50 Respondents General Population
This is a completed test marketing poll.
The entrepreneur received 50 unbiased responses (votes & explanations) from the general population in about 16 minutes.
Using PickFu, entrepreneurs are able to uncover actionable data from a diverse set of respondents for as little as $1 per response.Test Your Own Marketing Creatives
50 RespondentsGeneral Population
|36 Responses to Option A|
I feel like this is more relatable.
it is more appealing
seems more interesting
THE MUSCLES LURED ME INTO CLICK.
has more information on the picture
This one has more text to read and I'd try to enlarge it to see it by clicking on it.
I like the description.
more informational than the other
This one looks a little more intense to me.
I can easily read A and it is interesting
It's more informative and the headline catches my attention.
The person has a better body.
It's more visually appealing.
The picture looks more credible for the product announced. I expect to have that awesome body and strength at the gym after drinking some of this testosterone product.
I like the graphic in this one.
The athlete looks much more impressive in this image.
B looks very plain and the guy blends into the background. The contrast in a is awesome and is a better ad
like having a short blip to read about something like this
A looks meaner, It looks like you could be the guy in the ad if only you took the product
The man in the picture looks amazing and I would want to take a closer look at his muscles.
It seems more realistic. The whole tire flipping thing is old and played out. Reminds me of cross fit and I loathe cross fit.
this image is far more better than the other one
The tire on Option B is a strange visual element that confuses the eye immediately.
The longer description on this one is more appealing.
I prefer that picture and the yellow writing
looks more professional
This one has text that is much more easy to read.
The ripped flexing muscles are more appealing for a fitness supplement advertisement. And just more appealing in general.
I like the slogan "Train more, gain more"
this looks more intense
I chose A, because the words are easier to read and it's immediately clear what the product is.
B doesn't tell me what's in the pill bottle. I also prefer the image used in A.
A has more information. As a person who uses preworkouts and post workout products I like information where I can see it so I don't have to do extensive internet searches. The fact that A uses the word naturally basically had me sold.
I think that Option A shows a better understanding of the product placement ad I am seeing.
The design and lighting of A along with the short description made me more interested than B which didn't have a description.
Choice A is much more informative and the text is visible and legible, especially the brand name. In choice B the text was very easy to glance over and miss, and seeing an image of the bottle in the corner isn't very helpful to me.
|14 Responses to Option B|
The tire looks more intense and there isn't as much going on in Option B so it's easier to focus on things.
The guy in B looks more human
This shows the product, whats its for. states it plainly. I've seen people lift the tire over, so I can relate. Great photo and message behind the photo that i did read !
This one appeals to my senses more and seems rather powerful with the tire lift. The gym scene seems too common and not that remarkable.
Makes you think you'll get stronger.
This one catches my eye better. It makes me curious as to what the product is and, if this were an ad more targeted towards my needs, I would be likely to look into it more.
make you strong
B is more interesting to me because it looks like he is pushing tires and the angle is more unique so I would want to know more about it. Plus the product advertising is more subtle so makes me want to know more.
I feel like this image represents the brand better due to its focus on raw strength and packaging.
I would like to see what the vitamin or supplement is they are advertising. I can relate more to the Cross Fit exercise than the weight lifting bar.
The tire guy
The ad caught my attention because this guy is lifting a huge tire. I am interested in a product that encourages that type of workout and strength.
There's less to read.
The guy in image A looks kind of grotesque and not appealing, while the guy in the other image looks fine.