Pithy pitches for public poll, please!
October 28, 2019 7:14 AM   Subscribe

I am starting a business and am looking for public feedback in order to decide between 2 branding styles. Can you help me think of some quick hooky pitches to elicit participation?

I am starting a social enterprise oriented business. I have 2 distinct branding styles up for consideration and would like some feedback from the public. I'll have the survey set up on a tablet & the participant would just point to the image they like best.

The survey is anonymous and is basically "which of these 2 designs do you prefer?".

I would love some ideas on some short sentences that would make people comfortable enough to stop for 15 seconds and give their opinion.

Thank you!

Gentle note here: I have permission to execute my survey at this location. I am not interested in pros and cons of survey people in a public setting, just looking for lines.
posted by i_mean_come_on_now to Grab Bag (1 answer total)
It's a great chance to get your elevator pitch honed, and work out the core message that resonates with your public! Really, you want the people who are interested in your area to be giving their opinion, and not worry about someone who will never engage with you again. I'd try things like:

"Are you interested in [social area]? I'd love your opinion on what would be more impactful"

"Have you heard about [social area]? I'm wondering which of my designs would convey [x] about it best?"
posted by london explorer girl at 7:42 AM on October 28, 2019

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