Book title test marketing poll

50 Respondents General Population

This is a completed book title test marketing poll published on Jan 9, 2017.

The author received 50 unbiased responses (votes & explanations) from the general population in about 11 minutes.

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Which Book Title Do you like better?

Option A

You Got the Job!


31/50 votes

Full Poll Results

Published Jan 9, 2017
Public

Which Book Title Do you like better?

50 Respondents General Population

Option A

You Got the Job!


31 votes
Option B

Yes, I Got the Job!


19 votes

Responses

Responses to Option A
1
I would like a job.
2
I think that the title works better when it's second person (you) as opposed to first-person POV.
3
strong address to "you," the reader.
4
This resonates with me more
5
Choice A sounds more like it's focused on the reader.
6
Just rolls off the tongue better
7
they are both kind of cringy
8
The wording sounds just a bit better.
9
Simple and direct
10
More likely to hear that statement, it also sounds more exciting.
11
You got the job sounds like you followed what the book told you to do and that's what happened. The other title sounds like bragging.
12
Seems like a better option than Option B.
13
"You Got the Job!" sounds more personal.
14
I like A better because it seems worse in the first person.
15
This sounds like a self help book on job training and how to get a job.
16
A is like saying for sure you got the job. B is like saying you were questioned about getting the job. I rather read a book that appeared to have no doubt that I got the job.
17
Sounds like the author is talking to me
18
A seems more straight forward which I like
19
If the book is telling me how to get the job I feel the proper point of view is "you"
20
I like A because for some reason it makes you think the book helped so you'd want to read it. B seems more like it's just making a statement. It wouldn't make me want to read it.
21
This choice is more assertive and positive, it sounds a bit happier too.
22
It has a double meaning, like, 'You're hired!' Also.
23
People prefer to be told you and not yes I got the job. I prefer to be able to be told I got something than rather think it in my mind.
24
Option A implies that it's going to help me get a job, and is a self help book. This makes it more easy for me to understand what the book is about and I'm more likely to check it out.
25
It tells you that you got the job in clear terms.
26
I like how A is more about you.
27
jThis one sounds a little better
28
It's what I want to hear the most right now. I would probably celebrate differently than the title I didn't choose.
29
It's much better at drawing me in and making me want to know more.
30
seems more enticing
31
Since I did not write the book, this one sounds better.
Responses to Option B
1
This sounds better to me.
2
It sounds more exciting in this way
3
describes what I did rather than what happened to me
4
This title is more empowering.
5
I like the sound of this one
6
Sounds more positive!
7
I'm actually not that keen on either, but B seems to resonate more personally.
8
Seems more enthusiastic
9
I strongly prefer Option B because it is so positive and encouraging and directed to me.
10
sounds a little better
11
I like #2 because it's about ME, not about someone else. :)
12
Option B seems to imply a methodology for a person to get a job, and I'm not sure what option A would be a book for. How to tell someone congratulations?
13
It is more self affirming.
14
B because it sounds more exciting.
15
More positive reinforcement.
16
I chose Option B because it sounded more empowering and exciting.
17
This feels like it makes slightly more sense as the name of a book than the other based on the tense.
18
A would annoy my pedantic side: no I didn't? What job? I didn't even apply for a job. :p
19
It's more exciting and makes me wonder the steps it takes to make it happen.

Demographics

Gender
Male (0%)
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Age
3-17 (0%)
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18-34 (0%)0
35-49 (0%)0
50-64 (0%)0
65+ (0%)0
Income
$0-30k (0%)
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$30-60k (0%)0
$60-100k (0%)0
$100k+ (0%)0
Ethnicity
White (0%)
TraitPercentage
White (0%)0
Black (0%)0
Asian (0%)0
Hispanic (0%)0
Other (0%)0
Education
High School (0%)
TraitPercentage
High School (0%)0
College (0%)0
Grad School (0%)0
Gender for Option A
Male (0%)
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Male (0%)0
Female (0%)0
Gender for Option B
Male (0%)
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Male (0%)0
Female (0%)0
Age for Option A
3-17 (0%)
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3-17 (0%)0
18-34 (0%)0
35-49 (0%)0
50-64 (0%)0
65+ (0%)0
Age for Option B
3-17 (0%)
TraitPercentage
3-17 (0%)0
18-34 (0%)0
35-49 (0%)0
50-64 (0%)0
65+ (0%)0
Income for Option A
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$100k+ (0%)0
Income for Option B
$0-30k (0%)
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$0-30k (0%)0
$30-60k (0%)0
$60-100k (0%)0
$100k+ (0%)0
Ethnicity for Option A
White (0%)
TraitPercentage
White (0%)0
Black (0%)0
Asian (0%)0
Hispanic (0%)0
Other (0%)0
Ethnicity for Option B
White (0%)
TraitPercentage
White (0%)0
Black (0%)0
Asian (0%)0
Hispanic (0%)0
Other (0%)0
Education for Option A
High School (0%)
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Education for Option B
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A

Votes by demographic segment

B


Gender
62%
Male (32)
37%
61%
Female (18)
38%

Age
-
3-17 (None)
-
68%
18-34 (25)
32%
61%
35-49 (21)
38%
25%
50-64 (4)
75%
-
65+ (None)
-

Income
64%
$0-30k (17)
35%
71%
$30-60k (14)
28%
54%
$60-100k (11)
45%
50%
$100k+ (8)
50%

Ethnicity
62%
White (40)
37%
100%
Black (2)
0%
40%
Asian (5)
60%
66%
Hispanic (3)
33%
-
Other (None)
-

Education
62%
High School (8)
37%
64%
College (34)
35%
50%
Grad School (8)
50%
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