50 Respondents General Population
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The author received 50 unbiased responses (votes & explanations) from the general population in about 2 hours.
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50 RespondentsGeneral Population
|28 Responses to Option A|
looks a little better
It makes it more personal
I would choose option A because reading the cover makes me feel like I'd find out something more about myself while reading the book.
I like this cover better with the title asking the question because it makes you think, meaning it's more captivating.
b is good
B A is good
More intriguing title that provokes thought.
It is so interesting.
I prefer the one that asks a question, the other sounds more like a weird detective novel.
It looks so attractive.
Its looking attractive.
First one sounds more personalized than the other generic one.
I think the question, "Are you the unknown expert?" gives it a personalize feeling and I think it feels more geared towards the user.
Option A is more unusual. Option B is kind of boring. Option A attracts more attention by asking us a question about ourselves. It also goes better with the picture.
Feels more personal yet seems a bit wordy, I do like it better because it appeals to me and makes me feel like I could discover something about myself
i creates interesting to read the book..
Asking the Question : Are you the Unknown Expert?' is more grabbing and making one think quicker with the question "Well, Am I am?" puts one in the thinking capacity to want to read more about the article.
This title suggests that I might have an idea that could generate income. The alternate title suggests someone else holds that role.
Perspective works best, since its a self-help book identifying how "you" can unleash your ideas. The other isn't as personal
I like how A asks if you are the unknown expert.
This title is more tempting to me because it causes you to perform a "self-inventory"
i like her lips
The question, "Are you the unknown expert?" in option A seems to pop out and grab my attention better. It also seems to personalize it better than option B.
The title is a little clearer and gets the point across
good design, and perfect color combination
I like A. It grabs my attention with an intriguing mystery. Choice B does not make it clear who the expert is- the reader or the author.
More likely to grab someone's attention and interest
The title being a question makes it more appealing to me
|22 Responses to Option B|
A is too wordy and you shouldnt title a book with a question
it is good
i liked this pic so i choose them
I like to choose this because of it is so creative.
Less is more when it comes to book titles. I like this title.
You don't need the question, it doesn't do anything to draw attention to the title.
Shorter is always better. Consumer attention is small. B is superior to A.
The title sounds much more authoritative.
Sounds better as non-question
A would make me just google things. The cover shouldn't ask a question.
I like this option, because I did not like the question as the title. I don't like the face of the woman on the cover. She does not look like she has anything to tell anyone. It seems offensive to your target market.
The title as a statement makes me feel like the book will help me to become "the unknown expert", while the title as a question makes me feel like the book will help me to identify if I already am "the unknown expert" or not, but won't necessarily help me to become that if I am not already.
The title is simpler.
A cleaner cover design.
I like the headline wording
The title of the book seems more authoritative and better without the use of the question mark, which is why I chose option B.
I think magazines with questions In the title are unintelligible and tacky.
I'm not drawn to the title in the form of a question. This statement is more definitive.
Sounds nicer and the title is not crowded.
Choice B looks less crowded and gets straight to the point.
I LIKE THIS COVER
In general I do not like either book cover. I dislike choice B less, so voted for it. Not sure why I dislike the covers, but they both are not appealing to me.