpace, Tagged or Facebook user or have used or eHarmony, we want you!

To take part in either the focus group or the online, you’ll have to agree to use Jangl ( for at least 3-4 days – it’s free. (There’s a more detailed description of Jangl below.)

We welcome you to apply for the focus group and the online survey, but you will not be able to take part in both. The focus group will be conducted at a Palo Alto research facility on Tuesday, April 3rd and Wednesday, April 4th in the later afternoon / evening. The session will last 1.5 hours and the compensation is $100. The online survey will take 5 to 10 minutes to complete and the compensation is a $20 Amazon gift certificate. Test Kitchens will contact you if you meet the criteria for the study and we still need participants.

Note that Test Kitchens never shares your contact information or other data with anyone without your permission, nor will you be contacted at anytime by a vendor as a result of participation in this study.

Please answer the following questions:

1. What best describes your age category?
a. Less than 18
b. 18-26
c. 27-29
d. 30-35
e. 36-40
f. 41-45
g. Greater than 45

2. Have you used any of the following social network sites?
a. Tagged
b. MySpace
c. Facebook
d. Match
e. eHarmony
f. Other – please specify:

3. Do you currently own a cell phone?
a. Yes
b. No

4. Are you ever concerned about giving out your phone number to people you don’t know that well?
a. Yes
b. No
c. Not sure

5. What is your overall comfort with Internet use?
a. Very
b. Somewhat
c. Not
d. Other – please specify:

6. Have you ever heard of Jangl?
a. Yes
b. No
c. Not sure

7. Gender
a. Male
b. Female

8. Please read the following about Jangl and indicate your interest in using the service if offered to you today:

Jangl provides you with an ID and an optional widget for your social network profiles, enabling anyone to attempt to contact you. When you give out your Jangl ID or post a Jangl Widget, your contacts get a special phone number to call you. Real phone numbers are never exchanged, and you have the ability to screen calls, forward to voicemail and receive calls when and how you want to. You’ll never get surprised by a random call: when you get a Jangl call, you'll be able to let it drop to voicemail, or pick up and listen to the intro before you decide to answer. It's your call.

Online, you can give out your Jangl ID in lots of ways. The best way is to post a Jangl Widget on your online profile, blog, or personal page. When readers see your widget, they can simply enter their own phone number, click Go, and instantly get a Jangl phone number to call you. Your number and their number are both safe. This is a great way to connect when dating, expand your friends list, talk with your blog readers, conduct short-term business, or let your network talk amongst themselves.

Offline, you can give out your Jangl ID just like you would your regular phone number. Put it on a business card, a napkin, write it with crayons or put it on a billboard.

9. Currently the service is free. How likely do you be to try this service?
a. Very
b. Somewhat
c. Not sure

10. Why would you be interested in trying this service (in a few sentences)?

11. Your name:

12. What city, state do you live in?

13. Email address for use if you take part in the online study:

14. Phone number and best time to call:

15. Are you available for a 2 hour focus group in the Palo Alto area on the following dates:
a. Tuesday, April 3rd
i. 5:30 PM
ii. 7:30 PM

b. Wednesday, April 4th
i. 5:30 PM
ii. 7:30 PM

Location: Palo Alto
Principals only. Recruiters, please don't contact this job poster.
Please, no phone calls about this job!
Please do not contact job poster about other services, products or commercial interests.

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