Audiobook Listener Audience Targeting

Polls based on Audiobook Listener specific focus groups: Not Audiobook Listener and Audiobook Listener

Polls with Audiobook Listener-specific Targeting

Check out 3 surveys targeting audiobook listener. Learn how they pose their questions and view the written responses.

  • Which book title is more appealing?

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Audiobook Listener (Yes). A sample of responses:

    • Making a millionaire is actively doing and becoming. The other options suggests you've already been made into a millionaire and doesn't have instructions on how to become one.
    • I feel this title is more appealing as it could mean more. It could be a book on how to become a millionaire or the story of how a millionaire was created.
    • Creating a Millionaire sounds like a self help book to help you become one
    • It would help to know more about the book... but given these two, I'd choose A, because at least it conjures up an image in the reader's head.
    • B is more actionable and makes me want to learn more about how I can become a millionaire, while A sounds like a biography or story.
  • Which subtitle is more appealing?

    This is a 3 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Audiobook Listener (Yes). A sample of responses:

    • They all sound interesting bjut I would most want to learn that formula for my own startups!
    • There is definite action taken and explanations are better in the first two than the last one.
    • You have to start at the beginning and find a successful model in order to thrive.
    • C i think says a lot in short workds adn like saying THEIR. B formula so data supported. A sounds like how to start
    • B makes the most sense
  • Which pen name do you like more? Context: I write histories, biographies, and historical fiction novels for men and women aged 25 to 50.

    This is a 3 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Books Read Per Month (4+, 1 3) and Audiobook Listener (Yes). A sample of responses:

    • Choice C sticks with me, Choice B sounds made up and Choice a is forgettable.
    • Paine is the only one i like. sounds mysterious
    • I like John Paine the most because I feel the name fits in really well with early American history (various founders named John, as well as Thomas Paine). Second I liked option A, John Davis, because it felt like a strong and credible name to me. I didn't dislike B, but it seemed the most generic and stood out the least of all the available choices.
    • Of the three choices, option C was my top choice. I like the way it sounds and think it would attract the reader's attention. Option A made me think of the singer of the band Korn. Option B was just OK.
    • John Davis is a simple name but not one that works or stands out. C has a good name that is pleasant to see and pronounce in my opinion. Good name. B is fine but nothing special but may fit the description

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