This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Age Range
(55 64, 45 54, 35 44) and Literary Preference
(Non Fiction). A sample of responses:
- "Million Dollar" sounds really cheesy. I prefer "wealth" as a more general term. I feel like putting a dollar amount on something restricts it. Wealth can also be interpreted in different ways. A million dollars is not a lifetime worth of money; wealth could be longer lasting and more stable, therefore more successful.
- Personally, while it is not my favorite, I believe choice A is the better option. because using the word, "words" might be imposing for some. Choice A leaves mystery involved about what IS the million dollar message.
- I think B sounds a bit more realistic and professional. I find it to be more trustworthy. Including the words "Million Dollar..." in A just seems a bit like a tactic to grab someone's attention and that makes me wary
- Using the term "million dollar" was a bit cliché to me. I'd probably glance over that book title. Turning words into wealth flows better and intrigues me more. I feel the use of the word wealth sounds limitless.
- I think this has a more vague title but it can also be more realistic and empowering. Wealth is subjective but "million dollar" is more objective. I think choice B would help you slowly get to that point.'
- I do not care for the one that talks about a million dollars - that's just too presumptuous - I do like the one that mentions turning words into wealth - that sounds more sophisticated.