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:

    • 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 bleeding eye really catches my attention in choice B.
    • I like this cover more.
    • 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.
    • 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!
    • I choose A because the tagline of the book cover was engaging and inviting.
    • 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
    • I dont like the "desperate magic" designation in option b
    • More descriptive cover with better coloring.
  • 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:

    • I like the alliterative name.
    • Option A is more appealing since it provides a location and implies context.
    • It's more intriguing...I want to know the story of what happened in Florence.
    • 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.
    • this has a better sound to it.
  • 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:

    • All the photos look professional, and the cover of the book is for sure a style like other fiction novels I've purchases. The social media links all send you to the correct page. The only error I really found was on the index page where there is a square before each sentence in the description of the book. Overall, very good looking website that makes me think the author isn't just a fly by night deal.
    • My first impression is that it's a little cheesey.
    • The book and cover looks good overall. Nothing noticeable about spelling or grammar. The site is somewhat slow to load for me and the top header is fairly large
    • 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.
  • 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:

    • Just the blurb on the award increases my likelihood to try it
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • My initial goal is to find a story that's interesting, the price or if it's on sale is secondary.
    • Neither are that good but the sale mention would definitely catch my interest more than any sort of award.
  • 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 like the action page turner thrill ride better
    • I was better able to envision the B description.
    • A is too wordt and I disliked the last line a lot
    • 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.

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