Books Read Science Fiction & Fantasy Audience Targeting

Polls based on Books Read Science Fiction & Fantasy specific focus groups: Science Fiction & Fantasy

Polls with Books Read Science Fiction & Fantasy-specific Targeting

Check out 10 surveys targeting books read - science fiction & fantasy. Learn how they pose their questions and view the written responses.

  • Which book would you buy?

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Age Range (18 24, 25 34) and Books Read - Science Fiction & Fantasy (Books Read: Science Fiction & Fantasy). A sample of responses:

    • I would but option B. The name of the book sounds a lot more interesting.
    • Option B just reads very oddly on it's own, like it was miswritten. Perhaps a subtitle would be useful here, but really I keep re-reading it and it just seems like a typo that should have read "good". Or even if it read "Your" instead of "the" it might translate better. Plus mixing a plural and singular so directly following one another is also weird to read. I think option A is easy to read when scanning book titles and it gives me a little bit of an idea of what I might expect the content to be.
    • I want to know what God has on his keys. Sounds interesting and fun. The other one just sounds like some stupid doctor or nurse story that will be lame.
    • I chose option A because it sounds like a more secular book; I am personally not a religious person and therefore am not interested as much in something that is explicitly religious. I also think that "The Mark of a Healer" has marketing potential and could be more visually appealing to customers who see the physical book on Amazon or in a store.
    • Sounds a little more mysterious of an idea while not being extremely vague with it's premise.
  • Based on the cover, which book would you rather buy?

    This is a 3 option poll with 200 respondents targeting Books Read - Science Fiction & Fantasy (Books Read: Science Fiction & Fantasy). A sample of responses:

    • B, the colors are vivid and the title contrasts nicely on the background, the colors used contrast well with the other areas on the cover. The character holding the sword interests me and makes me wonder if that is the blacksmith, and why is he wandering.A, the objects depicted on the cover make me intrigued, I want to learn more about what the objects are.C, the design is fairly simple, and makes me kind of uninterested in the book by the color that appears to be hand drawn with something akin to crayons.
    • All of these book covers are pretty unappealing but the one that I've ranked first is the best of a bad bunch. The other two seem like something 3D generated in a poor game and then copy-pasted onto a book cover. Option C at least looks like it was meant to be a book cover.
    • The image is clean and simple in A. It makes me curious to look further. B is also close. The knight gives me a visual that I might not make in my head while reading the book. C looks like a not very skilled artist drew the picture. I wouldn't even pick up the book.
    • I voted in the order of how best the picture was drawn. The first one is too sketchy. The other two are more realistic.
    • I like B the most and also A. The covers are well traditional art types of style which I like. I do not like C. The cover is kind of childiah and makes me think this a book for younger demographics
  • Rank which of these best matches the description of a symbol found on a mysterious continent far away that is older than human civilization in a dark fantasy universe?

    This is a 4 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Books Read - Science Fiction & Fantasy (Books Read: Science Fiction & Fantasy). A sample of responses:

    • Made my choices based on which best matches the description of a symbol found on a mysterious continent far away that is older than human civilization in a dark fantasy universe
    • The last choice looks to common almost tribal or pacific. The second choice is pretty good but looks too close to a nuclear symbol. The first choice is really unique, never seen anything like it before so it is perfect for this,
    • I chose B because the drawing did not remind me of anything of this world
    • I think A makes a great logo as the circles resemble planets.
    • The top choice looks like a circle of four people chanting. I thought it looks to most like an old cave painting or something similar.
  • Which of these book descriptions would make you most likely want to buy the (fantasy) book it is for?

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

    • I think that open c gives a good description of what is going on in the world and a good bit of introduction to what to expect and makes me excited to read more
    • The third choice of "welcome home" bothers me. Yo, Tolkein and Game of Thrones. Don't start by saying you're way better than the masters. I like the first choice for saying it breaks a lot of tired tropes, which is a problem in the genre. Option C jumps into the worldbuilding, and that makes it better than the one that starts off with the alien world name.
    • C was the best description. It was the easiest to follow and it also had the best word choice that I could connect with.
    • C is a great description of the book. Engaging and entertaining.
    • C gives me a vivid description of this book, and it makes me very interested in the story. B is a good description, it would make me somewhat interested. A seems to just be a copy of B and I would be bored by that
  • Which image do you prefer?

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

    • So the wooden X is actually really nice in my opinion, and you can see the grain in the wood very clearly. The zoomed in version of the Titanium block on the wooden stand, is definitely the most appealing. It just looks more familiar, higher quality, and is just more visually pleasing. It fits in there just perfect.
    • I'm confused about what's being sold here. Is it the titanium block and the holder? Just the block? If it's just the block, then leave the holder out. If it's both of them, then put them both in the photo
    • I picked these in the order of overall preference based on the aesthetics
    • The layout was better in C and I felt it just had a slightly better design.
    • I chose Option B first as it has a symmetry to it. They work well next to one another. I chose Option A over option C because I liked the number info displayed so clearly on the front and felt that on Option C it was just not as interesting as the other two.
  • Based on the cover, which book would you rather buy?

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

    • the black and white looks really interesting and spooky at the same time
    • This one looks more serious
    • If diminished is an important part of the title, the color of the book cover should be dark, not bright white. The design on B is better too
    • I like B because it makes me think that the lady in the hand is walking away from something in B which makes me wonder what she is walking away from.
    • I prefer the darker color background.
  • Which image do you prefer?

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

    • C is just TOO plain for the main product image, A is good since its different
    • The items lined up horizontally is easier to read the labels.
    • These could use a little more variety with the images, I liked my first choice because it looks more elegant
    • A is my top pick because of the fact that the angular pattern in which the product is shown makes it much more appealing to the eye and makes me more likely to stop on it and takes interest. The others are featured in a much more plain and less interesting manner.
    • Option B is nice and orderly without being in bad taste. That said, I don't like option A at all.
  • You are browsing Amazon and come across this book. Which description is more likely to make you buy?

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

    • I like telling me Lex's name right away so that I can be more invested in the following text.
    • I think this book sounds like the world is more well fleshed out and something that I could easily get lost in.
    • B sounds slightly more enticing to me thanks to the additional details and the potential of a team up when Lex recruits more people for her cause.
    • I like the description of the worlds first. It sets the stage for me before it introduces the character. I also don't know what Ascend is in A. Unanswered name drop.
    • B makes more sense and paints more of a vivid picture in my mind than A does. It is more descriptive.
  • Which synopsis makes you want to read Rebellion's Martyr?

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

    • Option a of a better write up and leave me wanting more. It really gets my imagination going
    • The early statement of humans as a whole versus lex's family makes it a lot more interesting.
    • It leaves more to contemplate when ended with a question.
    • I like that the synopsis ends in a question. It makes me want to read on and learn how the story would progress.
    • A sounds more interesting and involving. B is okay but I didn't connect as well.
  • Which image do you prefer?

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

    • I liked the option with the carrying case. Seeing the case helped give an overall size to everything.
    • A includes the case, and has the brush tips closer together to compare easily. It also has the grits lined up for easy comparison. B feels too empty, too much empty white space.
    • I like seeing the ones with the box. It looks more professional.
    • I prefer the more radial design
    • I like seeing the carrying case.

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