Book title test marketing poll

50 Respondents General Population

This is a completed book title test marketing poll published on Jul 6, 2017.

The author received 50 unbiased responses (votes & explanations) from the general population in about 24 minutes.

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Which book title is more appealing?

Option B

All About Bone, Including Yours, Dinosaurs and Dice


31/50 votes

Full Poll Results

Published Jul 6, 2017
Public

Which book title is more appealing?

50 Respondents General Population

Option A

Dem Bones, Including Yours, Dinosaurs and Dice


19 votes
Option B

All About Bone, Including Yours, Dinosaurs and Dice


31 votes

Responses

Responses to Option A
1
Dem Bones really gets my attention
2
Both titles sound odd. I might be interested in reading a description on option A though.
3
I think its alot of a funner title.
4
Like the slang word dem opening the title
5
wording is weird
6
I think it sounds better.
7
I honestly don't love either title but prefer A because 'All About Bone' in option B is pretty dull. Option A with 'Dem Bones' sounds more interesting.
8
All About Bone, sounds a little odd to me.
9
Choice A has a catchier sound to it.
10
Option A sounds more fun.
11
The humorous one seems more apt.
12
More colloquial is more fun and enticing in this case.
13
It's more unique and memorable
14
This one is more fun.
15
Both are fine with me. Option A gets my pick over the other this time because it's funny to read and say. Good attention grabber.
16
Option A sounds more humorous because of the wording, "Dem Bones". It makes me think this book would be funny. I did not like option B - it sounds boring. In Option B, "Bone" should be "Bones", plural.
17
B sounds weird. A is goofy and fun
18
It's light and funny!
19
A made me start singing so I liked it better
Responses to Option B
1
Sounds more appealing
2
This one sounds better I think.
3
SOUNDS A LITTLE BETTER
4
Sounds more compelling than the other.
5
It seems less gimmicky. The word "dem" is cringe-worthy to me.
6
B because A doesn't sound professional.
7
the other title sounds too childish
8
Choice A just seemed not well written. Poor choice of words.
9
It just seems more intuitive to me although A is "cuter" sounding.
10
The addition of the word "Dem" Seems very inappropriate. If a book can't use proper English in its title why would I think the actual book would be any better.
11
Much more interesting title.
12
Sounds more consistent from start to end
13
It is more clear
14
I do not like the slang used in the other title.
15
sounds a bit more intellectual
16
Option B is a more professional title.
17
A bit more professional and serious.
18
Proper spelling gives a better impression; unless the rest of your title is misspelled, having "Dem" just seems out of place
19
I prefer B because it is more explanatory that it is all about bones rather than 'dem bones'. I have no idea what 'dem' means. Then again, 'all about bone' should probably be 'all about bones'.
20
The title is more descriptive.
21
It sounds more intriguing.
22
"Dem bones" is very outdated. It just doesn't sound good, and in years to come, would sound very silly. Option B has more of a chance for longevity.
23
It sounds more reliable and true. Also, have you considered "All About Bones" plural?
24
I prefer Option B because it uses appropriate grammar.
25
Option A sounds uneducated with the use of "Dem"
26
I think the title in Option B just flows better. The other title with"DEM Bones" really annoys me!
27
I can see A is trying to be a little more lighthearted but I am usually averse to these sorts of titles when I am looking at books. It looks more a spectacle than something I want to read. B is a simple and solid choice.
28
The title is easier the title is easier to explain.
29
Dem bones sounds dumbening.
30
I prefer "All About Bones" to "Dem Bones." It sounds more educational and informative.
31
This one seems more professional and actually makes sense to me when read aloud.

Demographics

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Ethnicity for Option A
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Ethnicity for Option B
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A

Votes by demographic segment

B


Gender
25%
Male (20)
75%
46%
Female (30)
53%

Age
-
3-17 (None)
-
30%
18-34 (26)
69%
50%
35-49 (16)
50%
28%
50-64 (7)
71%
100%
65+ (1)
0%

Income
38%
$0-30k (18)
61%
31%
$30-60k (19)
68%
40%
$60-100k (10)
60%
66%
$100k+ (3)
33%

Ethnicity
38%
White (39)
61%
0%
Black (1)
100%
16%
Asian (6)
83%
66%
Hispanic (3)
33%
100%
Other (1)
0%

Education
33%
High School (9)
66%
38%
College (34)
61%
42%
Grad School (7)
57%
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