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How Old Are You. Official Eisley Research
10-12
0%
 0%  [ 3 ]
13-14
7%
 7%  [ 84 ]
15-16
20%
 20%  [ 230 ]
17-18
23%
 23%  [ 263 ]
19-20
17%
 17%  [ 194 ]
21-22
11%
 11%  [ 128 ]
23-24
8%
 8%  [ 99 ]
25-26
4%
 4%  [ 47 ]
27-28
3%
 3%  [ 39 ]
29-30
2%
 2%  [ 28 ]
Total Votes : 1115

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boyd
Eisleyoid


Nobody knows the demographic of this forum...yet the forum might be a
perfect snapshot of Eisley's market; Then again, it could be skewed,
since certain ages are more prone to be on-line and members of on-line
communities. This isn't very scientific, but it's a start. I'm curious because
WB is curious and is asking questions. Can we help?

If the lurkers out there (which are at least double what our member-list
is) would sign up, even if they didn' post, and would answer this poll and
the other one about sex, we might could have a better feel about how to
reach the world out there.

I know I might have gotten carried away at the range of ages I included,
but we don't really know who's out there. We don't know who consider
themselves fans and are looking forward to purchasing Eisley's LP. WB
told me that soccer moms buy a huge percentage of music for their kids.
And that a huge percentage of records are purchased from Walmart
Kmart...like 1/4 of all records?... and if you add Best Buy, it's like 40%
or something crazy.

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granpaturtle
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i'm willing to bet you'll get approximately the ages of the band. It seems to me that's what all the hardcore boardies are roughly aged. You got a lot of 15 year olds and college kids and chad...old man chad....
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todd!
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yeah i agree, lots of highschool/college age folks. thatd tbe the target audience i reckon. though i do think eisley has an appeal to any age demographic. theyre just so grood. Smile
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princessx
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I accidentally clicked 16-17 when I meant to put 17-18. Whoops.
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berlies_
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hmm...your market research might be innacurate. I'm 20 and I have three choices to choose from..everyone else has two. I dont know how much that actually effects it, but yeah - it might be more effective if there was an actual cut off for each choice
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Vegetable
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yeah, Im 20 too...


hahaha 20-20
sounds like a... jean brand or something

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i'm going to be 20 in 20 days but did not choose 20-20
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BNROCKS
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Vegetable wrote:
yeah, Im 20 too...


hahaha 20-20
sounds like a... jean brand or something


or a news show, or the best vision assesment...
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boyd
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Embarassed sorry. will fix.
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Andrew
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I'm 19 now but i started listening when I was 15. I was a weird kid back then though. Oh wait still am a weird kid. So it all works out.
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boyd
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Andrew, you are a weird kid. i oughta know.
Dang...you were 15? crazzzzy. How could Eisley be that old?
How old was Stacy when you started listening?

This is great informal research...thanks.

bd

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jack_stripes
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todd! wrote:
yeah i agree, lots of highschool/college age folks. thatd tbe the target audience i reckon. though i do think eisley has an appeal to any age demographic. theyre just so grood. Smile


and a few superfly middle skoolas

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BNROCKS
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boyd wrote:
How old was Stacy when you started listening?


when eisley takes over the world we're going to be using her as a time measurement, i swear.

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Admiral79
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Geez Boyd, thanks for making me feel old. I'm only 25 and I'm older than 90% of the people on the board. Maybe I'm too old for Eisley. Geez, now I have to think about getting married and having kids. Maybe I'll go listen to the Stones and feel young again.
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granpaturtle wrote:
i'm willing to bet you'll get approximately the ages of the band. It seems to me that's what all the hardcore boardies are roughly aged. You got a lot of 15 year olds and college kids and chad...old man chad....


do you *have* to listen to your sterio so loud? ..the yard needs mowing btw.


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