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|11 Responses to Option A|
Pimp Your Book is more attention grabbing. Option B is kind of boring.
Seems more appealing to a new generation of writers
While I don't love the term "pimp," the title in general is more appealing and catchy.
A. SoundSpeaks less boring. ..b. is too long...unnecessary detailed title
Title B is much too long. I also didn't like the way it flowed. Title A is a much better choice.
Option B is too long
I like choice A because the title is catchy and more concise. Choice B is too wordy. Choice A, although a little gimmicky, really gets to the point and gets your attention.
I prefer A because the title is more concise.
I prefer option A, not only because it is funny, but also because the title in option B is a bit too wordy.
Both? A) would grab my attention, but both titles appeal to different entirely different demographs.
A is far more catchier.
|39 Responses to Option B|
Sounds more professional.
This title is more professional sounding.
Don't like the pimp your book title.
I think this is more self explanatory than pimping
I feel like "Pimp your..." is over done and a little bit dated now. It also implies a cheap way to do something, not a money saving or independent way to get something done.
Don't think the title "Pimp my Book" is appropriate or appealing! Makes me think of hookers not book publishing!
I don't like the word "pimp" being in the other title.
SOUNDS MORE PROFESSIONAL
I dont think using the word pimp in a book will attract people who are serious
it states a strong goal in a professional way
Option A sounds really tacky and kind of sleazy.
Covers a wider range of people removing the possibility of offending someone who would want the book
Title A sounds tacky. Title B sounds more refined and professional.
"pimp your book" sounds tacky so I prefer the other.
Pimp is such a negative word. I wouldn't want to associate my book with that.
Option B sounds more professional and appealing than Option A.
Pimp Your ____ is just super annoying.
Adding "make money" is more appealing for readers
I think B would speak to me more but both would get my attention. I like B a little more because I think it will speak to more writers.
I usually like "Your First" things. Also "Pimp" is uncool and overdone.
I don't like the word "pimp", not a word I'd associate with a book.
It sounds professional
I like that this title implies you will have more than one best-seller after purchasing. I do not like option A's use of the word "pimp" as it's juvenile and offensive.
Although both are a good description of the contents, Option B just sounds better.
Option B sounds better.
This book is more appealing title because the title sales on how to make money. People I know would pick this book over the other one. I think almost everyone would actually.
Option B would appeal to a larger audience than Option A because of the word "pimp" in the latter which cheapens the title.
The other choice sounds unprofessional, something you wouldn't pay money for.
I wouldn't read a book that uses the phrase "pimp" as a verb.
B has a more professional title and therefore more appealing.
It sounds more professional and makes me interested in it.
Choice be sounds far more mature and professional compared to A.
Personal preference--I do not like the term "pimp your" anything. For that reason B is better to me!
sounds more professional
sounds more professional
The first one is a bit wordy, but the second sounds like it's trying too hard
Don't use the word pimp
The title is complete and explains what the book is about very well.