Research and Analysis
We perform a wide range of research and evaluation services, including policy analysis, media awareness, perception research and image creation, and focused marketing campaigns.
Our experienced staff regularly participate in local, state and national political forums, and provide indepth market and economic analysis for small businesses.
InfoImagination also specializes in professional and technical writing, assists with the development of eCommerce and traditional business plans, conducts market analysis, and prepares multi-media presentations. With InfoImagination, everything is possible...
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What Our Clients Say
InfoImagination assisted Allenbey's with the development of a professional business plan. We had created a shell for an online e-commerce company. With InfoImagination's help, we were able to attract approximately $2 million in venture capital.
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I was frustrated with my inability to find a job. I'm trying to finish my university program, and the lack of a degree seemed to limit my opportunities. Not only did InfoImagination help me prepare a more professional resume, they also taught me how to re-position my current skills in a more attractive manner. I recently landed an exciting job, and have a new (dream) car to show for it. Thanks to the staff at InfoImagination.
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InfoImagination has prepared a policy brief for leaders on Kaua'i and the Hawaiian islands about the renewable energy, hydrogen. This is a clean, viable source of energy that can revolutionize our society. We ask leaders, officials and interested citizens to review our Hydrogen Power for Kaua'i proposal.
In 1998 attorneys general from 46 states signed a landmark $216 billion accord with the tobacco industry. InfoImagination provided a number of important policy analyses to the New Mexico legislature related to this topic.
Without evaluation, it is impossible to grow and improve. InfoImagination has implemented over a hundred research projects. The format for these studies have included mailed questionnaires as well as by-phone and in-person interviews. InfoImagination specializes in randomly-generated participant selection that allows costs to be minimized, while maintaining data integrity and validity.
FOCUS GROUP ANALYSIS
Why conduct a full-blown, expensive study when a customized small group review may provide the analysis your organization needs? InfoImagination provides focus group moderation, participant selection and detailed analysis of the collected information.
USA: The Battle for the Bars. Tobacco Control. Scott Goold. 2003 12:6-7.
Faith: The Answer to Fear. Public Service Video Summarizing the History of David Siebers. Scott Goold, AnnMarie Goold and Mary Kay Pohl. February 2003.
Pink Collar Blues... Poisoning America's Workforce. Public Service Publication. Scott Goold and Olivia Lusk. March 2002.
Habit or Addiction? Know the Difference, Break the Cycle. ME! Albuquerque's Health and Fitness Resource. Scott Goold. Volume 2, Issue 1. Jan/Feb 2002, p.20-21.
Project Smokeout: Tobacco Industry Activities in Texas. American Cancer Society, Texas Division. Scott Goold. September 2001.
Tobacco Possession by Minors: Will Outlawing It Help? STOP! Magazine, Inc. Scott Goold and William T. Godshall. No. 5. May/June 2001, p.24-25.
Tobacco Users Are Smokin' Crack. Helping Americans Beat Addition. Scott Goold. February 2001.
Election 2000: A Political System Facing a Historical Challenge. Photojournalist Documentary of our Nation's Most Exciting Presidential Election. Scott Goold and AnnMarie Goold. November 2000.
The Attorneys General Master Settlement Agreement: A Comprehensive Policy Analysis. Scott Goold. September 1999.
The Tobacco Industry: A Century of Fraud and Manipulation. Scott Goold, Anne Landman and AnnMarie Goold. September 1999.
Albuquerque Environmental Noise Study 1998. Scott Goold and AnnMarie Pohl. May 1998.
Albuquerque Recreational Services and Needs Assessment 1998. Scott Goold, Sarah Duffy and AnnMarie Pohl. May 1998.
Albuquerque Citizen Satisfaction: Assessment of City Services and Policies 1997. Scott Goold and Gary D. LaFree. February 1998.
Sentencing in New Mexico: A Preliminary Description. Christopher Birkbeck, Raymond V. Liedka, Scott Goold, Kristine Denman and Susan Brumbaugh. February 1998.
Albuquerque Citizen Satisfaction: Police Service Delivery 1997. Scott Goold and Gary D. LaFree. November 1997.
Pursuing the Public's Opinion: A Crisis in Survey Research. Scott Goold. November 1997.
Albuquerque Citizen Satisfaction: Major Open Spaces Review 1997. Scott Goold and Gary D. LaFree. September 1997.
Hello, I'm Calling from... Why Respondents Refuse to Participate in Telephone Survey Research. Scott Goold. May 1997.
A Profile of Offenders Entering New Mexico Prisons, 1991-1994. Christopher Birkbeck, Scott Goold, Dina Hill, Raymond V. Liedka and Robert Thoma. May 1997.
Univerisity of New Mexico Employee Benefits Programs: A Policy Assessment. Scott Goold, Brandon Loftin and Robert Fiala. 1997.
Who is in New Mexico's Prisons (1996). Amelia Rouse, Scott Goold, Bert Useem, Chris Birkbeck and Penelope J. Hanke. 1996.
Risk and Needs Assessment: A Summary Report. Scott Goold, Gianna Mendoza and Chris Birkbeck. March 1996.
Lies, Damn Lies, and Response Rates: The NonCooperation Effect in Telephone Survey Research. Scott Goold. 1996.
Computing Habits and Needs Assessment. Prepared for Computer and Information Resources and Technology (CIRT) University of New Mexico. Scott Goold, Hank Jenkins-Smith and John Gastil. 1994.
Albuquerque Citizen Satisfaction Survey: Assessment of City Services and Policies (1991). Scott Goold, Amelia A. Rouse and Hank Jenkins-Smith. October 1991.