Books Read Self Help & Relationships Audience Targeting

Polls based on Books Read Self Help & Relationships specific focus groups: Readers of self-help books

Polls with Books Read Self Help & Relationships-specific Targeting

Check out 6 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:

    • I like C because it shows people actually lifting weights. That makes me feel like the book is written by someone who knows what they are talking about. The other books are boring and look like your basic self help book. Choice B looks like it is a rip off of apple and microsoft with their logo.
    • choice b is hands down the one I would pick up and then buy. I think that colors in the 50 really pop out to the eye. The tips being in green stands out. I enjoy green a lot and relate green with healthy and grass and such. I think the words really pop out easily without clashing on choice b. Then the choice c is okay. But to be honest it's just too much red. It's not broke up much and the black font under the red should be bold so it's easier to read. The last choice of a looks bland and boring. Not hip or with the times. I would not pick it up.
    • I think Option B would definitely prompt me to pick it up first because of the bright and vibrant colors. Moreover, I also think Option B's design makes the book seem like it would be reliable , new, and of good quality.
    • I like the image of the people working out. Along with the info under the title. I feel this cover is more encouraging.
    • I like the covers that more closely rate to the topic. Images make it easy and quick to figure out what’s the book is about.
  • 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:

    • B is powerful, enticing, and intriguing!
    • B sounds sadistic like you are trying to destroy something. (also implying burning a baby).
    • I think the cover design is awesome for both. It's simple in the way that Ellen Hopkins books are which makes them alluring and forces me to read the title. I think I might pick a darker background though just because this color looks a bit like a textbook to me (it might just be me though). I like "Burn Baby Burn" better because it has a lot more connotations than simply "burn," not to mention that I think actually an Ellen Hopkins book is called Burn with a very similar cover.
    • The title "Burn" is simpler and easier to remember. Also "Burn Baby Burn" refers to something different.
    • I prefer choice B because it is a more common phrase.
  • 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:

    • I liked option A the most because for me it was catchy but also meaningful and has a great summary of what to expect from the book. Option B wasn't as appealing to me because with depression you have to be strong so option A would be my choice.
    • choice A is more potent and catchy
    • I like the title in A more because of the empowerment it contains, implying that you can be strong in multiple ways (as a runner, in a struggle against depression). B's title is less dynamic and personally relevant in my opinion.
    • I like the thought of coming out of the dark because a lot of people who face dperession feel like they are in a dark hole that's impossible to escape. A beam of light could be taken a few different ways. It doesn't drive the point home as clearly.
    • I like "beam of Light" better because it invokes hopeful feelings. I would be more likely to read this book.
  • 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:

    • C begins with Declutter, which is a stronger verb than the ones used in the other titles. A uses a good verb to start the title but not as good as C. Choice B uses a verb that is a bit too vague. C and A have clearer verbs.
    • I like the variation with the word in #A. I don't necessarily feel like my life needs 'unstuffing,' so I put that last.
    • The titles that have the words relating to clutter are more appealing. They speak more directly to what the aim of the product is and I think the consumer would relate more readily to those words.
    • B because it sounds grammatically correct. C because it also sounds grammatically correct. A a sounds unappealing to have my life unstuffed
    • I like Declutter your life in option C. It's the most appealing and sounds grammatically correct. My next pick would be Unclutter your life in Option A. It also sounds grammatically correct but Declutter is more commonly used and is easier to read than Unclutter. Unstuff your life in Option B sounds very awkward and unnatural. It is the least appealing option.
  • Which book title, and subtitle would you rather read and why?

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

    • The book subtitle I would prefer to read first is option C because it designate feeling which is to the point of the subject.Second choice is option B because things can be many things but option C made a clear point of indicating feelings.Third choice is A because many things can be up and down nothing specific.
    • I really like A because its short and to the point. Easy to read and understand.
    • I like the simplicity of Option A, and it makes me curious to know more. For me, when "things" are down, I am also "feeling" down, so the subtitle on Option C is too obvious. I also like the additional information in the other options about metaphors; however, I don't think it is necessary to get the potential reader's attention.
    • I like B best because it describes more about what the point of the book is. I don't A, the title is too negative. I read it and didn't feel good about it. I don't think I would pick that book up to read it.
    • I chose based on which one was more concise
  • Based on the cover, which book would you rather buy?

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Books Read - Self-Help & Relationships (Books Read: Self Help & Relationships) and Amazon Prime Membership (Yes). A sample of responses:

    • I think the colors on that book cover are a bit more unique and stand out over the blue.
    • The colors on this cover are more calming.
    • Blue feels like a calmer color to me. I would hesitate based on the tagline, though - anything promising 3 easy steps to "create a new you" feels like a snake oil panacea
    • I chose A because I like how the title is laid on on the book, but also I find all the blue colors on the cover to be calming which is the point of the book.
    • I like the blue tones, I think they are more calming than the color scheme in B. I like the sizing of the title text in A better as well

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