Books Read Per Month Audience Targeting

Polls based on Books Read Per Month specific focus groups: Doesn't Read Books, 1-3 Books / Month, and 4+ Books / Month

Polls with Books Read Per Month-specific Targeting

Check out 7 surveys targeting books read per month. Learn how they pose their questions and view the written responses.

  • What cover do you like better for this thriller? Why?

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Books Read Per Month (1 3, 4+). A sample of responses:

    • I like b because the butterfly has me curious and makes this cover for this book pop, I wonder why a butterfly and would read the description and if I like it, buy it
    • I like better without the butterfly
    • I like how the butterfly shows that there's more to the killer than the toughness you usually see.
    • I don't like the butterfly present in the other option. To me, that's a cheesy, Photoshop trick. Because it's not real, it taints my impression about the the whole book.
    • More straightforward, simple image that captures the title.
  • Which cover do you prefer for a book about learning French

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Books Read Per Month (1 3). A sample of responses:

    • This one has 'personality' while the other looks boring and generic.
    • Choice B is very clear with the large font. It tells you exactly what you're purchasing in a minimal amount of words. It also says in huge letters that the audio version comes with it.
    • Choice B is more visually appealing and plus doesn't feel generic like choice A. The design communicates the premise of the book better, too.
    • This discription is much more informative on the front cover.
    • Option B looks more friendly and accessible. I like that audio is included too. Option A looks too much like a text book.
  • If you were considering a suspense novel, which book cover is more compelling?

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Books Read Per Month (1 3, 4+). A sample of responses:

    • It is more engaging with more to look at
    • The cover is simple but intriguing.
    • B is just so much more detailed and cool looking. Option A just is so boring and plain. I wouldn't give A a second glance in a store.
    • I actually don't really like either one of these because I have no idea what the book is about. #A leads me to think it's about 'give them enough rope and they'll hang themselves' perhaps by damaging DNA. #B actually makes me think of the movie Twelve Monkeys, like the wild animals roaming about looking up at the gothic architecture.
    • I would be more intrigued about what is going on in the image and would pick up the book with choice b to learn more.
  • Which book title is more appealing for a historical biography of Cleveland Abbe, America's first weather forecaster?

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

    • C: I like the use of the word "Regardeth" in the titleA: sounded okay but B was more straightforward and flows better. Not sure what Too near for dreams has to do with the weather.B: More straightforward and a good indicator of what the biography is about.
    • I feel it should have an actual title, not just his name and description, so I picked A first. I didn't like C, it sounded pretentious.
    • Simpler and shorter is better
    • The first choice really captivates my eye. I would pick it up immediately upon seeing this cover. The second decision would take a glance at first, and at least pick up the cover to check it out. Lastly, the final choice would be overlooked and I just did not feel the connection to that title at all.
    • I like Option A best because I feel like it strikes a really good balance between surrealism (i.e. the reference to dreams) and hard science (i.e. weather forecasting). After that, I like B because it is the story is about a scientist, and I feel like even though the scientific world is also filled with whimsy, the word regardeth might be a little too whimsical and that (unfortunately) the antiquated/romantic language may actually put some people a little bit off. (I actually kind of like it because I'm a Shakespearean and Tudor history buff, but I'm not sure how most of the book's target readership would necessarily feel about it.) I think C is extremely cute, but perhaps a bit riskier than the other two titles.
  • Which book tagline is catchier?

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

    • I chose B because I think it spoke the most to me. I had a lot of dreams that I didn't do or achieve. And that's okay with me. I want to know what dreams they have and what happened to them. I chose D next because I'd want to know what the end was that caused them not to fulfill their dreams. What caused the failure. I chose A last because I want to know what the fight is for their dreams and how they are beating the fight.
    • These are all very depressing. I tried to pick the ones that are more ambiguous.
    • Context would matter a lot, it would be helpful to know what the Title was. In it's absence, "The Tear" sounds more interesting, the wording of "Sometimes" sounds more sounds a little more interesting than the other two, and "The Fight for Our Dreams" just sounds kind of odd.
    • I chose based on what pulled me in as a reader.
    • My First Choice out of these sounds the most original
  • Which book TITLE is more appealing?

    This is a 3 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Books Read Per Month (1 3). A sample of responses:

    • i oraganize the novel
    • B i like this one look professional, C this one look great too, A i don't like it
    • The first cover is the best one.
    • Recreating Martin sounds like an interesting title. Person, Martin just sounds incredibly generic and Martin & Martin2 looks like a bargain bin book.
    • I really did not like any of them. I choose them based on my gut reaction as to which was the best of the bunch of OK titles.
  • Which set of Titles do you like better for a sexy romance novel?

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Age Range (45 54, 35 44, 55 64) and Books Read Per Month (4+). A sample of responses:

    • The "kiss me" titles in A sounds super sappy and it doesn't sound like there is much action in the story. The titles in B sound like they would reflect a more interesting and engaging story, where there was conflict between the main characters.
    • I like the kiss me theme and it would tie all the books together.
    • Kiss sounds far more romantic as used in all of these titles. The other options sound like they're far from romantic and verging on abusive and manipulative.
    • These titles are stronger, while A seems more passive & submissive. I see the B books as having strong women characters who take charge of their situations, vs A characters waiting for someone to come along and offer something.
    • Option B seems more unique. I think you see a lot of titles in this genre with "Kiss Me" so the other ones would stand out more. They're also more sexy.

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