Here I am, starring at a blank page trying to find a title that
maximizes sales captures the true essence of my book. I wish I could choose an arbitrary title like, say, Autumn in Peking or The Squadron’s Umbrella but, hélas!, some people wouldn’t find that funny enough.
So, I need you to help me, please. The book was written for corporate non-designer users, who need to make more effective and compelling visualizations using familiar office tools (here is a draft table of contents). The two following questions split title and subtitle, so the best subtitle may not be the right one for the best title, and vice-versa.
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These are the best ones we could come up with, can you believe it?! So, if you think you can do better, by all means add your suggestion to the comments below. If we choose it, sending you a free copy is the least we can do.