Book Format Audience Targeting

Polls based on Book Format specific focus groups: Printed Book Reader and E-book readers

Polls with Book Format-specific Targeting

Check out 10 surveys targeting book format. Learn how they pose their questions and view the written responses.

  • Which book would you buy?

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Book Format (E Books). A sample of responses:

    • They face in the other one I don't think meshes well with the rest. I think it stands out too much.
    • Answer a few questions about yourselfAnswer a few questions about yourself
    • I think the face detracts from the main image and is distracting.
    • The face makes it more compelling to me.
    • This title flows better.
  • Browsing for a book, which blurb would you expand to read more? Why?

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Book Format (E Books). A sample of responses:

    • I don't care which awards a book has earned; they mean nothing.
    • Written in an attention getting, involving manner. Not self-serving and overblown.
    • I like reading about all the accolades of the author and the book.
    • Awards are great but i want to know what it's about
    • B would imply the book has some quality.
  • Which ebook cover do you prefer ?

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Book Format (E Books). A sample of responses:

    • different style
    • I like the title being larger font than the author's name. It makes it look more impressive and like it's an interesting read, dark and mysterious.
    • i find it more appealing to have the author name not take up half the book cover and having reflux in larger letters puts more focus on the book title
    • font is more immersive
    • B is my choice. We old people always want to be able to figure out where the title is and this one is big enough not to miss it.
  • Hello! Which book TITLE is most appealing to you? This novel is part of an action-adventure fantasy series that takes place in 1930s America. The cover design is already set, though feedback is also welcome on that. Thank you!

    This is a 4 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Book Format (E Books). A sample of responses:

    • I picked D because I liked the alliteration. A was also appealing because it made me want to know what burdens they were. C I chose over B because it sounded better spoken.
    • I like how simple the title is and it's not cluttered. It's clean and eye catching.
    • I like the writing on the first one.
    • The cover is awesome way to go. The title I pickled for number is based on it being different and sounds interesting. Numbers 2 and three also sound really good but not as great.
    • D was the best because it was quick and to the point. Supernatural is a good word for the title because I enjoy the show of the same name. The second option is good because I want to know what the "burdens" are. Mystery is a better word than Secret
  • Which book title makes you want to read this book?

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Book Format (E Books). A sample of responses:

    • Whenever it says memoir in the title of book I read it
    • When I think of travel, I think of the word 'tales' more. It seems more fitting in this case.
    • "Tales" is more intriguing than "Memoirs" in my opinion.
    • Memoirs sounds much more enjoyable to read. Tales, sort of works for a digital nomad, but Memoirs stands out better
    • Memoirs sounds fare more fancy than tales is is bound to draw my and others attention meaning far more people will want to read A rather than B.
  • Which cover (and why) do you prefer for "Dead Center" the first book in the Gritty, Pulse-Pounding, Female Police Suspense Series set in San Francisco?

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Book Format (E Books). A sample of responses:

    • I like having a face for the main character on the cover. It helps me picture her. I also like the view of the city the story takes place in.
    • I think A seems less cluttered, so the title catches my attention better.
    • Much more interesting to look at and nicely laid out
    • I like knowing the lead is a female plus A doesn't give off a cop vibe
    • I like B because it's more unique. I feel like I've seen covers like the one in A before.
  • Which cover do you prefer for a satirical novel about travel to France, Japan, and Israel?

    This is a 6 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Age Range (35 44, 45 54, 55 64, 18 24, 25 34), Political Affiliation (Democrat, Independent/Other), Travel Frequency (Frequently, Occasionally), and Book Format (E Books). A sample of responses:

    • These covers look to me to be the best for the type of book that it is. Satirical would involve some humor and these covers convey that to me. The other covers that I didn't choose, look to me as more of a political(serious type of book. If I am judging a book by it's cover, these are the types of covers I would look for in this type of book.I'm not sure I would even pick the others off of the shelf.
    • I went with the most creative options. The ones I would probably most stop in a book store and pick up to flip through to see if the content was interesting to me.
    • I like how this option shows the different ways you can access the book
    • I like that D has a cool cover story and the fingerprints are a unique touch
    • I like a cover that represents a little bit of everything, the other covers were a bit too serious or specific.
  • Which cover do you prefer for a suspense book about a woman trying to rescue 2 young girls?

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Book Format (E Books). A sample of responses:

    • The darker colors make the book look more gripping and suspenseful.
    • The pops of color are eye catching.
    • For a mystery like novel the red is too glaring and in your face here
    • I liked Option B. I think the black and white image of the woman on the cover adds a certain level of mystic and adds to the suspense of the novel.
    • The bright colors in A are eye-catching
  • Which book title is more attractive? (all subtitles are same)

    This is a 4 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Book Format (E Books). A sample of responses:

    • Sounds more professional
    • Investing is in the title, sounds better.
    • "Investing for Freedom" sounds the best title by far.
    • C has an easier motive for understanding.
    • this looks very interesting
  • Based on the cover, which book would you rather buy?

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Literary Preference (Fiction), Book Format (E Books), and Books Read Per Month (4+). A sample of responses:

    • Other one looks very cheap and generic, this one is a bit artistic.
    • The phone and dynamite makes me think of mystery and murder, which is my choice of genre when I pick out books. Nothing good can come from dynamite. It looks like a more interesting read.
    • I like A because it's mysterious and intriguing. This also doesn't give away what I assume are key plot points. This is a solid book that intrigues me to read the novel itself.
    • I like the dynamite the best on the book
    • This book cover is far less disturbing to me. The other one makes me think that the man on the cover is going to to something really horrible to the woman on the cover, and I don't really want to read about that.

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