Book Format Audience Targeting

Polls based on Book Format specific focus groups: Printed Book Reader and eBook Reader

Polls with Book Format-specific Targeting

Check out 4 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:

    • The bright blue eyes and subtle smile are visually intriguing. I want to know more about the scene-- who is watching what's happening? Why does one man have a gun pointed at another man? Why are they in the woods? The eyes make it seem like someone knows something, and I am interested to learn about their importance.
    • The face makes it more compelling to me.
    • I like this one better, without the face.
    • This title flows better.
    • I chose B because I feel the cover captures my attention more than the other one.
  • 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 want to know what the story or catchline is, not what 4 awards are; especially if I've never even heard of any of the 4 awards.
    • I would rather read more about a book I have some idea about than one that just has a list of awards it has won.
    • the first sentence on A's description alreqady had me bored
    • I care more about a stories description than what other people thought of it.
    • B indicates that this might be a well-written book. I would like to know more about the actually story though, so in that way B is lacking. A is okay but just not attention grabbing.
  • Which ebook cover do you prefer ?

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

    • The cover stands out more than A.
    • I like the font and the texture used makes it seem more like a thriller.
    • The large REFLUX stands out when you look at the cover.
    • I always prefer the book title to be big. It is usually the title that grabs me in. I also prefer how the "AN ANDY TEAGUE THRILLER" is a bit bigger at the bottom. I enjoy reading books that have sequels to them, and that will generally catch my attention faster. I'm not usually as concerned about the author. Unless it's an author I already know and read often, I am more interested in the title, and this one shows it much better.
    • I prefer the book title to be larger than the authors name. I also really like the font and colour of the title in option B, the little bit of texture makes it stand out to me. Attractive cover!
  • 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:

    • Option B is a title that gives more information about what the book is actually about to let someone know if they would be interested in it.
    • Since this is part of an Action-Adventure series, option B doesn't really seem to fit as the title says "Mystery", which would not necessarily be an action adventure novel. D, Sixteen Supernaturals, seems more like there would be some action, going after 16 supernaturals. I have the same thoughts for A as I do for D, however, burdens doesn't seem as active or exciting as supernaturals. C sounds like it could be a mystery but could also be an adventure that happens while looking for Newton's Eye.
    • I went with the easier titles to read
    • Option B has the most intriguing title. Option A has a pretty cover and burdens sounds more attractive to me than supernaturals
    • I like the short and concise titles because they are easy to remember and give just enought information, and I thought "supernaturals" was more appealing. The word "mystery" also makes me think of a genre I like.

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