50 Respondents Female
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|16 Responses to Option A|
I like the added title of quitting your job that you hate.
A feels more genuine. B feels like a clickbait article.
Its more descriptive
I choose A because it sounds more professional and less gimmicky
easier to understand the audience for the book
i currently hate my job so this really pushes me to get this book
I don't like B because it feels feels like a click-bait list. If I saw that title I would immediately think of bs internet articles that ultimately say nothing.
I prefer this one
How to always gets my attention in A
Option a is more descripitive and influential.
I like it because it is straight to the point and grabs attention with the term "Job you Hate"
Many people hate their job so they can relate.
I think everyone can relate to that a whole lot.
This one is better! Although both are pretty good.
I always appreciate the incentive to do something positive and be reminded of taking risks to eliminate the negative.
The list idea is exhausted.
|34 Responses to Option B|
I think that the other option is too aggressive.
It's simpler, and it's focused on the positive and not negative.
Choice B is more positive and doesn't focus on hate.
this sounds very helpful and informative
Option A at least partially implies quitting being a mom since being a mom is at least part of the job of being a mom, so to be safe, better to go with Option B since it doesn't imply anything beyond what the title outright suggests.
It's a more positive message than option A. That appeals more to me.
Option B is a lot more positive and focuses on a job you love not one you hate
I like the positive wording in option B. Option A uses the word "hate" which stands out to me as a fairly negative word.
Maybe I don't hate the job I currently have, so this title in Choice B would appeal to me more.
I prefer this option because it doesn't assume you have a job you hate.
i think its a nice sounding title. Id pick it up and give it a look.
I really like the shorter title.
Shorter title and right to the point. Plus it's a positive title. The other one sounds negative.
I think both sound like real life clickbait and there's no way I would purchase either. But if I had to choose, then I think numbered lists are a bit more appealing.
It's more positive, and I like that I know how many steps are going to be explained.
because I would my own Business
It is more positive
I prefer Option B because I like that it emphasizes how easy it is to start your own business.
Many mom's stay at home, so they don't always have job's they hate. Online business ventures appeal more to stay at home moms. Also I like the idea of a laid out plan with 6 steps.
I like hearing the positive side of it.
Option B is a little bit shorter and to the point. I think Option B says enough and gets the point across better. People would rather see Option B and would get more out of it. I think Option B would get a wider audience of people to pick the book up and see what it has to offer.
Title sounds more interesting
It is less verbose
Option B is not so wordy to say the same thing.
It's more inclusive. A may alienate moms who stay home with their kids but are looking to earn income or start a business. There's a lot of stay at home moms who want to find a way to make money.
I think this one would appeal to more moms, including ones who are stay-at-home moms, not just moms who work outside of the home.
I like that it is uniformly positive.
The title was briefer. I liked the appeal in Option A of quitting a job you hate, but I can imagine browsing and seeing a book title that long and not even reading the full title due to length. So because of that and the fact that Option B said '6 easy steps' and seemed simpler, it was better to me.
B basically says the say idea, without adding on the extra on A, A is too wordy
A little catchier. Option A is too wordy.
It is shorter and less convoluted, making it easier to read
A is extremely wordy and all the capitalization is weird to the eye. B is more short and concise and easier to understand.
Shorter and simpler.
OPtion A is too wordy