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 book would you buy?

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

    • I like that it says the failure of the self help movement. Its intriguing.
    • It seems more personally relevant while B seems more aimed at the self-help industry in general.
    • The other title seemed a bit too aggressive in blaming the reader for their failure.
    • Its very descriptive
    • I think Option A puts this more in lamen terms that can be well understood.
  • Which book description do you like best or would be more likely to purchase?

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

    • Both are just fine
    • I prefer B because it is not written in the second person. A is in the second person and that doesn't seem to fit a book summary.
    • Choice B leaves you with an intriguing question and leaves you wondering what is going to happen next
    • This excerpt makes me want to read the book more. I like the self reflection of the character Connor.
    • A sounds more intriguing.
  • Which book cover do you prefer?

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

    • I don't think a picture of a person should be on the front
    • Option B is much more visually appealing and relatable. The man in the image of Option A wouldn't fit in with most people's self view and would turn a number of people off on the book itself. Option B is more relatable and fits better with the topic and them of the book. Option B would get a wider audience of people interested and willing to pick the book up off the shelf and see what it has to offer.
    • More obvious and detailed
    • I picked B because I would most likely pick up a book that does not have a creepy looking man on the cover.
    • That guy is creepy
  • Which book cover do you prefer?

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

    • I like that it is bold with big print and colors. The other is kind of goofy and romantic with the heart and the cursive font.
    • I prefer this option because of the font and color scheme. I feel like it is easier to read in this format.
    • B is "too loud" and is hard to decipher what the book is about.
    • The other title didn't make as much sense to me and it was confusing with the tag line in between
    • I choose B because the book cover stands out and is eye catching.
  • Which book are you more likely to buy on Amazon?

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

    • I think choice b's minimalist design and color scheme is more appealing. Never judge a book by its cover though, right?
    • Both are quite corny but the B choice looks classic at least
    • I just like the way the cover looks better. I know they say not to judge a book by its cover but it is what i do most of the time.
    • It is much more eye-catching and I think the type is the right size to be easy to read and understand.
    • REALLY tough call. I like them both, but the punch-through-the-book-cover thingy has been done a few too many times in recent years.
  • Which book are you more likely to buy on Amazon?

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

    • I like the calming, serene colors of Option B.
    • The orange really makes it stand out.
    • I prefer the curved path
    • I like the colors better in B
    • looks more encompassing
  • Which synopsis would most interest you in this sci-fi book and why?

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

    • Intro in A is just a collection of facts, not prose.
    • I think this makes the journey and the story seem more epic. The other seems more like a political drama and not as big as an adventure.
    • Seems more straightforward and less like it's trying to oversell the premise
    • simple and too the point
    • I really like A. I think by using in a land, it can make it anywhere. That is more appealing to the person, that would be reading the book.
  • Which synopsis would most interest you in this fantasy book and why?

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

    • A seems like it makes more sense. B is more confusing
    • My interest was kept more with Option B.
    • This version makes me more curious about how the story will unfold with the present day NYC writer's story somehow engaging his friend in the 300 years ago plotline. Also, flameheaded woman? is her hair on fire or is it red? LOL I'm curious about her role and her involvement.
    • I can imagine B in a story. A is just too over the top.
    • I mainly liked the intro better, it explains and paces things in a easier to understand way for the reader.
  • Which synopsis would most interest you in this sci-fi book and why?

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

    • A seems more exciting and interesting to me even though it is longer.
    • I like choice A since it is more in depth and detailed bout what is happening in this book. The reading of choice A was much more compelling and captivating than choice B which seems to skim over a lot of what choice A spoke of.
    • Less words are employed in getting theme and story concept across. B does mention England as their destination which A does not.
    • I like B because I feel like it says the same exact thing as A but without so many words. A feels like it has too many "filler" words in it just to bulk it up.
    • Option B gives a more enticing description of the book. It adds a little mystery and intrigue, which would make me much more likely to pick up this book and read it.
  • Which book would you buy?

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

    • I like choice B because the picture of the person isn't as small and gets my attention quickly. Choice A looks nice, but it reminds me of my grandmother's murder mysteries and it looks outdated.
    • I like option A because the picture of the woman looks real, unlike in option B. I also like the red and gray color scheme better. The overall picture in option A seems more mysterious than option B and that appeals to me more. The font used for the title in option A also seems like a better choice.
    • A is definitely more mysterious and fascinating. That is the one that would make me think I'm reading a really good book that I will find fascinating. The other has too much yellow for me and the spooky caped person is interesting, but the mirror on A makes the statement.
    • A gives more of a sense of mystery, suggesting a deeper plot. I also like the font much better.
    • It better captures the title. A Bloodline's Echo implies it may be a story about a familial lineage. There's the literal crimson dashes that look like blood. There's also an expensive looking mirror that looks like it could be a unique family heirloom. The image is also much cleaner and more sharply defined.

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