Book title test marketing poll

50 Respondents General Population

This is a completed book title test marketing poll published on Aug 24, 2017.

The author received 50 unbiased responses (votes & explanations) from the general population in about 31 minutes.

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Which book title is more appealing?

Option A

Before I Let You Go - Stories For My Grown Son


32/50 votes

Full Poll Results

Published Aug 24, 2017
Public

Which book title is more appealing?

50 Respondents General Population

Option A

Before I Let You Go - Stories For My Grown Son


32 votes
Option B

Behind the Stories - Finding Meaning in My Average Life


18 votes

Responses

Responses to Option A
1
more emotional appeal
2
this one sounds more interesting
3
It just seems more personal to me, and speaks to me more.
4
This is personally relevant to me right now, and the title is very touching.
5
The other title was very boring sounding. This one seems like it will be emotional.
6
seems more original
7
finding meaning is too generic, this connects with me.
8
B sounds too generic
9
I like this one, it's seems more endearing especially for a parent.
10
Sounds better
11
this sounds more interesting
12
It sounds more intriguing
13
I think Option A sounds more appealing and would resonate with a wider audience of people. I think it has a more positive tone to it and sounds more unique and unlike books we have seen or heard of a thousand times. I think Option A would grab more people's attention and make them more likely to pick the book up and see what it has to offer.
14
I have a son so I can relate
15
because exactly I have one
16
It is more straight forward.
17
This one has a more "Chicken Soup for the Soul" feel to it than the other one.
18
More readable and more to the point.
19
this sounds more intriguing/interesting to me
20
Sounds more appealing.
21
this is easier to get the message across
22
B is bland and average, just as the title says. A seems like it will have better stories. They are so good you want to pass them on to your offspring. B's author gives the idea that he had to hunt for meaning in a bland dull life. Most of us do, we don't want to be reminded of it.
23
This title is just beautiful. B is too plain especially in comparison to this.
24
It sounds more interesting and also relevant to me personally
25
It sounds more enticing than option B.
26
sounds more intimate, personal
27
Option A sounds more interesting.
28
Sounds more imaginative to me
29
I think my son and I would both find meaning in this book.
30
I chose A because I think it tugs at people's hearts more.
31
I like the idea of passing knowledge along.
32
I think the other title almost turns people off from reading it, because it says "average." It would make people think the stories would be boring, everyday life stories. Right now most people seem to want books to be exciting page turners.
Responses to Option B
1
I like how this title aims to help those get more out of their life
2
This sounds better I think.
3
simpler and easier to read
4
I don't have a son.
5
The title sounds like it would attract a wider audience. It also sounds like it has a more positive theme for the book.
6
This is something I can relate to.
7
I prefer the title--Success done simply--But mama always said...
8
Option A sound too ominous to me.
9
this title seems more in tune with oneself and I feel as though it would be more interesting to read
10
Seems like I could get a lot out of this book
11
It's funnier.
12
Sounds more relatable to me
13
The other just sounds creepy.
14
B seems more interesting and compelling.
15
Option B sounds interesting and useful.
16
Option B sounds more unique and exciting than Option A. Option A sounds kind of corny for the title of a book.
17
This message seems more positive.
18
I'm more interested in people searching meaning in their own life because it's more relevant to me than a book about someone with children.

Demographics

Gender
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Age
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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
64%
Male (28)
35%
63%
Female (22)
36%

Age
-
3-17 (None)
-
54%
18-34 (24)
45%
70%
35-49 (20)
30%
83%
50-64 (6)
16%
-
65+ (None)
-

Income
47%
$0-30k (19)
52%
68%
$30-60k (16)
31%
87%
$60-100k (8)
12%
71%
$100k+ (7)
28%

Ethnicity
61%
White (42)
38%
-
Black (None)
-
83%
Asian (6)
16%
100%
Hispanic (1)
0%
0%
Other (1)
100%

Education
66%
High School (12)
33%
60%
College (33)
39%
80%
Grad School (5)
20%
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