love this blog which is devoted to baking. http://janessweets.blogspot.com/have you tried enlisting the aid of baking bloggers in your area? some bloggers have a real communication thing going on with their readers, but you'd have to find one who has built up that How about the local high school home economics class? (if they still have that subject) Someone there might be sympathetic and drum up some teachers for you. any food Meetups near enough to you so that you could contact them and ask for volunteers? It's tough to get people on short
notice, let alone within a specific niche like this. Good luck.
james 'I break websites' firstname.lastname@example.org 303-494-2285 (home)720-425-1001 (cell)
--- On Tue, 11/9/10, NickHB <email@example.com> wrote:
From: NickHB <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: [IxDA] Usability Test Participants To: email@example.com Date: Tuesday, November 9, 2010, 9:56 PM
I'm working on a website redesign for a small baking company and am looking for participants for a usability test I'm administering this weekend. I was wondering if anyone could suggest a good website or two where I could post an ad in order to find some people.
If it sounds like something you'd like to help a fellow IxDA'er with, please e-mail me
at: firstname.lastname@example.org. I'm based in Stamford, CT and need men/women between the ages of 24-45 who on occasion or regularly order baked goods online. I'm on a small budget, but can compensate with lunch, Starbucks, etc.