Books Read Self Help & Relationships Audience Targeting

Polls based on Books Read Self Help & Relationships specific focus groups: Self-Help & Relationships

Polls with Books Read Self Help & Relationships-specific Targeting

Check out 4 surveys targeting books read - self-help & relationships. Learn how they pose their questions and view the written responses.

  • Which book would you pick up in a store?

    This is a 3 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Nutritional Supplements (Yes, Some Days, Yes, Every Day) and Books Read - Self-Help & Relationships (Books Read: Self Help & Relationships). A sample of responses:

    • Red on white with the image would get my attention.
    • C made it clearest that this is a book about fitness since there are graphics of people exercising. B looked like a tech book since it had the Apple logo (the leaf) on the title font. A looked like it had nothing to do with fitness as there were no graphics whatsoever.
    • i like option C and A both equally unfortunately option B instantly makes me think of gay people because of the rainbow coloring in the design
    • I would pick this one up because the multi colored 50 would draw me in first and make me want to know what more this book had to offer.
    • The book I would pick up in a store is option B because of the beautiful multicolor on the cover of the book.Option C would be second because it indicates both male and female on the cover.Last is option A because it has less interest than B or C option.
  • Which book title would you rather buy? And what do you think about the cover design?

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Books Read - Self-Help & Relationships (Books Read: Self Help & Relationships) and Age Range (25 34, 35 44, 18 24). A sample of responses:

    • I dislike the title "Burn Baby Burn" so I chose the other option by default.
    • I think A would be a bit dull and uninteresting. Whereas B would spark my interest and curiosity to go up and look. I think the overall design is okay, I especially find the bright background color to be eye catching.
    • "Burn Baby Burn" is a little cliche, and I like the simplicity of "Burn": one-word self-help books are the best.
    • This title is catchier. The word "burn" by itself is way too vague and doesn't mean anything to me. I like how the text looks rustic and that the cover boldly focuses only on the words.
    • The title in option B is way more captivating
  • Which book title about the relationship between running and depression is more catchy, and why?

    This is a 2 option poll with 100 respondents targeting Books Read - Self-Help & Relationships (Books Read: Self Help & Relationships). A sample of responses:

    • This makes me more interested in the relationship because it gives running the sunny disposition to help get rid of the dark.
    • There are less words in choice B so it catches the eye more than make the eye skip to the middle part and immediately forget it. Also Choice A’s title is too generic that it can be confused for other book titles. There aren’t that many book titles with “Beam of Light” so it stands out more.
    • I like the word "stronger" because it is both physical and mental strength.
    • A is powerful, intriguing, interesting, and engaging.
    • I like using the word, 'stronger' because it can have a double meaning. I like the idea of coming out of the dark, more so than adding a beam of light.
  • Which book title is more appealing ?

    This is a 3 option poll with 100 respondents targeting Books Read - Self-Help & Relationships (Books Read: Self Help & Relationships) and Audiobook Listener (Yes). A sample of responses:

    • I choose A first as the "Unclutter" usage is less common in commercialism, and C second because "Declutter" is a more common usage in commercialism. I chose B last as "Unstuff" is nice but it's a little vague.
    • The word stuff makes me think more of food. Like I am stuffed on Thanksgiving so I would avoid that. I like Unclutter more then Declutter although I would almost say Declutter is more grammatically correct.
    • Unclutter your life sounds like the best title
    • Option c makes the most sense.Option A sounds ok.Option B just doesn’t sound right.
    • I like option A to Unclutter because this could apply to so much; unstuff implies that everyone is stuffed to the max which might not sound as appealing to anyone right now during this pandemic.

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