Book title test marketing poll

50 Respondents General Population

This is a completed book title test marketing poll published on Mar 7, 2017.

The author received 50 unbiased responses (votes & explanations) from the general population in about 14 minutes.

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Which book title is more appealing?

Option A

Cleaning with Essential Oils:
25 Effortless Ways to Transform Your Life With Essential Oil Cleaning


34/50 votes

Full Poll Results

Published Mar 7, 2017
Public

Which book title is more appealing?

50 Respondents General Population

Option A

Cleaning with Essential Oils:
25 Effortless Ways to Transform Your Life With Essential Oil Cleaning


34 votes
Option B

Cleaning with Essential Oils:
25 Ways To Effortlessly Clean With Essential Oils To Replace Toxic Household Cleaners While Saving You Time And Money


16 votes

Responses

Responses to Option A
1
short and simple. right to the point
2
Choice B is too long.
3
Option B is too long of a title for me.
4
Shorter and direct
5
shorter is usually better when it comes to titles
6
I understand the need of telling people that they will save money, but most people won't get far past the first few words, so I think that keeping it short is better.
7
more to the point.
8
B is way too long, I quit reading it half way through
9
I like the shorter and simpler approach better
10
The other one is too long.
11
A is less of an eyefull to process and gets to the point.
12
Option B is way too wordy and I didn't pay attention to the saving money part.
13
The other title is way too long. I prefer shorter titles.
14
The other is way too long.
15
This option is better because its much shorter and sweeter... the other option is just way too long to read
16
The other title is too lengthy and complicated.
17
I like the shorter version better.
18
it seems the most interesting
19
Shorter and cleaner
20
Option B is way too long
21
Option B is really long
22
Option B is worded too long, people won't take the time to read it.
23
I prefer A because it gets to the point more quickly than B.
24
I like a more simplistic title that is easily understood.
25
I prefer the shorter title. I naturally skip over the longer ones.
26
It is more concise
27
A is simpler
28
it is to the point without dragging on
29
It's direct and to the point, more catchy/memorable. Also the word Toxic tends to stand out more to people, but in a negative light.
30
B just seems to cluttered and run on for it to be good.
31
Simple and straightforward.
32
They are both too long if you ask me but the other is way too long for a book title
33
Option B is way too wordy. I would maybe add some verbiage to option A to make it clear that the cleaners are cheap/cost-effective.
34
easier to take in due to shorter length
Responses to Option B
1
this one is more descriptive
2
"transform your life" is overstating things just a tad
3
B is more wordy, but has specifics that would capture my interest.
4
B tells me the specific benefits I can get from using essential oils.
5
It sounds more healthy.
6
mentions of saving money are always more attention catching
7
I'm all for saving money and time!
8
It's a little long but I like that it's more descriptive.
9
The word effortless got me interested.
10
though its a little long I do like it
11
It's more appealing
12
I prefer a more specific title.
13
Provides a little more detail, I guess, though I'd be unlikely to look at either of them
14
Even though the title may be a bit long it is extremely specific and detailed
15
Though this one does seem too long, it does give better insight into what it's used for.
16
B explains what the product can do better.

Demographics

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Gender for Option B
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Age for Option B
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Ethnicity for Option A
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Ethnicity for Option B
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Education for Option A
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A

Votes by demographic segment

B


Gender
74%
Male (27)
25%
60%
Female (23)
39%

Age
-
3-17 (None)
-
76%
18-34 (26)
23%
75%
35-49 (16)
25%
25%
50-64 (8)
75%
-
65+ (None)
-

Income
66%
$0-30k (18)
33%
68%
$30-60k (16)
31%
83%
$60-100k (12)
16%
25%
$100k+ (4)
75%

Ethnicity
68%
White (44)
31%
-
Black (None)
-
75%
Asian (4)
25%
50%
Hispanic (2)
50%
-
Other (None)
-

Education
71%
High School (14)
28%
61%
College (31)
38%
100%
Grad School (5)
0%
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