Education Audience Targeting

Polls based on Education specific focus groups: High School, College, and Grad School

Polls with Education-specific Targeting

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

  • Which book title is more appealing?

    This is a 3 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Education (College, Grad School). A sample of responses:

    • The smaller and thinner fonts are better
    • I like the bold text better, but I like the copy on option B the most.
    • Option C makes it sound like it will be very easy to do, and might not even involve math. It also sounds more universal, like I don't need to know much about business in order to use it. Option B is a nice, short, punchy title that still tells me what it's about, and is something I would want if I already considered myself a busy professional or someone who aspires to be a professional. Option A is short and punchy, yet descriptive, and targets me as a professional or potential professional, but with 'System' being in quotes it makes me think that there is something different that might be sketchy legally.
    • I think in this order appeals the best to me.
    • I chose the titles based on which was easiest to read. I felt B rolled off my tongue the most, A was the next easiest title to understand, and C took a bit more effort to read and understand.
  • Which book title is more appealing?

    This is a 3 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Education (Grad School). A sample of responses:

    • Option B sounds more like a demand, rather than advice for how to finish and graduate on time.
    • It is more effective in conveying exactly what it is that would be learned from the book. It also offers a value list whereas Option B does not. Say a reader wanted to Master Effectiveness and had no perceived issues with finishing on time. That would be an immediate turn off to the reader on Option B's title.
    • Option B is direct and to the point.
    • While I feel that most people would go with Option B because it is short and to the point, when it comes to important research and data, I would much prefer the long title as it gives specifics and shows a range of what will be discusses. For example, the first option, discusses reducing stress, which the second option leaves out. If I am looking for a book that assists in effectiveness and stress reduction, the second option would not be found in my search as it was not within the title.
    • Choice A, to me personally is the best, because reducing stress in school, is one of the hardest things to do, so any book that will help me learn and reduce stress at the same time.. sounds perfect.
  • Which book title is more appealing?

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Education (College, Grad School). A sample of responses:

    • I like the use of the word "smart"
    • A large majority of people will understand the lexicon of this title better
    • Digerati is a really pretentious sounding turn of phrase and kind of sets me against the book at first glance. Even if the text is good, I really don't want to be in contempt of the branding before I ever set eyes on the first page.
    • The title sounds slightly less alarmist.
    • I find Option B to be more interesting. It's to the point and descriptive. It tells me what I can expect and what the contents of the book will be focused on.
  • Which book would you buy?

    This is a 3 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Education (College, Grad School). A sample of responses:

    • i think the first option i chose is good and i raises your attention
    • Option A's title is interesting because it could be about almost anything on the planet so that alone draws you in.
    • Specific examples that draw my attention to the subtitle.
    • I really liked "Whatever Works" as presented in Option A. I like that the title is a bit subtle and there is also double meaning that can be inferred in the context of an office. I feel that the title really stands out and would lead more people to at least read the description. Option C and Option B were close, but both were far from Option A . I liked the "Power Suits" with Option C as it gave the work a more authoritative sound. Option B was a bit bland and I really disliked the capitalized "US" as I read it as "U.S" as opposed to the pronoun.
    • A is very simple. It is appealing to me. I felt it is directed to me. I feel related to it. There is a sense of connection so I can read the book. C is comprehensive. It is a book that I would display on my shelf after reading. It is not prefered on A but I liked the idea. It is unique. B , as a female , I could not related because why blue ties not pink or green. It felt discriminatory.
  • Which book title is more compelling?

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Education (College, Grad School). A sample of responses:

    • I like that this title expresses "YOU" as opposed to getting a job that is your only option or what someone else wants. The other title is too bland, Option B would be better for a blog post.
    • A may sound attractive, but I feel B is more down to earth and practical.
    • Option A sounds more proactive and empowering. It's short, to the point, and is highly action oriented. In short, the title is direct and is a call to action.
    • This is short and to the point. I would buy this book in an instant.
    • It emphasize the world YOU, thus get more attention
  • I'm writing a book on how to attract and hire great people. What title do you like the best?

    This is a 3 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Education (College). A sample of responses:

    • YOU CAN'T GO WRONG WITH THE WORD WINNING IT'S VERY POSITIVE. A TELLS ME THEY ARE HIRING BUT I DON'T LIKE THE SOUND OF AUTHENTIC HIRING. C OBSESSION DOESN'T CREATE A POSITIVE IMAGE I THINK OF OBSESSION AS A NEGATIVE
    • I believe everyone should be authentic in everything that they do which is why I like Choice A the most. Choice B sounded cool. Choice C sounded bad because of the word obsession.
    • I ranked them in which jumped out at me and which would interest me to read the book.
    • I chose option B because I think that's exactly what it is. Right now there are so many open positions and only so many job seekers to go around. How can you be the most attract the best people.
    • Authentic Hiring sounds the most helpful for a book about hiring people. It's the one that would intrigue me the most. I really don't like using the word obsession in the name because it feels negative. Winning the Talent War is ok, but it's not clear that it's for the hirer and not the person being hired. I dislike obsession hiring a lot more though, so I chose it third.
  • I'm writing a book on how to attract and hire great people. What title do you like the best?

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Education (College). A sample of responses:

    • Option B sounds more positive with the word Win instead of Escape. I think people prefer positivity and will more likely read the book based on that.
    • Option B used the term war, which I do not think should be associated with work. Escape the Hiring Trap seems more appropriate to how hiring applies to businesses
    • the idea in option b of winning the talent war is much more on point and engaging for this subject matter.
    • Don't get cute with titles. Just state the overall topic and the book will sell.
    • Option A caught my attention right away with the word "Escape". That word is so evocative and causes you to want to know more. The first phrase also made more sense to me. Option B with "Win the Talent War" could mean a lot of different things and doesn't point specifically to what your book is about. Good luck!

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