200 RespondentsGeneral Population
|58 Responses to Option A|
Option A shows what you are trying to market. B is too vague.
Option A seems to fit better if I'm trying to learn to market my business.
sounds more like diy
I like the term the write way. It is catchy and will sell.
I like you way of playing with words
I like the play on words!
The simple play on words makes it just seem so much more accessible than option B.
I like the play on words with this one.
The other title doesn't make any sense to me. This one is better
I like the play on words
What can I say? I love a pun.
The humorous play on words is a bit more likable than Option B although I actually would not mind either but prefer A
This is more specific, so I'd pick it up based on knowing what I'm getting.
The title is clever with "write" and would get me to keep reading. Simple and to the point.
I like the word play in the title -- "Write Way." I'm easily amused.
I like the play on words with the word "write"
A's title is more of an explanation of what the book is about.
title is more attractive.
It's a clever title that is a play on words.
I think the meaning of B is a little unclear.
I always enjoy a good pun
Option B sounds too clunky
Sounds much better.
Love the play on words.
It grabbed my attention. The other sounds boring.
i like that title more, because it tries to stand out by being a litlle funny
I picked option A because it had a more clever title.
More concise and to the point
I like the play on words of A.
A has a little more creative of a title. Without knowing anything else about the books, you have to, more or less, judge them by their covers. Also, creativity is going to be a huge part of marketing this business, so I can appreciate the title.
I like this one and I think it's a clever play on the word "write."
i like the way that title used write. its silly
This title leads me to believe that this book will be more effective in helping me market my business. Option B appears vague.
I'd like to learn how to market my own business with conent
Because it's business-related, I'd pick a title that is more generic and less flashy.
I don't see a need for a "cure," so the other option wouldn't necessarily jump out at me
A seems more appealing to me than " A Blank Page Cure"
I prefer A because I like that the title contains a pun in it. It makes me feel like the book is whimsical and easy going.
I am a sucker for puns, and B suggests that I already had to be suffering from a "Blank Page Disease" to make use of the book which is not necessarily the case
I like the play on words with the use of "write"
A, I like the whimsical use of words and it's directness. I feel this would help me over B. I do not fully understand B, because in writing content geared to marketing, I've never started from a blank page. I wouldn't put too much thought into what B would have to say. Because it doesn't seem they put much thought into their title.
For option B, the wording "The Blank Page Cure" is confusing ans sounds forced. For option A, the wording "The Write Way to Market" is quickly understandable and a good play on words . Because the subject of both passages is content marketing I prefer the one which sounds and flows better as it speaks to the degree of reliability each passage offers.
Stronger and more effective sounding
I liked A because it was clever with its "write" for "right" pun. I think it would be an enjoyable read.
Shorter and easier to read.
To me, it seems more to the point and precise.
I think it is more clever.
It teaches how to write right regarding Business with content. It shows you different ways.
This book title sounds better.
B is boring A sounds helpful
I like the play on the word right, with write.
sweet book choice
better understanding of add
It sounds like A would provide content for examples on how to market the business, going off the title anyway.
I chose Option A, because I think it does a better job indicating what the book is about.
It's more straight forward.
Sounds more helpful
B is too wordy
|142 Responses to Option B|
This title relates to a problem that people might have.
sounds better than the other tittle
it just sounds better. more interesting.
Whether it's a typo or a pun I find the title of Option A to be completely unappealing
This title sounds like I would learn more from reading that book.
B is more clear about the topic, I think.
Option B seems like a fresh take on marketing
Option B gives a better idea of what the book is going to be about.
Option B sounds more informative.
I like the sound of 'the blank page cure'
It is more attention grabbing.
I prefer B because I like the thought of the blank page cure. Who doesn't get blank page anxiety occasionally? Also I don't like the use of Write for Right.
sounds more professional, more interesting
Efficiency is key, it gets results. Right doesn't always get results.
I like this one a little better than the one with the pun.
