Peanut Labs’ New Sample Product to Provide Access to Over 226,000 Respondents Down Under
SEATTLE – February 25, 2010 – Peanut Labs, leading provider of social media sample for market research, today announced the launch of its Australia sample consisting of over 226,000 Aussie respondents. Social Media Australia is the first of the company’s Social Media International Suite, being rolled out in a number of different countries throughout 2010.
“Our goal for this year is to become more proactive about understanding and addressing our clients’ research needs,” said Sean Case, senior vice president of Peanut Labs. “We recognize that there is an increasing demand for access to respondents outside of North America and the UK and are aiming to rollout our family of social media international sample across 20 different countries in order to best meet such requests.”
Utilizing a unique methodology of sampling respondents through online social platforms such as Facebook – which alone provides access to over 6,500,000 active users over the age of 13 who live in Australia – Peanut Labs now has the ability to target Aussie residents based on age, gender, employment status and marital status. Peanut Labs’ Social Media Australia sample offers market researchers a chance to better understand the consumer behavior of this country down under.
For more information regarding Peanut Labs’ Social Media Australia sample, contact Sean Case at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Peanut Labs
Peanut Labs is changing the way the world conducts online market research. With its social media sample, Peanut Labs enables online market researchers to make informed decisions based on quality data through its advanced recruiting methodology and partnerships with over 200 leading online social networking applications and communities. Peanut Labs is based in San Francisco with offices in Seattle and New York City. The company was founded in July 2007 and is privately held. For more information, visit http://www.peanutlabs.com.
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