Crowdfunding Participation Audience Targeting

Polls based on Crowdfunding Participation specific focus groups: Crowdfunding Non-Participant and Crowdfunding Participant

Polls with Crowdfunding Participation-specific Targeting

Check out 7 surveys targeting crowdfunding participation. Learn how they pose their questions and view the written responses.

  • Which book title is more appealing and intriguing?

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Crowdfunding Participation (Yes). A sample of responses:

    • I don't know what "Hands Dirty Fundraising" means, so I picked the one that I understood.
    • reading dirty is discouraging
    • The other one just sounds boring. Hands Dirty makes it sound like you are digging in and letting it all out.
    • Because it makes more sense to me.
    • I really don't prefer either, both worded poorly
  • Which design do you prefer?

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Crowdfunding Participation (Yes). A sample of responses:

    • images are better
    • The three graphics in the middle (expert series, interviews, and regulation review) drew my attention more than in B.
    • It is much more streamlined
    • the symbols in B looks weird
    • Graphics are a lot cleaner and appealing to me.
  • Which brand name do you prefer for an innovative smartphone mount?

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Crowdfunding Participation (Yes). A sample of responses:

    • This one sounds more like what the product actually is.
    • Option A gives a better idea of what the product is and how it might look, enabling us to visualize it without knowing anything else about the product.
    • Name seems more appealing.
    • Sounds less cheesy.
    • Using 2 instead of to is cringe
  • Which logo do you like best for a premium travel/technology brand?

    This is a 3 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Crowdfunding Participation (Yes). A sample of responses:

    • I feel like Option A is a lot more striking than option B and would be more advanced and innovative than option B as a logo.
    • i like the design
    • OPTION A IS MORE APPEALING FOR THE TYPE OF PRODUCT/SERVICE
    • A is the best of the bunch.
    • The minimalist logo looks better and sharper
  • Is this a good idea? A twin set of bags that can be hung under a table tennis table at each end which will hold 20 balls each. This is so the players can simply reach into the bag to grab a ball after each game rather than picking up same ball each time.

    This is a 1 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Crowdfunding Participation (Yes). A sample of responses:

    • Yes! It is such a pain to run around the room looking for the "lost" ball. This would make the game so much better. Great idea!
    • I like this idea, it is innovative and helpful.
    • i think it is a good idea that should come by default with the table you are buying.
    • I think it's a good idea and will save time which is a good thing.
    • Yes. It is a good idea.
  • Would you pay $24.99 for this product?

    This is a 1 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Crowdfunding Participation (Yes). A sample of responses:

    • There's existing products that are similar for only around $20, and there's even some with more features like pockets for $10 to 15$ that I've seen. I'd be interested in purchasing something like this, but $24.99 is a lot for what it offers, no matter how useful.
    • No, I don't think I would consider that price to be a highly good deal. I normally do not mind holding up devices upright myself when using, so for the price shown here I think it's a bit much for me to consider. I perhaps would consider it at around half the price -- and on a good time or good circumstance -- for when I'd be generous on buying or investing in such a tool.
    • At first I thought it aid $50 in which I would not, but with it being roughly $25, I definitely would. I personally think something like this should be included when you buy a tablet, but $25 isn't a lot and this would make your overall experience using the tablet a lot better. Also if your tablet ever gets hot, this will keep you from having it directly on your body which is always good. Overall great product!
    • No, most i would pay would be 19 it not worth 25
    • I dont think i would pay that much for it, as it is to niche of a product to spend 25$ on. maybe closer to 15.
  • Would you buy this product for $24.99? Do you like this video for a Kickstarter campaign?

    This is a 1 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Crowdfunding Participation (Yes). A sample of responses:

    • Honestly, I have no real use for this product. My "tablet" is a two-in-one (i.e. it attaches to a keyboard which can be adjusted to keep it upright if I choose) and, although I have a smart phone, I use it to play time waster games for which holding it in my hand is the best position, and never watch videos or do anything on it that would require it to be upright. If I did need something like this, however, I may consider it for 24.99. It's not a horrid price, but I'd be more tempted to buy it at 19.99, or, even better, at 14.99. The video's cute, but too fast paced for me (and I'm tired of seeing cute blond models promoting things...how about using a more "average" looking person...maybe a variety of people of all shapes, sizes, races, ages, and genders, to make the product seem more accessible to everyone?) One thing I noted was that you need to check your spelling/grammar (It's "lying ON your sofa", for example, not "in"...and you said "you tablet" instead of "your tablet." Sorry to be picky, but that could affect whether or not your marketing works!)
    • I like the video in the first place, it is fun and informative. I do like the product. It looks very useful and practical.
    • I like the video -- the woman seems fun and she shows a lot of personality. However, I probably wouldn't buy the product, although it seems useful. I'm really concerned about having such strong magnets that close to pricy electronics. Maybe you could add something explaining the product's safety? I'm assuming the magnets aren't strong enough to hurt phones, tablets, etc. but I'd like to see that acknowledged.
    • I really like the product. I have purchased other similar products such as pillows to hold tablets and this is really great because it doesn't block the screen like other holders do. I can imagine using it in the kitchen for when I am trying to follow a recipe so this might be a good visual to add. Also, it would be good for children watching their tablets in the car without having to hunch over looking at the screen. It would be helpful to have a strap somewhere on the base to make it easier to carry around. As much as I like the product, I'm not sure I would pay $24.99 for it. Possibly $20 but I don't feel it would get used very often and would possibly lose the magnetic pieces. The video is very good but I think it could be more clear about what comes with the product and how it works. I am thinking the base, a rectangular magnetic piece and a circular magnetic piece? There seems to be a sticky side to the magnets and if so, is it able to be removed and put on different devices? If the magnets are only able to use on one device, are there more available for purchase so we can use multiple devices on the same base?
    • I would pay the amount listed for this product at 25 dollars. I honestly believe this is a bargain price because I would think this product would cost more than the asking price. I would use this product everyday when I go to bed. It would get everyday use so I would feel like I am getting a bang for my bucks.

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