Which Family Tree Magazine Cover Do You Prefer?

Which Family Tree Magazine Cover Do You Prefer?

These are the two cover options we're looking at for our November issue, with a lead story about organizing your research and saving space. Which do you like better, A or B? Click Comments to reply (we also have these on our Facebook page if you'd like to comment there)...

These are the two cover options we’re looking at for our November issue, with a lead story about organizing your research and saving space. Which do you like better, A or B?

Click Comments to reply (we also have these on our Facebook page if you’d like to comment there). Thanks for your input!

The November 2010 issue starts mailing to subscribers in mid-August and will be available in Family Tree Shop starting Sept. 7.

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  1. Definitely the second one. It looks more like a Real Simple cover, and that’s the magazine I associate with getting organized. The cubes and the left-justified headlines look much more orderly.

  2. Om sheer shelf appeal in a magazine rack, my eye was instinctively and immediately drawn first to B, before they even focused on what the topics were about. Only then did I look at A. So if you are trying to attract impulse buyers in a retail setting, B would be my choice.

  3. The B cover attracts you first although A probably looks like an organized desk someone would use rather than putting things on a shelf. The topics are also more appealing on B.

  4. Definitely Cover "B" is the best in every regard. With A, you must search for the contents, but B catches your eye and within seconds all is revealed. Also, older eyes prefer clear and easy to read titles. Thanks for asking.
    PaulaM

  5. B is "prettier", but makes me think that if I were to touch anything, it would all crash down. I’m sure it’s just representative of the desk, but I prefer A. It’s a work environment, not just something pretty to look at. Yet, it seems like always that I am in the minority 🙂