Nutritional Supplements Audience Targeting

Polls based on Nutritional Supplements specific focus groups: No Supplements and Nutritional Supplements

Polls with Nutritional Supplements-specific Targeting

Check out 2 surveys targeting nutritional supplements. Learn how they pose their questions and view the written responses.

  • Which product name is more appealing?

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Nutritional Supplements (Yes). A sample of responses:

    • It sounds more like a treatment. Option B sounds like a complication.
    • This sounds less intimidating.
    • it makes a little more sense to me, because with the other one i dont really understand it. the name just also sounds better.
    • use of the word complex - implies sophistication
    • It sounds more medicinal.
  • Which product are you more likely to purchase?

    This is a 3 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Nutritional Supplements (Yes). A sample of responses:

    • Option C is the most appeasing description of a gut rebuilding supplement. Option A sounds more simple and option B just sounds gross.
    • Honestly, I don't like any of these options. I think the use of the word "gut" is somewhat offensive and sounds gross to me. With that being said, I would pick option A as my first choice, the name is the most pleasant. Following choice A is Gut Repair Nutrients, which still sounds better than Retiva Gut, my last choice.
    • I picked my choices based upon how much I wanted to try the product, or how attractive the word was to me, then went down from there.
    • Chocie A is the best due to simplicity in pronouncing the name. Choice C has a cute somewhat easy to remember name. Choice B has a horrible sounding name that the reader isn't sure exactly what is suppossed to be.
    • C sounds like a disease. Yikes! A is clear and catchy. B has too many words.

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