Book title test marketing poll

50 Respondents Female

This is a completed book title test marketing poll published on Sep 8, 2017.

The author received 50 unbiased responses (votes & explanations) from a targeted (Female) responder pool in about about 7 hours.

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Which romance title would you rather read?

Option A

Charades


34/50 votes

Full Poll Results

Published Sep 8, 2017
Public

Which romance title would you rather read?

50 Respondents Female

Option A

Charades


34 votes
Option B

Playing House


16 votes

Responses

Responses to Option A
1
It has a very 80s feel to it!
2
This seems more interesting than playing house, I like an active fun game better. This would be more fun to read.
3
Playing house just has an air of childishness to it.
4
B sounds childish
5
Charades sounds like it would include mystery and suspense as part of the romance. Playing House sounds like a formulaic, predictable romance story.
6
Playing House is way to cliche. I don't like either though honestly, but Charades sound like it would be more interesting.
7
Sounds more fun.
8
Charades gives the impression that there is a mystery involved in the romance. Far more intriguing than simply "playing house"
9
Charades is cryptic and intriguing.
10
Playing House sounds like they're just shacking up..
11
Sounds more intriguing.
12
"Playing House" sounds kind of hostile. Usually I don't like when people say that.
13
It sounds more interesting than the other option
14
This sounds more like a fun game.
15
Charades sounds more dramatic and compelling. Playing House sounds like a kid's game.
16
A sounds more interesting
17
Playing House seems like a juvenile title and therefore Charades was more appealing to me. The storyline seems like it would be better with the title Charades.
18
I think they're could be so many ways they could write a story with this name.
19
Charades sounds like it's a mystery and would be more interesting than just "Playing House."
20
Playing HOuse sounds very old-fashioned.
21
Sounds much more like there could be a lot more interesting plot with this book title than the other. Has an air of intrigue which is nice.
22
I think this one sounds more interesting.
23
It sounds like an interesting and mysterious book.
24
I don't have any interest in a fantasy about playing house. I kind of do that every day already.
25
Option A is my choice. It leaves more to the imagination than the other. Nothing like keeping up interest in a romance. Beats getting straight to the boring point.
26
Playing House sounds like a kids book
27
Playing House sounds strange for a romance title
28
I like playing charades
29
Charades sounds more mysterious and even fun
30
this sounds more like a romance title, the other one sounds like a kids book
31
The other one sounds childish
32
This one sounds a little more mysterious and intriguing.
33
This title is more intriguing.
34
Charades sounds sexier. Playing house is something kids do.
Responses to Option B
1
I like that this title sounds playful and seductive.
2
Sounds more fun to me
3
It is funny
4
it sounds better then a
5
B feels far more appealing for the genre than A. A could mean anything or pertain to a vast array of themes.
6
Playing house sounds like more fun to me.
7
Sounds like a good romance novel.
8
Sounds romantic and fun at the same time.
9
Charades sounds more like a suspense novel.
10
B sounds more romantic. The other title charades sounds confusing.
11
It makes me think they will be living together and fall in love. OPTION B doesn't really give me any insight into what the love story could be.
12
Sounds like a romantic novel that women would like!
13
Sounds more naughty
14
I think this one would be a more interesting book because I would be curious as to who is playing house.
15
I like B, makes the connection to romance a tiny bit more than A Charades which doesn't really make sense to me.
16
Think that may be more interesting of a title

Demographics

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A

Votes by demographic segment

B


Gender
0%
Male (1)
100%
69%
Female (49)
30%

Age
-
3-17 (None)
-
81%
18-34 (11)
18%
57%
35-49 (28)
42%
81%
50-64 (11)
18%
-
65+ (None)
-

Income
80%
$0-30k (10)
20%
59%
$30-60k (22)
40%
76%
$60-100k (13)
23%
60%
$100k+ (5)
40%

Ethnicity
65%
White (44)
34%
-
Black (None)
-
80%
Asian (5)
20%
-
Hispanic (None)
-
100%
Other (1)
0%

Education
50%
High School (6)
50%
70%
College (40)
30%
75%
Grad School (4)
25%
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