25 Newsworthy Survey Questions

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Project Description:
We have a service that is related to women that want to loose weight. We would like to put a survey on our new site (coming soon) that asks the visitors a new question every week. This question has to be a bit different, and has to speak to the imagination of the media. In other words: the questions and answers have to be relevant but a bit different, so that they can generate PR.

We would like 25 questions, each with their own multiple choice answers (2,3 or 4 answers depending on the question).

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10/20/2005 at 19:35 EDT
We have a service that is related to women that want to lose weight. We would like to put a survey on our new site (coming soon) that asks the visitors a new question every week about all sorts of subjects that are linked to our service. This would be resulting in supporting questions as to why women need a service that helps them / motivates them to lose weight, why this has to be convenient for them, etc. This question has to be a bit different, and has to speak to the imagination of the media. In other words: the questions and answers have to be relevant but a bit different, so that they can generate PR.

We would like 25 questions, each with their own multiple choice answers (2,3 or 4 answers depending on the question).

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10/30/2005 at 6:36 EST
Following some of the examples given I thought I would help by clarifying the ultimate goal of these questions:

The questions are used to establish the opinion of our visitors on a certain weight loss related subject, with the goal to then issue a press release with interesting, newsworthy results. To help you focus we will extend the project to also include a one paragraph explanation with each survey question / answer set to clarify the news angle that can be used in the press release following the survey results.

Feel free to revise your quote following this information.

Skills required:
Copywriting
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