Books Read Per Month Audience Targeting

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

Polls with Books Read Per Month-specific Targeting

Check out 6 surveys targeting books read per month. Learn how they pose their questions and view the written responses.

  • Based on the cover, which book would you rather buy to learn how to create an online course? which cover makes you WANT TO find out more right away?

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

    • The red color stands out the most to me. I like the image on the front. It just pops out at me.
    • These are in order of how much it looks like the "Dummy" books which are really, really good.
    • I like the gray and red.
    • I like the colors being used a bit more than the others
    • I like A the most, especially the icons under the "7 steps" words, meaning that the book contains a systematic way to simply things in certain stapes, which make people want to explore more.
  • Which book title and subtitle would be more likely to entice you to buy the book? (Book is humor non-fiction, like those written by Dave Barry, Erma Bombeck, Mindy Kaling, Chelsea Handler, David Sedaris etc.)

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

    • I think option A sounds more humorous and memorable.
    • Clever and funny title designed to grab my attention the most,
    • I like seeing "slap happy". That's a cool phrase.
    • I find it more humorous. It’s a fun title.
    • Option B is too much of a downer, too self-deprecating. Stick with Option A's funnier, more accessible title!
  • Which book title and subtitle would be more likely to entice you to buy the book? (Book is humor non-fiction, like those written by Dave Barry, Erma Bombeck, Mindy Kaling, Chelsea Handler, David Sedaris etc.)

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

    • This title is funny to me so I like it a lot
    • Option B is catchy and immediately draws my interest in buying the book.
    • Both are really good titles, and I would buy one probably with either title. That said, B just made me chuckle when reading it.
    • I like the crazier of the two titles.
    • i think it is funny and very rememberable
  • Which title for a book aimed at 8 to 12 year olds would you choose and why?

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

    • I like A because it sounds the most interesting and I think an 8 to 12 year old would think so too. D is also interesting but the last 2 don't really sound like something someone in that age range would like.
    • I like the word wild in the title as I think it would be appealing to the age range specified. Almost Animal is the weakest because it gives me no insight about the book at all.
    • i think an 8-12 year old would be more curious about animals and bonds
    • D and C is interesting and they catch your attention right away. I think D is a bit more exciting but, C is a good second. A is a bit confusing but it’s much better the B. B sounds boring and simple.
    • "Kin" is my favorite, and I feel like this could be a very catchy title for the first book in a series.
  • What Finance/Accounting book would you want to buy/read on Amazon/Kindle??

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

    • I am interested in a business principles book.
    • I am interested in investing and tax topics.
    • So, I would need something starting from the very basics of financing. I am not smart on this topic, so the basics is what I would need first.
    • I would want to read about how to manage debt and how to leverage debt. Debt management and investing are the topics I am most interested in.
    • I would be interested in a book on cryptocurrency. How to buy it, invest with it, cash it out, and then deal with it as a long term investment plan.
  • Besides COVID-19, what was the hardest thing you've had to go through in life? What beliefs / habits / activities helped you get through it?

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

    • Probably losing my parents as a child. It was hard when it happened, but it carried on as I got older. The support of family friends, family, and my community helped tremendously and it was important to stay engaged, which I still do to this day.
    • Not being able to see friends at all. I had to start reading and do things I usually liked to get my attention off of it. I would text my friends to keep in touch.
    • MY FATHER DIED OF A MASSIVE CARDIAC EVENT 6 YEARS AGO. IT WAS UNEXPECTED. IT WAS SO HARD ON MY MOM. EVEN THOUGHT I WAS 37, I ALSO WAS NOT READY FOR THE LOSS OF A PARENT. I WAS SAD FOR A VERY LONG TIME.
    • My hardest thing is my divorce. My friends and family is what really got me through it, along with just telling myself that I would get through it. I don't remember anything else specifically I did.
    • I had a very bad car accident my first year of college where I shattered my right hand. The recovery was very difficult for me. It made it so I had to rely on the help of others for a time so I could attend university and be able to get to the university on time and home on time when I commuted. It inculcated the belief in me that it's the right thing to do to help those who suffer from a physical disability such as a shattered leg or hand, and that there is real value to being charitable with one's time and actions to help others who need help. I know I certainly benefited from the beneficence of others who had no reason to help me at the time and so I've learned the lesson that the world is a better place that I find meaning from living on the planet when I'm able to help others who need help. So I've volunteered a lot, mostly with what I know from my past life experiences, which is speech and debate competitions. I've volunteered as a judge, helped out teams as a coach at summer camps, and I've made a serious effort to help others succeed by sharing some of the wisdom I gleaned from my own success when I was a State champion at a debate activity. Finding meaningful work with respect to how I spend my time has helped me a great deal to get through the trauma of that experience of the very bad car accident.

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