Books Read Mystery & Crime Audience Targeting

Polls based on Books Read Mystery & Crime specific focus groups: Mystery & Crime

Polls with Books Read Mystery & Crime-specific Targeting

Check out 6 surveys targeting books read - mystery & crime. Learn how they pose their questions and view the written responses.

  • Which book cover is more appealing

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Books Read - Mystery & Crime (Books Read: Mystery & Crime). A sample of responses:

    • I like this one because of the bottle tipped over. I does not seem as cold and medicinal like the other one. It is more inviting.
    • The red pill gives it more of a negative view perhaps leading the reader to think it is more painful.
    • Cover A is a lot better in my opinion.
    • This cover shows the pills in greater detail and I like the aspect of the different colors of the medicine. The entire cover seems more realistic overall.
    • I think the image of the pill bottle looks better.
  • Which book title would you rather read and why?

    This is a 4 option poll with 100 respondents targeting Books Read - Mystery & Crime (Books Read: Mystery & Crime). A sample of responses:

    • I prefer short title with clear information. The title in C matches the criteria. The title in B is also short. However, it is not as clear as the one in C. I do not like the two titles in A and D. They do not meet the criteria I mentioned earlier.
    • I like the image of a flightless bird. It is intriguing. It sparks my curiosity about what the main point of the story is
    • I like A because it sounds intriguing to me. I like D a lot too but it sounds odd starting with the word For. C and B are okay but they don't really get my attention.
    • Lies agreed upon sounds like it could be a very interesting topic.
    • choices based on personal level of poetic impact
  • Assuming you like thrillers, which book description would make you want to buy the book if you read it on an Amazon book sales page?

    This is a 3 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Books Read - Mystery & Crime (Books Read: Mystery & Crime). A sample of responses:

    • As a first option, A is a narrative full of suspense and tension, which impacts the viewer, since the experience of such instability or imbalance causes emotions that make you want to read the book.
    • the first one i ranked got my curiosity to read more i was into it i can see myself buying that book to read
    • Telling me more about the plot makes me more interested and invested in the story.
    • C seems a little too harsh as both of the descriptions seems to be interesting. As somebody who is intrigued by organized crime, A is definitely the top pick for which book I'd rather buy.
    • I chose A because it tells what the story is about. B doesn't really give you any insight to the story line and C gives no information.
  • Based on the description, which book would you rather read?

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Books Read - Mystery & Crime (Books Read: Mystery & Crime). A sample of responses:

    • The organizational structure seems more complete and I like the breakdown of ideas with the bold-faced font. Overall, this is more compelling of a book description and really captures my imagination.
    • I like A because the words are bolded and easy to read and more digestible in the bulleted form.
    • A feels like someone starting to tell me a story that I want to read and finish to find out what else happens. B sounds like a laundry list of what the author hope to accomplish with the story.
    • more descriptive and would seem more interesting
    • i like how the description is broken down like that making it better
  • Based on the cover, which book would you rather buy?

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Political Affiliation (Independent/Other, Democrat) and Books Read - Mystery & Crime (Books Read: Mystery & Crime). A sample of responses:

    • The best design element of option b is the road and the seal is informative where it makes me think the book is a fan favorite
    • I choose option B because it looks less radical and angry.
    • I like the subtle red title of the episode, it doesn't feel over saturated, and it overall makes me interested in the story and plot of the book. I find the gray image makes it more interesting to me.
    • The red and Black colors makes it more intense. Also like seeing the characters.
    • I like B. The other choice is too bright and hurts my eyes.
  • Based on the cover, which book would you rather buy?

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Age Range (65 74, 55 64, 45 54, 35 44), Books Read - Mystery & Crime (Books Read: Mystery & Crime), and Political Affiliation (Democrat, Independent/Other). A sample of responses:

    • Less of an eye sore, the other one is just ugly.
    • B because it reminds me more of a horror story and with the black and white cover and I want to find out what is on the other side of that road.
    • I think the red is too bold. I also like that it has the extra badge for the Indies today. I am not sure what the pictures are supposed to represent, but I like the black and white a lot better. However, I may prefer the other picture because it seems to imply what the book is about better.
    • The red cover turns me off for some reason.
    • I choose A first as the main title is much more quickly to the point and attention grabbing and not as "cluttered" as the B choice.

Books Read Mystery & Crime targeting is often combined with age range targeting, political affiliation targeting, and credit cards targeting.


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