Literary Preference Audience Targeting

Polls based on Literary Preference specific focus groups: Fiction Reader and Non-Fiction Reader

Polls with Literary Preference-specific Targeting

Check out 10 surveys targeting literary preference. Learn how they pose their questions and view the written responses.

  • Which Comedy Travel Adventure book title would make you want to buy the book if you saw it on an Amazon Travel Humor book sales page?

    This is a 4 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Literary Preference (Non Fiction). A sample of responses:

    • Opton C was the least offensive title for me and I would buy that one above all else. Option B was a rather vague title for me. Option D and A I did not particularly like because it has the word Idiot in it and I do not feel any book title humorous or otherwise should use the word idiot in it. It is too condescending.
    • "Half man Half idiot" is funny and memorable enough to stand out.
    • I'm looking for a book written by an author with a unique perspective. "Midlife" suggests this the most. "Half Man Half Idiot" is at least a funny title, so it gets second place. The other two seem least interesting.
    • the first two are better to me. Not fond of "idiot" in the title.
    • I ranked them in order of what sounds like be the most descriptive and funniest and most humorous title to the least.
  • Based on the cover, which book would you rather buy?

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Books Read Per Month (4+), Book Format (E Books), and Literary Preference (Fiction). A sample of responses:

    • Option B screams self-published book, which calls into question the quality of the writing and editing. I also tend to be turned off by a mention of an unknown series on the cover, particularly if I haven't read anything from the author previously. Option A is artsy and unique. It makes me curious about the book.
    • The painted illustration of the paranoid looking women seems like an entertaining thriller to read
    • I think I like this style very much.
    • option B looks action packed, i love the use of technology in the picture. that covers hooks me from the start. i dont know what option A is about just by glancing at it. I dont get the impression it is a mystery it look more like historical romance would pass on it
    • I feel the painted art makes the item stand out a little bit, especially as the alternative appears to be kind of stock items for the cover and just doesn't look very good.
  • Which book blurb would entice you more to purchase?

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Literary Preference (Fiction). A sample of responses:

    • I like choice A because the text is more detailed and informative than B.
    • A has a more dramatic beginning and starts more vague and big picture (which is nicer), whereas B goes right into the nitty gritty which fails to capture my attention.
    • I chose B because it had a lot more descriptive words that drew me in. This blurb was also shorter and to the point. I am more likely to want to know more about this book. I would pick up B, I wouldn't pick up A.
    • I like B. IT starts out intriguing from mentioning the stolen crystal in the first line. That grabs my attention. I didn't choose A because I didn't like the choppy way it was written. It takes away from the drama and intrigue the way it's written with short choppy sentences. in B, I'm able to get a feeling of the place, situation and more with the thick, textured words and descriptions. Words like desperation, ancient, centuries and dream all conjure up cool images and make me want to read it!
    • The first paragraph of choice B is much easier to understand, and by being easier to read, makes it more likely that I will continue to read the rest of the blurb.
  • Based on the description, which book would you rather buy?

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Books Read Per Month (1 3) and Literary Preference (Non Fiction). A sample of responses:

    • Seems like the story is more imaginitive and would be a much more enjoyable read to me than option A
    • The beginning of B is all about the reader. They can connect with it immediately and want to read more. ChoicemAmtakes a bit to,get to that point and the reader may already be gone.
    • Sounds more geared to people with average lives.
    • The opening sentence invites the reader to move forward. After doing this, A also flows much nicer
    • A is much more straight forward and I have a better understanding of the book.
  • As a reader of heroic fantasy, how likely would you consult this companion book to find out about the series?

    This is a 1 option poll with 100 respondents targeting Literary Preference (Fiction) and Books Read Per Month (4+, 1 3). A sample of responses:

    • The only heroic fantasy I have read is Harry Potter. I have no interest in the book.
    • I don't find the cover appealing, but might want to consult this if I was reading the series
    • Font selection was good and perfectly matched for the title.
    • I have always found companion books helpful. Sometimes when an author is writing a book of at least 1000 pages, certain things can not be explained as thoroughly as in the book. Authors are free to provide additional information about the characters or about the setting. For Example, a companion book can contain recipes from that period.
    • I do like fantasy and weapons too so a detailed guide companion book would be helpful and interesting to flip through for reference.
  • Based on the cover, which book about a steamy, sweet romantic comedy would you rather buy?

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Literary Preference (Fiction). A sample of responses:

    • I like the addition of real humans on this cover. It helps me to be able to imagine what type of romance may happen between them.
    • I like choice b because it is more animated.
    • I chose A because it appears to have a more romantic setting, quite appealing and interesting to look at.
    • The lighting and composition convey "steamy" much more effectively. Example B could be a children's book.
    • Hayleigh sol book cover feels romantic and also comedy that i want to likely to buy. Option B is simply about the fantasy but not the comedy mix up. so i chose option A
  • Does this book cover intrigue you enough to want to learn more about it?

    This is a 1 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Literary Preference (Fiction). A sample of responses:

    • Maybe. I love to read books about writers and this looks like it could be about that, but I hate dogs so it's not really an appealing cover to me personally.
    • yes, i love it, it is very captivating. it has a warm allure.
    • No; not at all. Not seeing the connection of aliens and a dog eating a book. Inclined to think I would not be interested at all in the book's content.
    • It looks like a cute story about a dog eating a book... except, aliens? I'm not into science fiction and the aliens look cartoon-like and don't fit in with the dog. I usually love dog stories, though.
    • NOT REALLY, IT DOES NOT GIVE ME ENOUGH INFORMATION FOR ME TO WANT TO READ MORE. THE IMAGE IS GOOD HOWEVER
  • Which book cover do you like the best?

    This is a 2 option poll with 100 respondents targeting Gender (Female) and Literary Preference (Fiction). A sample of responses:

    • i like that the two people in the ad are closer up and i like the boldness of the tagline. It draws my attention and would make me find out more about the ad.
    • this one is way easier to read
    • I think that image B looks more typical of a modern romance novel for the couple to be zoomed in. Also the font looks better in my opinion.
    • I prefer B. I think the different colors and fonts in A make the book feel disjointed.
    • Being closer to the couple in the image makes the emotions in it more immediate.
  • Which book cover makes you want to find out more about the book?

    This is a 4 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Literary Preference (Fiction). A sample of responses:

    • Really like the first 3. Fun and easy to see and grabs your attention. The first one stands out the most to me.
    • I like the more abstract art. It challenges my imagination more.
    • C has a very interesting and ominous cover, it is very inviting, B comes next, it also has a very interesting cover, A comes next, it is okay as well but not as alluring as the others, D comes last, it has the least allure but it looks okay.
    • I chose option D as rank one because I really like the cover of the person as a galaxy with aircraft. I chose option B as rank two because I like alien spacecraft picture. I chose option C as rank three because the cover of the book is well done with the light. I chose option A as rank four because I think the alien eye is ugly.
    • Option A makes me want to find more about the book.
  • Which book title for a medical/legal thriller would you rather read and why?

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Literary Preference (Fiction). A sample of responses:

    • This title is more scandalous. It makes me think of something that is super taboo and uncommon that woiuld be exciting. The other is quite cliche looking
    • prefer A sounds more intriguing gets my attention
    • The title is more descriptive gives a title that makes you think of fiction. the other title is too broad and i dont know what the book would be about
    • I love the sound of unethical. It has this intriguing sound to it that just draws you in. it would make me want to pick up the book just to find out about it. Also the name has a ring to it that makes you think andponder about it.
    • It really grabs me, makes me think it's thrilling. The other one is so passive.

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