I love B's opening "Blank Page Cure". That part wins instantly. I wouldn't even get to looking at Book A.
nice.. presents a problem and a sloution
A is too gimmicky.
the title is enticing!
The Blank Page Cure: A Guide to Efficient Content Marketing sounds much better than "The Write Way to Market Your Business with Content" Because the The blank page cure is way more creative and interesting.
Really don't like the 'write/right' pun. Seems unprofessional/unintelligent.
THe title is more interesting and I find it to be a bit more engaging.
Like the efficiency angle
Puns are stupid.
Sounds better, doesn't have "write" used that way.
The "write way" is just silly sounding
Really don't like the pun in Option A
I just don't like the 'Write Way' pun in Title A
"The write way" makes me cringe, I know what they're going for but the grammar is wrong and it looks wrong.
It has a more memorable and intriguing title
Option B sounds much more interesting and useful to me.
"The Write Way" is an eye-roller. Nobody likes a pun. And every writer finds herself staring at a blank page with horror every now and then.
everyone can relate to the blank page
I would buy this book because the title is appealing.
It highlights a problem a lot of us have.
This title sounds more informative.
This title is clever and creative and I would go with this one on that alone.
More interested in marketing
Option B gives me a better insight to the exact subject matter of the book (Option A does a little, but I feel like Option B is more specific).
I still wouldn't buy either of them, as it's still the same topic, being one I don't have interest in, but assuming I did, once again, I would definitely go with B, as I strongly identify with needing a cure for blank pages, and also because "the write way", despite recognizing it as trying to be punny, just rubs my desire for correctness the wrong way.
Ah, this one is a toss-up, I like both of these entries. But I like the title "blank page cure" it just pops out and gets my attention.
conveys the content clearly
More interesting title - "the blank page cure" helps writers' block and stuff
B sounds more creative as a title. I would pick up B before A
B sounds like a more professional tittle and makes a lot more sense grammatically to me.
Just like it better
awkward pun "Write Way"
Honestly, I just don't like the pun used in the left side. It struck me as a typo at first, then I realized it wasn't, but it just didn't sit well with me after that. The right side also tells me a little bit more about the content.
Option B is interesting and clear. Option A tries to be too clever.
It has a witty title.
Option A just looks like a typo. Option B tells you what you'll be reading about.
The "write way"? Ugh. That pun is lame.
First off, the first title has a spelling mistake. The second one is simply more catchy.
No dumb pun in the title, more mature
I like the efficiency emphasis, but both are OK
B sounds too punny
B was more unique sounding.
the pun does not work
I hate words being used wrong
I really don't like using Write instead of Right in Option A.
Both sound good but B has just a bit of humor.
I think this one sounds better
Option be is more descriptive, and is less likely to confuse the reader.
The blank page is the scariest thing for a writer. Its nice to see that acknowledged.
It's more professional.
Using "write" in place of "right" sounds really corny and sales-y.
the title is catchier
No real preference.
I like option B better because "blank page" immediately brings up a picture in my mind to me. I can see a blank page and the title gives the impression that the book will help me ("cure" me) of the blank page.
The name has more pizzazz.
The one I didn't pick is entirely too cutesy... I instantly hate it because of the funny spelling, so the other one has to win.
It grabs my attention better than the other title.
a big issue in marketing is coming up with good content to produce, so this looks interesting to me
The attempted wordplay in A is poor.
In option A they used write incorrectly. Even though I know they did it intentionally, I am still bothered by it.
I think the title describes what the book is about really well and the other title is confusing.
sounds like a more effective way to overcome writers block
"A" seemed very cheesy of a title. "B" sounded like a beneficial guild that would help me improve versus dictate what I needed to do.
"The Write way" sounds amateurish.
I don't like punny titles for books.
The pun in option A is very corny
tells you what the point of the book is right away in the beginning of the title
It's a far more descriptive title and sounds more professional.
it instills a bit more confidence in actually progressing in the area that the book covers
I like that this title tries to mix things up.
I like the idea of a cure.
