Poll Results

 Jan 2, 2018
 Private
Question

Which design is more clickable?

50 RespondentsMy Audience

Option A


Score: 22
11 votes
Option B


Score: 78
39 votes

Responses 
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11 Responses to Option A
1
Prefer keeping original, I want to imagine what they look like.
2
I still prefer covers without people.
3
I like clean and simple. I also like leaving more to the imagination.
4
Prefer just the palm trees and bright sunset colors.
5
B looks cheesy. I wouldn’t buy it.
6
It fits the series best. None of the other books have any figures.
7
Books with dogs on the cover tend to be “fluffy.” I think the original keeps it real. Plus, Sophie is a badass and B looks too Tomb Raider-y.
8
Keeps with the series look.
9
I don't like covers that depict a character. I prefer my imagination. I also think the pic of the woman and dog just doesn't fit.
10
Prefer not to have people on cover.
11
The image of the woman and dog would be less likely to interest me in the book because it comes across
39 Responses to Option B
1
I prefer the woman and dog on the cover.
2
I will always read a book with a dog, cat, horse etc... on the cover.
3
Looks more inviting.
4
If I had not read her books before this would have got me interested.
5
Better visualization of the story.
6
I like that it incorporates Sophie & her sidekick. They are who the book revolves around and I love the idea of them being portrayed on the cover!
7
Just by having a dog working with her, I'm more intrigued.
8
Dogs always get the click!
9
I'm always drawn to a cover with animals, especially dogs. I think it says something about a protagonists character!
10
More appealing, gives a better feel for the story line and adds character to the cover.
11
It doesn't look so bland and boring.
12
More eye catching but the dog is wrong breed.
13
Tells me more about the story and is intriguing, plus I love dogs.
14
Fits the story
15
Feels more about a person
16
It tells you what the book will be about
17
Represents the main characters
18
B gives you more of an idea of what could be in the book. A is too plain
19
I prefer knowing if this is about A Sophie or a Jack Reacher w/o reading the back.
20
I'm a dog lover, always drawn to books with dogs. However, I usually read kindle books so the cover design isn't real important to me
21
Cover A is like an empty canvas. Cover B has more appeal.
22
The addition of a woman and dog help potential readers to understand their importance in the stories.
23
The character is intriguing. I think it would definitely grab the attention of people who want to read about strong female leads.
24
I think that the addition of the woman and the dog makes it look more interesting.
25
Marketing experts say that including a human being will always attract the eye to any graphic. It will be where the eye goes first. Add in a dog, and you get a double dip of attention grabbing power!
26
Gives you an induction of main characters
27
Looks more interesting with a woman and more intriguing witht the dog.
28
Just like this cover design/look better.
29
GIves a better feel for the story line - A has an otherworldly sci-fi look about it
30
Doggo always wins!
31
The cover looks complete with the women and dog.
32
make the cover more appealing
33
It lets me know upfront that there is a strong female heroine and a fury sidekick.
34
More personality, more hint that it might interest me. a could be a male spy or soldier book.
35
It’s powerful! This book is going to be about a BA woman and her dog! How very appealing to a person who likes books that include those things.
36
B just gives enough more info on what the book is about. A makes you think computers but B says computers and a bad ass woman with a dog!
37
I tend to like covers that have the characters on them. Although with Lei.... I liked the covers too. Guess I'm not helping! But Sophie and the dog grabs your attention.
38
I like dogs. Actually, both covers are nice.
39
It visibly let's you know the book content.....!!!

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