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.

  • 50 Respondents Non-Fiction Reader

    Which book would you buy?

    This is a 8 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Literary Preference. A sample of responses:

    • E- sounded intriguing I love to hear perspectives of personal change. The title itself makes me curious. B- This sounds like a story of someone with heart and passion and wants better I like inspirational stories. H- Barefoot really shows this person was in a down place, but is still doing well for others, I'd like to read what this is about. D- I love stories of personal change and what it took to get there. G- This one was my last choice, I don't care for anything that has to do with millionaires and that was the rest of the options, but this title is very subjective and could be an interesting story. E is the best option than all of the choices, in my opinion.
    • I chose these in order of what seemed most interesting to me.
    • The more realistic and plausible the title, the more I felt I could tell what the book was about and the higher I rated it. I did not like the other titles as they seemed pedantic.
    • I think the best choice is "The Millionaire Migrant" because the title is intriguing (I want to know how a migrant, someone who is generally thought of as poor, becomes a millionaire). The title also uses alliteration (use of the "m" sound), which makes the title fun to say and easy to remember. My second choice is "The Barefoot Migrant Who Is Changing the World" because, similar to "The Millionaire Migrant," I want to know how someone in deep poverty (represented by the term "barefoot") can change the world. My third choice is "The Millionaire Who Drank from Puddles" because it paints a funny picture in the mind (the imagery is intriguing-- I picture someone in a 3-piece suit and Rolex watch drinking from a mud puddle). My fourth choice is From Prisoner to Master because it suggests a "rags-to-riches" narrative.
    • Option C, "The Millionaire Who drank From Puddles" sounds the most interesting out of all of the choices. I am not sure what the book is about, but it would make me think there is something I could learn about being resourceful or creative to improve my own finances. Option H makes me wonder what could be done to change the world by walking around barefoot. Option E makes me think it could be an interesting story about someone who was able to change their life around through prison, maybe a story about overcoming addiction or something similar. I don't like Option A and F as much as the first three selections, but I would read these based on only knowing the title over options G, B, and D. Option A makes me think it could be about traveling and living a nomadic lifestyle while becoming a millionaire. Option F, Three Snickers and a Dream, makes me think it is about someone who has overcome the odds to be successful, or maybe found inspiration from the Snickers® brand candy bar.
  • 50 Respondents Fiction Reader

    Which book would you be more likely to buy?

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

    • Looks more modern and minimalist. Much more appealing.
    • It has an aesthetic vibe to it. it seems to deal with a more modern conflict. Choice A seemed more crude. More suggestive of a backwoods, backwater type of aura. Personally I'd grab A just on the level that the cover looks more professional. No offence to those that worked on A. :-)
    • I chose this one because I liked the more realistic picture; however, I think this picture could be improved if a little bit of the neighborhood showed in the foreground like Option B. You can't really tell from the image that the building is a part of the subdivision or exactly what it is.
    • I find choice A to be more captivating.
    • I choose option A because the cover is more appealing and makes me more curious about the novel. Option B is a nice clean presentation, but it looims like a cheaper print for publishing with less budget.
  • 50 Respondents Non-Fiction Reader

    Which book would you buy?

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

    • The opening paragraph of choice B is more dynamic. The overall text is shorter.
    • This one seems to tell me more about what this book is about.
    • Option A turns into gibberish half way through. Option B makes a stronger, more coherent argument about why this book is valuable to hiring managers.
    • More specific towards the book topic.
    • I like the intro to B better. It is more professional.
  • 50 Respondents Non-Fiction Reader

    Which book would you buy?

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

    • OPTION A SOUNDS LIKE A MORE INTERESTING READ.
    • More relatable using the singer example.
    • I would purchase option A. It was catchier.
    • I like how Choice A started off with a realistic hypothetical scenario to illustrate the type of hiring issues the book would be covering and intending to solve.
    • Option A catches your attention and makes you realize what you would be in for right away. It's intriguing and makes you want to keep reading. Option A makes more sense with the initial paragraph and would get people to read the length of the article. Option A would appeal to a wider audience of people and make them more likely to continue on.
  • 50 Respondents Fiction Reader

    Which Title and Tagline Is More Appealing for This Suburban Crime Story?

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

    • Option A seems a little more edgy and grabs your attention better.
    • I picked B because the title in A just makes it seem like a wild conspiracy theory
    • I like the Title Harmony Hills better than Crackpot, because it just sounds better. Since I live in an HOA I also liked the wording an "angry Homeowners association" and an All out War. It just sounds more interesting than the other wording. Might have to read this one.
    • The whole story takes place on harmony hills and it is basically where all of the tension lies. If the protagonist moved to say denver with his dreams nothing of this sort would take place. The location plays the second biggest impact on the entire story, it's only fitting the book be named after it. Harmony hills also plays on irony because it's there is no harmony at all, and lastly i think harmony hills is way more suspenseful.
    • I like Harmony Hills better than Crackpot. It seems more interesting to me and has my curiousity.
  • 50 Respondents Non-Fiction Reader

    I am writing a non-fiction book on accounting for entrepreneurs. Which book title is catchier?

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

    • grabs my attention more
    • I picked this because it sounds more concrete in the way it describes building a business.
    • I prefer A, because I think that title has a more interesting ring to it, and it makes me think of "revealing" an easier path to accounting.
    • I think A is more attention grabbing.
    • I feel like it sounds more motivational. Almost a get down to business and do what you need to do to make money
  • 50 Respondents Non-Fiction Reader

    Which book title is more appealing?

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

    • Sounds more exciting, more head-strong, go get them attitude.
    • the word 'ticks' in A makes it seem like someone has tourettes syndrome
    • It has less in the way of buzzwords that mean little. Mentioning the actual strategies it uses helps sell the book.
    • I chose B because it sounds better overall.
    • I think Option B has more broad appeal and is in plain terms versus whatever Option A is describing.
  • 50 Respondents Fiction Reader

    Which book would you rather read?

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

    • I chose B because I have no clue how to even pronounce the name in choice A.
    • B is easier to pronounce and understand without any other info, also like the "Sky Pirate" wording
    • Sounds less generic
    • I FIND THE TITLE OF B MORE APPEALING
    • BEST FOR EDUCATIONS AND MIND RELAXATION
  • 50 Respondents Fiction Reader

    Which book title most grabs your attention and makes you eager to read?

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

    • The quest makes me seem like it is longer then it possibly is. Also quest denotes some difficulty. Title without it changes nothing
    • The added "Quest" just makes the title seem clunky to me.
    • Most likely, you'll only pick up a book if it has an intriguing title and cover design.In the hook, you grab your reader's attention with a memorable story or fact or question.
    • Option B seems to be on the borderline of being redundant. Pirates are on quests, or they would not be pirates.
    • The "quest" is unnecessary and awkward to say
  • 50 Respondents Non-Fiction Reader

    What are your thoughts on this Book Title "En-lighten-ment: The Mind Management Toolbox for Success & Happiness"

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

    • The overall title sounds fine, but I don't understand what the point of the hypens are. It goes right over my head.
    • It sounds like it would be a really useful book to read
    • I think "En-lighten-ment" is too new-age and sounds too ordinary, but I like "The Mind Management Toolbox". I think something more dynamic in front of "The Mind Management Toolbox" would work really well.
    • This book very informative for how to get a success and happiness.
    • I do not like the fact they have hyphens in the title.

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