50 Respondents General Population
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50 RespondentsGeneral Population
|22 Responses to Option A|
The color stands out.
more eyecatching colors
I think the extra color makes this one look more noticeable.
No reason to swear in the title. Be clean and still eye-catching.
I like Option A because the description is more detailed about the content of the book.
I like the simplicity of B but I don't think that it's going pop enough. If you do go with B, I really like that you have the name in orange.
I dislike the words used in the description on "B".
I prefer Option A, because I like that there are no curse words in the title. When I am looking for a self help book, I am always drawn to titles that are more intellectual sounding and not crude.
More detail on the meat of the book
I like the colors.
I like the coloring, and I did not care for the profanity in Choice B.
I chose A because I don't like the cussing in title B.
I like the orange and the subtitle better.
I like the orange.
Don't really care for the vulgarity in B, kinda cheap I think.
Seems more deliberate and action-oriented
I like how careers are included, because I think that's a common area of indecision.
color contrast is better
The orange background is better at catching ones attention.
Choice A is better.
I find the notion of getting "unstuck" appealing.
It stands out more and has a pop to it, looks more appealing and is just extremely eye catching.
|28 Responses to Option B|
The title using a blunt curse word grabs my attention much more than the other wording.
simple and easy to understand
the white background looks more professional.
I think the white color looks sleeker
I enjoy crude titles and this one stands out.
I prefer the way the black/grey font color sticks out against a white background. I also prefer the subtitle on this cover.
I like the wording on this one better, it caught my attention very quickly!
Much more straight forward. Can understand what the book will be about.
I like the no-nonsense approach in option B
I like the black and orange text on the white background. It's more appealing and stands out more vs the dark orange background on A.
Although I dislike the unneeded swearing, the title of B is much easier to read quickly and understand.
I think B is simpler and more to the point.
Option B is more catchy and more memorable than A.
i like the adult language used its attention grabbing
This choice is more straight up.
"No Bullshit" is really forthright and would immediately draw my eyes to the book.
white background looks nicer
like the words being stressed by color
A bit blunt,but more to the point so I like it.
B seems more assertive and grabs attention better
I like the extreme language better but the colors are more bold on the other option.
The subtitle sounds more natural and intriguing. I much prefer the color scheme of A.
The orange background in Option A doesn't look as good as the white background in Option B.
more straight forward
I like its frank wording
Option B sounds like the stronger, more convincing and straightforward title from the top of the cover to the bottom. Breaking up sentences in Option A weakens the overall impact of the cover content.
More to the point, and I really don't like the orange cover of the other one.
I like the color scheme much better on this one