The "write way" pun in Option A might go over some people's heads. I think "The Blank Page Cure" is much catchier and is something I can relate to.
The other one is really bad
I like this title because it specifically says what the guide will help you accomplish. The other option sounds really cheesy.
I like The Blank Page Cure. A is boring.
B is easier to comprehend and understand.
A like that it is serving as a guide and mentions efficient. I like to make the most use of my time.
I'm bothered by the wrong use if the word "right/write"
Blank Page Cure just jumps off the page to me as the option I would choose by far.
says what it does better
More appealing because it sounds like to cure to writer's block.
B is a better description to me.
that title instills a little more confidence towards you actually progressing
The title for option A really rubs me the wrong way. I think option B is much better.
I prefer B because i have trouble coming up with content ideas so a "cure" for a blank page sounds great.
Option B sounded a lot more intriguing.
I can't pick the other option because write is used wrong.
This one sounds more like you would learn something from it.
Sounds slightly better.
I like the polished nature of this title. It's short and concise, yet contains just enough information that a large number of potential readers would considering picking it up based on the title alone.
I don't like the pun used on Option A.
I didn't find the pun amusing in Option A, and the structure of the title is uninteresting and seems incomplete. The structure of Option B is complete and concise. It explains the book essence better
I prefer this title, however it is a bit wordy. I would revise it by removing the A Guide to.
Option A's pun in the title hurts. "The Write Way" is not nearly clever enough to not be annoying. Meanwhile, the title as a whole just seems... generic. "Content" is a very vague, floaty word to the average individual. Option B is a bit generic, admittedly, but it's much clearer in its goals. "The Blank Page Cure" - Learn to break writer's block. "A Guide to Efficient Content Marketing" - Learn to sell people stuff related to "content" more effectively. I'm not the biggest fan in the world of B, but it's much better than A.
Acknowledges you are starting with a blank slate
Mention of a cure for blank page is appealing.
Option A's title is a little cheesy to me. 'The write way', I get the play on words, but not to my taste. So it makes me lean towards option B instead.
Name is more attractive.
B is a more descriptive title. I like the way it flows more. I just don't like the other title's play on the words "write way".
It makes the most sense. I picture it as a cohesive guide that will help me get a business going and marketed the correct way.
I don't like the wordplay with write being right.
cute title, grabs my attention, but is descriptive enough that I still know what it is about
I just like this title better
Option A has a really evident typo. I know it's supposed to be cute, but it doesn't inspire confidence.
The title is a bit clever and I like it.
Option B is a bit more catchy. The first part of the title is a appealing phrase, then after the colon is the explanation of the phrase.
B is much more clear, while A seems like it's supposed to be a pun but it's somewhat unclear if it is or not.
"blank page cure" grabs my attention
"Write" for Right is a very overdone and cheesy pun.
Option B seems to offer serious solutions and guidance.
Option B gives the purpose and intent of the book while also demonstrating a creative writing style.
Strongly prefer B as it seems more relate-able. I'm sure staring at a blank page and coming up with content is a problem for all content creators at one point in time.
I think choice b is more appealing, the phrase "blank page cure" would grab me since I sometimes worry about getting my writing started.
Option A's title is dumb. I don't like the word puns. Just tell it for what it is.
B's title immediately harks to a common problem for writers.
Option B is better because it is a clearer message.
I like the primary title " The Blank Page Cure". Almost anyone can relate to staring at a blank page trying to figure out what to do, whether its writing a paper or completing a drawing. Choice A option feels like it will meet my needs as far as marketing.
I strongly prefer B because it's a guide which is what most people want with learning how to market their business. Also I don't care for the use of "write" in place of "right" in option A.
This title seems unique compared to the other, which is appealing.
Option B seems more reputable and official. I feel as though Option A's title isn't as descriptive as it could be.
The title sounds more focused.
Tells a better story
I do not like the play on words in A
Less puns, more business
I don't like the "write" pun in option A.
Option A is misspelled so I can't take it very seriously.
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