Book title test marketing poll

50 Respondents General Population

This is a completed book title test marketing poll published on Apr 30, 2017.

The author received 50 unbiased responses (votes & explanations) from the general population in about about 1 hour.

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Which book title is more appealing?

Option B

Contemplative Meditation: Creating the Daily Habit


29/50 votes

Full Poll Results

Published Apr 30, 2017
Public

Which book title is more appealing?

50 Respondents General Population

Option A

Beyond Mindfulness: How to Build and Create a Daily Meditation Practice


21 votes
Option B

Contemplative Meditation: Creating the Daily Habit


29 votes

Responses

Responses to Option A
1
The title has more action. It says how to.
2
I liked the topic of the book. It sounded like something that would help with learning meditation in an easy way that could be improved upon on a daily basis.
3
Choice A's title better implies giving tips and steps to making meditation a daily habit, instead of B's rather short and not so descriptive title.
4
sounds more in depth. the other is to flippant.
5
This is a more descriptive title.
6
This one is more attractive sounding I think.
7
I think this one reads better.
8
I like the use of the word mindfulness and think it would apply better in this context
9
This one sounds more succinct
10
daily top here
11
This one grabs my attention and seems more interesting.
12
A seems very proactive, and I like how it goes beyond the trendy "mindfulness" idea.
13
It makes me feel more connected
14
Sounds more managable
15
Option B seems more boring and ordinary. I would expect other books to have the same title as Option B.
16
Sounds a little more thoughtful.
17
It's a little wordier, but I think the message is good enough that the chunkiness is okay. Maybe drop either "Build" or "Create"? They're close enough to synonymous that they don't both seem necessary. Otherwise, I think A is a warmer title. More inviting.
18
I like the idea of building and developing an idea
19
This option seems more interesting to me.
20
Seems more definitive and descriptive. I feel like I would learn more from option A.
21
I like the word 'beyond' since I feel it'll have secrets.
Responses to Option B
1
Both are great titles. However, I think people might find creating a daily habit more appealing because it implies that there is less effort involved once you've trained yourself how to do the task.
2
It is more to the point and still appealing.
3
I like that option b is concise.
4
Creating a habit sounds more productive to me
5
I like creating a daily habit. and hate the word mindfulness... I think it is over used
6
explains without being too wordy
7
I prefer how this one is worded
8
B because it is more succint and to the point.
9
it shows you are going to create a habit
10
I think it is more succinct and therefore easier to process.
11
I like shorter titles so this one was a clear winner.
12
simple and concise
13
this one catches my attention
14
Option B is much more appealing because it uses fewer words that get to the point in a fast way.
15
Prayer--A constant devotion to scripture. Understanding it with ones lifes journey.
16
a shorter and more succinct title.
17
shorter title is better
18
It is simple and shorter. I works better overall.
19
B is more concise, I also like the phrase contemplative meditation.
20
easy to understand
21
I picked B because A is too long.
22
Sounds better to me concise
23
Sounds more like a normal thing
24
It is more efficient and terser.
25
IT's short and to the point.
26
Option B is better because it is straight to the point and much easier to understand at first glance.
27
I strongly prefer B. It's short, to the point and creative. It flows nicely and captures my interest right away.
28
I'm a fan of shorter titles and straight to the point, than too long of titles.
29
This one is shorter and that catches my attention a little more.

Demographics

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Age for Option B
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Ethnicity for Option B
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A

Votes by demographic segment

B


Gender
55%
Male (20)
45%
33%
Female (30)
66%

Age
-
3-17 (None)
-
52%
18-34 (25)
48%
37%
35-49 (16)
62%
22%
50-64 (9)
77%
-
65+ (None)
-

Income
57%
$0-30k (21)
42%
36%
$30-60k (19)
63%
25%
$60-100k (8)
75%
0%
$100k+ (2)
100%

Ethnicity
41%
White (39)
58%
-
Black (None)
-
50%
Asian (4)
50%
40%
Hispanic (5)
60%
50%
Other (2)
50%

Education
35%
High School (14)
64%
44%
College (29)
55%
42%
Grad School (7)
57%
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