Every romance novel has to have a gorgeous hunk on the cover, right? This PickFu poll comparing two book cover designs confirmed as much — but the user running the poll discovered something surprising in the process.
The poll asked a target audience of 50 romance book readers this question: “Based on the cover, which book would you rather buy?”
In this PickFu poll, an app developer tested three icon designs for a time management app called Uplifting with an audience that scrolls through a lot of apps: people with an app store spend of more than $100.
Snippets of some of these attacks have gone viral. Thousands more have happened outside of the public eye — nearly 3,800 reported incidents since March 2020, according to the advocacy group Stop AAPI Hate.
This alarming trend hits close to home for our team at PickFu, an Asian American-led company. We wonder how others beyond our respective communities are feeling. How have the attacks affected their psyches? Their daily lives?
In an open-ended PickFu poll, we asked 50 Asian respondents this question: “Has the recent uptick in anti-Asian violence and harassment changed your behavior or outlook? If so, how?”
Can a book about Doberman pinschers, a dog breed with a reputation for being aggressive, give readers the warm fuzzies? It can with the right cover, according to this PickFu poll.
The poll asked 50 dog owners to rank three cover designs for a book titled, The Complete Guide to Doberman Pinschers, from most to least appealing. Options A and C feature a single dog, while Option B shows three Dobermans lying down and looking the camera. All of the images are outdoors.
Our pets are living their best lives. Pet owners in the U.S. spend nearly $100 billion annually on their furry friends. That’s a lot of kibble and chew toys, not to mention competition on pet store shelves.
A good product tagline cuts through the fluff (or fur). Who better to weigh in on a tagline for a pet health supplement than the people who buy them?
In this PickFu poll, the user presented four tagline options under the BestLife4Pets brand logo to an audience of 50 dog and cat owners.
While STEM-based everything dominated the 2010s, the creative side hustle is fast becoming the theme of this decade.
Consider the title of the book featured in this PickFu poll: Creative Millionaire: Leveraging Your Passion into Profit. The user wanted to know which of two cover designs best expressed the idea behind the title.
Option A features a teal cover with a unicorn made of dollar bills. Option B ditches the unicorn for a generous splash of color. Can you guess which one won?
You’d think that if you slapped two canoodling people on a romance book cover, your readers would snatch it up, end of story. Turns out making subtle changes to an already attractive cover can pique your readers’ interest even more.
While podcasts are designed to please the ear, they have important visual elements as well. Think about it. When you scroll through your phone, it’s probably the podcast cover art, not the description or the title alone, that makes you stop and want to know (and hear) more.
In this PickFu poll, the user asked a targeted audience of 50 podcast listeners — who better to ask? — to choose between two cover art logos for a podcast called “The Caring CEO.”
Entrepreneurs spend unholy amounts of time growing their business. Minding their health can easily move to the bottom of their list of priorities. How does an author of a nutrition book make busy entrepreneurs pay attention to this important issue? With a compelling cover, of course.
In this PickFu poll, the author tested three covers with an audience of small-business owners.
Option A features a row of apples, including a shiny golden one, and a green-and-white color scheme. Options B and C ditch the apples for arrows, bold colors, and energetic fonts.
Humor is one of the hardest book genres to write. What an author finds funny, the reader may not. That goes for what’s on a humor book cover.
No matter the genre, every author knows how important a book cover is. Which is why this author took to PickFu to test two covers for his humor book, Yes, Camels Really Do Spit: Things I’ve Learned the Hard Way.
And yes, camel spit plays a role in the cover art.