Virginia Beach, VA (PRWEB) March 10, 2006
A marketing research survey ordered by a website entrepreneur of BibleDvdOnline.Com ordered its employees to conduct a 90 day phone research survey that came to conclusion March 5th, 2006.
A Senior Spokesman for the online business stated:”The survey targeted randomly selected members of churches from different faiths, DVD Bible customers who were parents of children ages 5 to 18, Senior Citizens, Church day care centers, and survey responses from customers who volunteered information back to BibleDvdOnline.Com from a questionnaire. The research also targeted all age groups of casual readers, Bible students, of only The King James Holy Bible Version & The Living Translation Version in both Spanish and English languages."
The survey was primarily conducted to maximize a 2006 year long campaign to promote sales that focus on its $29.95 special offer that includes the free children CDs or separate individual Old or New Testaments at lower prices in either English or Spanish languages.
In conclusion the final results revealed the Senior Citizen's were able to read along and study for longer periods of time, and stated repeatedly it was much easier on their eyes. Age grouped students 18 to 35 were able to get greater comprehension for both study and over-all learning for longer periods of times and stated they were relieved from eye strain as well.
Finally younger children aged 5 to 17 years old commented frequently on the fun of using the interactive technology and were all in agreement of being able to enjoy the stories much better since they too did not have to focus as much on pronouncing names and words throughout the Bible that are normally difficult and have much better concentration of the stories themselves.
It was interesting also to discover that the users that enjoyed the DVD Bibles were equal in their comments for both Linguals and Genders.
There were a very small portion of complaints from Senior Citizens that were received that had mentioned they had difficulties in using the DVD player remote controls when the controllers were small in size, but then that's another story for technology.