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

  • 50 Respondents 1-3 Books / Month

    Which cover do you prefer for a contemporary fantasy book?

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

    • I like the cover art better and I would hope that the cover art sort of depicts what the book is about. Also option a indicates that it is book one.
    • This image looks much more creative, artistic and interesting.
    • Really intrigued me at first glance. Caught my eye immediately and had to read more. Cover looks like it will be an exciting book to read.
    • The look is more mysterious. The other option, with the purple eye makes it look too science fiction. It reminds me of the dumb, weird youtube Illuminati conspiracy videos. Choice A is the best.
    • Choice B, to me, is more unique. The colors on both of the covers were very vivid and eye-catching, but the purple of the eye in choice B is a bit more direct and eye-catching. Also, choice A seems like a more standard cover for many mystery/fiction novels, so B is more memorable and intriguing.
  • 50 Respondents 1-3 Books / Month

    Which cover do you prefer for a contemporary fantasy book?

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

    • I think the quote on the top of the eye draws you in and makes you want see what the book is about. I also really prefer the bottom text in the blue/teal color. It melds together with the rest of the colors on the cover. Overall I love it-great job!
    • More descriptive cover with better coloring.
    • Much more visually appealing than the 2nd option. I feel that the color differences and the review on the front will also draw the readers attention
    • Desperate Magic invokes more intrigue than Transition Magic. The quote on the cover is unnecessary.
    • The blue text appears more fitting
  • 50 Respondents 1-3 Books / Month 4+ Books / Month

    Which book title is more appealing for a fiction novel?

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

    • Option A is more appealing since it provides a location and implies context.
    • I like the alliterative name.
    • Although I love sci fi and time travel can be in interesting topic, Florence sounds more immediately appealing. It's a beautiful Italian city. I would need a little more of a description to make me switch to B.
    • It's more intriguing...I want to know the story of what happened in Florence.
    • Tandem in Time seems to describe two different events that are occurring that will some how collide in the novel. The other title seems more like a travel book.
  • 50 Respondents 1-3 Books / Month 4+ Books / Month

    Whats your first impression of this website? https://marlonalvamar.com/

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

    • I didn't like that I had to scroll down so much to find out what the website was about. There were some boxes in the lines next to the plane that were distracting. Overall it looked very professional, though.
    • Really poorly photoshoped. The giant picture of a guy in uniform looks silly. It took me forever to figure out he was selling a book the book was the last part to load. Not enough info about the book at first glance. He found god and he is a pilot. Why should I care. Looks like a bad wordpress template. There are weird boxes on the front of each line of the little blurb about the book.
    • Under the "when dreams take flight", next to the book cover their are boxes that look like formatting errors. Most of the tabs lead to a content coming soon page which means they are not necessary.
    • It took a little time for the pictures to load, the book isn't ready to buy so I cannot evaluate that, the media isn't ready to evaluate yet either. I am not sure the site needs those motion action options. Seems like a simple site they are trying to put a lot of extra stuff on to. I doubt they need to spend anymore time on it except to add the content.
    • The photos are very professional. I did not notice grammatical errors but the home page looks like there may have been an incorrect copy and paste that included some figures. Some of the pages are missing content. The book looks like a book I would see at a book store. All visited links were functional. I think completion of the site would make it look more professional.
  • 50 Respondents 1-3 Books / Month 4+ Books / Month

    If you only saw this much of a book's blurb, which one would you click to read more? Why?

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

    • It's basically a choice between the award in A and the sale in B. The award in A sounds like a relatively minor thing (ebook, independent publisher, not to mention I've never heard of it), and the sale at least makes me think that if I am going to look into this book further, I shouldn't put it off.
    • The plot synopsis doesn't sound too promising, but the book award mention would make me more likely to want to read it than just the synopsis by itself.
    • Neither are that good but the sale mention would definitely catch my interest more than any sort of award.
    • My initial goal is to find a story that's interesting, the price or if it's on sale is secondary.
    • Just the blurb on the award increases my likelihood to try it
  • 50 Respondents 1-3 Books / Month 4+ Books / Month

    Which book description sounds more appealing?

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

    • I was better able to envision the B description.
    • I like the action page turner thrill ride better
    • its more descriptive
    • A pulled me in more, made me want to pick up this book and read it. B just didn't not sure if it just isn't as gripping of a description or if after reading A it just didn't measure up.
    • A is too wordt and I disliked the last line a lot

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