Water Words That Work, LLC has curated an enormous collection of environmental polls, surveys, focus groups, and related market research reports. This collection is now open to all to search, for free.
Online PR News – 24-April-2010 – – Contacts:
Eric Eckl, Water Words That Work, (703) 635-4380
Water Words That Work, LLC invites environmental and professionals to browse the web's largest single collection of environmental polls, surveys, focus group reports, and related research materials -- for free.
Log in to the collection at the URL below:
"Conducting an environmental poll is often worthwhile, but it can be very expensive," said Eric Eckl, the company's founder and owner. "Our online environmental poll collection is the next best thing to doing your own original research."
Water Words That Work, LLC, has been collecting and analyzing environmental polls, surveys, focus group reports, and related materials for many years. The company has used this collection as the foundation for developing its techniques and services, such as the environmental message method and the Due Diligence Test Panel.
The collection is now among the largest of its type in the world, and features more than 700 research reports dating back to 1994. The database is powered by the Delicious social bookmarking system. Users can search it by title, date, topic, location, research firm, and many other criteria.
Nature protection and pollution control organizations can use the materials in this database in any number of ways:
• Conducting literature reviews prior to launching your own environmental poll
• Conducting literature reviews as supplement to or in lieu of conducting your own environmental poll
• Comparing environmental attitudes and opinions in different locations, or at different times
• Comparing attitudes and opinions about various conservation topics
• Comparing attitudes and opinions among people from different walks of life
"The research in this database cost many millions of dollars, but the sponsors elected to make their findings available to all, for free," Eckl said. "It's only fair that this database of their work be available to all, for free, too."
About Water Words That Work, LLC
Water Words That Work, LLC is marketing firm that helps nature protection and pollution control organizations modernize and professionalize their communications. The company works with its clients to plan and execute fundraising, issue advocacy, and pollution prevention campaigns. Our clients include the National Park Service, the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, the Ogeechee Riverkeeper, West Virginia Rivers Coalition, the Minnesota Association of Watershed Districts, the Chesapeake Bay Trust, and many others. Learn more at http://waterwordsthatwork.com