Exercise Frequency Audience Targeting

Polls based on Exercise Frequency specific focus groups: Low Exercise, Medium Exercise, and High Exercise

Polls with Exercise Frequency-specific Targeting

Check out 6 surveys targeting exercise frequency. Learn how they pose their questions and view the written responses.

  • Which one would you buy based on the Look and Size? same function.

    This is a 3 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Exercise Frequency (1 3 Times/Week). A sample of responses:

    • The one I chose has the most professional looking photos. And I think it is a great size.
    • I prefer the looks of B best although they are all a lot alike.
    • The light colored stripe on A is distinctive and would be easily seen. It looks more stylish and possible a bit larger.
    • I chose based on the bright colors of the bags as well as their overall cleanliness.
    • its more appealing
  • What questions or concerns do you have before purchasing this bar?

    This is a 1 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Exercise Frequency (1 3 Times/Week, 4+ Times/Week). A sample of responses:

    • I'd probably want to see an actual nutrition label, but that's about it.
    • I want to know the nutrition facts table for this bar. All the nuts that are included in the process of making the bar. I am allergic to a certain type of nuts.
    • This is well written and well advertised, but I need more info. Without knowing the actual FDA required list of ingredients, amount of calorie, protein, etc I can't guarantee that I would buy this just on what is listed above.
    • Is the bar expensive. Do they come in bulk?
    • I would have to know the ingredients. Many nutrition bars are made with cheap sources of highly processed protein such as hexane extracted soy protein because it is cheap as its a byproduct of soy oil . I hope his bar is made with whole food ingredients
  • Which option would you buy if you were in the market for a vibrating foam roller? Would you pay an additional $5 for a massage ball if it came with it? Please be specific with your answer.

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Exercise Frequency (1 3 Times/Week, 4+ Times/Week). A sample of responses:

    • For an extra 5 dollars, it seems like a better deal than option A
    • If I'm in the market for something that costs this much anyway, for me an additional 7% or so cost to get an accessory would not be a big deal. I probably would check online what the massage ball would cost on its own first before reaching my final decisions (so if it was worth more than the $5, I would be more inclined to pick this option).
    • Yeah, that seems like a fair price for the extra item
    • I think it is worth the extra $5 for the massage ball, if you are already paying $85 for the massager itself.
    • I would buy the Option A because it is cheaper than Option B. I honestly would not need the extra $5 for the massage ball. Also I don't think a massage ball would cost $5, I think $1 would be an appropriate price.
  • Would you use this product? "Bohemian Breakfast"

    This is a 1 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Exercise Frequency (4+ Times/Week). A sample of responses:

    • Sounds healthy and good for the diet. I would use if it game more information on the flavor
    • If its a coffee creamer woukd anyone ever use enough for it to be effective?
    • I would definitely use this product since i'm a coffee drinker every morning and usually skip breakfast. Love that its Keto and Paleo friendly too!
    • nice, sounds great. I love coffee and I try to eat healthy every day so this would make a perfect dietary addition
    • I would be interested in at least trying it, and possibly using it going forward if I like the taste and find it filling.
  • Which bar would you be more inclined to purchase?

    This is a 4 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Exercise Frequency (4+ Times/Week, 1 3 Times/Week) and Nutritional Supplements (Yes, Some Days, Yes, Every Day). A sample of responses:

    • Body fuel sounds like a product that can help me get through the day, so I prefer body fuel.
    • I chose the options based on the title of the product. I think Body Fuel and Mind Fuel made the most sense. I preferred Sleep Fuel over Joint Fuel.
    • I would choose body fuel first. It sounds best to me. Fuel for the whole body. But I wouldn't choose sleep fuel. It doesn't sound right to me.
    • Definitely joint for me based on the more issues I have with sore joints after a workout.
    • I would want to see how a bar would help me sleep, plus the design is the most soothing
  • What do you think is the best main product image for Amazon?

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Exercise Frequency (1 3 Times/Week, 4+ Times/Week) and Amazon Prime Membership (Yes). A sample of responses:

    • I prefer option A because I like how the product is displayed so you can see the digital display.
    • The way the product and accessories are laid out in B make it easier to visualize how they go together. It's also more artistic and interesting to look at.
    • B shows a better size comparison with the items laid near and against the case as opposed to A which shows larger images of the items in the case and can be misleading
    • I think option A is the best main product image for Amazon because the additional pieces or attachments for the product are arranged very neatly, they don't look messy which makes the image easier to look at and assess. The main product itself is also much easier to see since it's a more closeup shot of it, so that also makes it the better image.
    • The close up view of the main product itself, rather than the accessories, shows it in a more eye-catching way. I particularly like the blue and green colors.

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