This is a 5 option poll with 200 respondents targeting Small Business Owner / Side Hustles (Yes), Books Read Per Month (1 3), and Amazon Prime Membership (Yes). A sample of responses:
- E - This tempts me most to buy the book as it uses the words "Like a Pro". It also gives me a timeline (90 days) and it tells me what the aim is "to attract more Saas Customers". This Title also flows when reading it.B-I like the "How To". The Title tells me clearly what the book is about and what I'll learn. Just not quite as tempting as E.C-I like the word "Blueprint". It is descriptive and straight to the point. The Title also gives me a goal (to 1000 customers and beyond). And the word "startup" is appealing as I feel if I was looking to buy this type of book, I could identify with being referred to as a startup.D-This Title is a bit dull overall, although I do like the word "build" and the fact it mentions the measured goal of "90 days".A-This is too wordy and uses a bit too much jargon for my liking (B2B/Saas). The title does not flow well when trying to read it.
- Very cool and descriptive!
- I chose option C first because it used no industry specific jargon and clearly explained what the product is and what it is for very concisely.i chose option A second because I like the limited amount of jargon and it's easy to understand what it means contextually.i chose option D third because it was the most succinct.
- I choose E. With so many things going digital, I feel like this one would be more of what I would need if I was a start up company.
- I like C because it is concise and I think it would be easiest to understand for pros and beginners alike. B is also easy to understand but is a bit clunky. I like that A explains what SaaS means in case the reader doesn't know but the phrasing is not as good as C. D and E are about equal to me; they would appeal more to professionals and E especially sounds kind of long and clunky for a title. I would think that C and B would be the easiest books for me to understand.