This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Age Range
(45 54, 35 44, 55 64, 65 74), Gender
(Female), Number of Kids
(1, 2, 3+), and Alcohol: Wine Drinker
(Yes). A sample of responses:
- B, tell me what you are doing and this one does. Delivering to my door. Delivering help supposedly. Though the world seems to have more severe problems than skin and eyelash stuff. However not going to the doc's office sounds great, probably not safe, because tele isn't going to be certain to give me an accurate diagnosis nor do tests, but having stuff delivered to my door sounds better to me, especially if B doesn't imply that I don't go to the doctor's office but perhaps the doc calls the medicine in, I go straight home and the med is there waiting for me. That would be cool.
- I like Option B because it was specific about its provision of services - online and delivery - without me having to dig for more information about exactly how I was going to get Har/skin/eyelash solutions without having to go to a doctor's office. People are always looking to save time and money or increase the value/quality of how their time and money are spent. Option B makes it clear how their "solutions" can specifically serve their customer. Option A could have the "solutions" provided through reading a book/literature or some other means.
- I selected my first choice because I really hate going to the doctor's office. If I could get solutions for my hair, skin, and eyelashes and not have to go to a doctor's office - while having a medical-level experience - then this would be my preference. In regards to my second option, I think having these solutions delivered to my door is great too. As long as it's a doctor's office level experience with prescription products delivered to my door, that would be fine with me. But on it's own, I am not convinced it is something I should try.