50 Respondents General Population
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50 RespondentsGeneral Population
|17 Responses to Option A|
A is simpler
The shorter title is more appealing. Also the "busy life" speaks more to me than the qualifiers.
I think it sounds more impactful
it's a shorter and more direct title that grabs attention without loosing focus
This shorter version is ideal for quick reading and determining topic at a glance.
Shorter title is better. Nobody wants to read a long title, right?
Option B is too wordy and oversells on what it's trying to offer.
A is more brief and to the point. It says the same thing as B but with less words.
A is more simple. B is a mess to read.
seemed shorter, straight to the point
A IS MORE SIMPLE AND TO THE POINT
Choice B is too long.
A is shorter and to the point, which I prefer
By taking back my busy life I would be reclaiming my life, health and happiness as well, so I would be drawn to A
Sounds like a more aggressive approach and I like it.
I like option A because it rolls out of your mouth easier. I'd assume by taking back my busy life that it would also increase my health and happiness also.
Choice A sounds like it is geared toward the young yuppie crowd. It will appeal to more people.
|33 Responses to Option B|
Option B is catchier
I like the title in option B because it includes life, health and happiness instead of 'busy life'. I also like the term 'reclaim' instead of 'take back'.
b is the more appealing title, but they sound like two different books
Reclaiming your life sounds exactly what i need
I usually like a shorter and straight to the point title, but I think the longer description in B works better here. Life, health, and happiness sounds better than just busy life.
Because it is telling me which specific areas of my life I'll be reclaiming, thus, making it more appealing.
Option B is more positive and persuasive.
i want to reclaim and that sounds very good
Life Health and Happiness is more appealing than Busy
Reclaim sounds better than take back. Also I feel including specific examples such as "Life, Health and Happiness" gives us a better outlook on what these strategies are over "Busy Life"
I much rather read a book about being whole and human. Mentioning 'Life, Health, and Happiness' captures that better than your busy life. B is the winner.
Because choice a made it seem like it’s only for busy people. Choice b talked about reclaiming your life, health and happiness
The word Happiness stands out to me
I prefer Option B. I like that the title has the words life, health and happiness. The title is more descriptive in detailing what areas the book will help and I like the thought of reclaiming these areas. Overall I think the book title in Option B is best because of this.
I like Option B as it says Reclaim which sounds more empowering and helpful instead of "take back" word.
I feel that B's title is much more eye catching and attractive than A.
The more descriptive words, health and happiness work well in this title as it speaks to what everyone wants for themselves. The title speaks of a whole wellness.
I like the word "Reclaim". It offers a sense of power.
like that this is more descriptive. I know what im about to read
Even though Option A is shorter, Option B has three main points that seems more appealing for everyone.
I chose B, because I like the focus on health and happiness.
This is somewhat more detailed about what the strategies are intended to help with.
Being busy might not necessarily be why people need to get their life back in order, so Choice B would be more appealing to a wider range of people.
More clear on what you are taking back,
Sounds much better.
I like the specifics on this choice much better.
The book title is far more descriptive and tells you what exactly you will be able to reclaim. Your life, health and your happiness. Straight and to the point.
the title is more empowering
This is a catchy title. I like this one better. I like the health and happiness.
I like B better just because it doesn't make it sound like it is only for busy people. Plus I like that it mentions specifics like health and happiness. Option A is just too vague in comparison.
This one tells me what I will be reclaiming
This is a completed book title very interesting.
B gives me a better idea of what parts of my life if affects.