Books Read Per Month Audience Targeting

Polls based on Books Read Per Month specific focus groups: Doesn't Read Books, Reads 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:

    • I like C the most. I think that C is the most playful! And I think that the cover needs to be a little playful
    • I don't like the duct tape on A, B is clean and calm colors, C is a little weird too
    • Its cover captures my attention, because it is fast and easy to read, with a common design and focuses on the concrete.
    • All the pertinent information is clear and easy to read. Just one thing, darken the color or change it to black the word no in front of the words fear, confusion etc. Currently it is hard to see and makes these three things stand out .
    • The covers that have more neutral and earth tones such as blue, gray, and green are more appealing to me and seem appropriate given the subject matter of the book.
  • 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 (4+, 1 3). A sample of responses:

    • The cover of choice B is very eye catching. The design is better placed than the other options.
    • B stands out the most to me. B's color contrast is appealing and makes the text easy to read. C hurts my eyes too look at, and A feels generic.
    • I like the graphics in B and C more than A.... A is just a circle fading out, but B is a knotted ball of yarn looped into a perfect circle and C is a straight shot through a maze, so both depict ease and efficiency.
    • I chose panel B. I like the tan color with the red and black text and information boxes. It is really more noticeable to me.
    • Easy and simple to read and understand the concept. Nice color and a great graphic showing how to cut through the confusion.
  • 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 (4+, 1 3). A sample of responses:

    • I live in a rural area in Iowa and Cows are huge, so I find A much more funny than B
    • I prefer title and subtitle B. Even I do understand that this is book of humor and light reading, I do not want to paint picture of "smelling cows" in my mind. Option B captures that tone of being fun to read but having wisdom in it, as well.
    • I prefer option B here since I think almost everyone can relate to the sentiment of having to accept that they're a fool at least on some level but can still learn from their mistakes. I don't like Option A as much here since while I'd argue that it is funnier, the subtitle in my opinion limits the audience to those who consider themselves to be 'aging wanderers.'
    • The title is much funnier to me than the joke about cow patties in A.
    • Definitely choice A is the preferable option. I like the wording of the title and it seems the more charming option.
  • 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 (4+, 1 3). A sample of responses:

    • Option B makes me want to know more
    • the title is very funny and that makes me wanna read the comedy book
    • Choice B because the name is more intriguing than the other option. To find out more about the story, I am more likely to pick up the novel. I find it amusing how anyone got to the point of writing a book about it.
    • I think the title and subtitle are more witty and I"m more likely to pick it up to possibly buy it.
    • A is my preferred choice because of the uniqueness of the book title and the content of the title, the title sound good and attractive and will call more attentions to it, it a beautiful ideaof ttitle for the book and it is pleasant
  • 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 (4+, 1 3). A sample of responses:

    • I think Wild bond sounds the most interesting out of the 4 options. I do not think rare blood sounds like a book that 8 to 12 year olds should read and the other options are kind of boring to me.
    • I like Almost Animal because a lot of kids like to pretend to be animals. I like Wild Bond because it is similar to Call of the Wild, indicating there is a bond among wild animals. I like Kin third because "kin" is an uncommon word meaning family. I would choose Rare Blood last because it sounds violent and graphic.
    • I dont feel any of the titles are appropriate for the age range of 8-12 year olds. I feel these titles are way to mature and we need a more kid friend title.
    • I prefer books that will introduce kids to more vocabulary and will be richer stories. I chose the titles based on how I felt the writing would be.
    • I though (A) 'Wild Bond' sounded the most interesting as the title of a book. It sounds like an adventure with an animal, possibly a wild animal that was tamed by the protagonist. Next I would pick (B) 'Kin' as it seems like an interesting title that could really be about anything. The first thing that came to my mind was a mysterious creature as the antagonist. Choice (C) would be my third choice. It seems like a vampire book or some other fantasy setting. A chosen one hero story seems likely. Option (D) is my lowest ranked choice because I believe it is a weak title for a book. It doesn't sound grammatically correct. I imagined some sort of Chimera type creature, but there has to be a better title for that idea. Hope this helps!
  • 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 think budgeting would be a big topic people want to know more about. People tend to not have enough to save for retirement, future college expenses and other savings needs. I think people need to take a deeper look at where their money goes and ways to avoid overspending and wasting money on unimportant things. If they could learn more about budgeting, it would be easier for them to make smart savings decisions and live a better financial life.
    • The intelligent investorI would like to read books that talk about investment as a solution to financial stagnation.
    • I would really like a book on budgeting where it puts an emphasis also on being able to invest toward the future.
    • There are two financial topics that I would like to see books on. I would like to see books on getting out of debt and or investing.
    • I would generally be interested in both reading and buying books that deal with financial investments of different kinds.

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