Sunday, July 16, 2017

How to make a Quiz With Interact Quiz (Sponsored post)



I am very excited to share with you all how I made my latest quiz (see bottom of page) through Interact Quiz. It took me less than an hour to put together (had everything planed out), and it has been a hit with gathering subscribers. I have gained at least 1 subscriber a day with little to no promoting of the quiz, so let's get started.


Ps. read to the end for a few of my pro tips on how to create a quiz in under an hour.

FYI: I decided to do this a bit different and use short videos instead of pictures. I may seem a bit slow in the videos I only slept 3 hours and only one hour was restful, so my cognitive functioning was not 100. I really had to think hard yesterday to do anything. With that said I promise the videos are still helpful. 😇



Step 1: Add email sign up. We are going to start from top to bottom. This video shows you how to add your email collection service (mailchimp) to the quiz. This is not going to show you the whole signing into mailchimp because it remember my information from before. If you notice I linger around one box CHECK IT. If you do not want people to be able to skip the email signing portion of your quiz.



Step 2: Name quiz, add a cover photo, and add a description.



Step 3: Add the questions and add score. This part of the quiz will change depending on the type of quiz you are creating but this step will always be there. 


Step 4: Add results and description. This step you could do last or you could do second. It might make it easier to score your question if you have the results already picked. 

Pro Tips:

1. Plan your questions and results. Take the same time to think with this as you would your blog post.
2. Know what target audience you are trying to reach to avoid people subscribing and unsubscribing.
3. Take quiz. You can catch a lot of mess ups by going through your quiz first.

Would you ever use a quiz to gather subscribers? Are you going to give Interact Quiz a try?

FYI: I am not going to make any money off of your subscription. I was able to use the product for free in exchange for a tutorial. If you would like more information read: Disclaimer Policy.

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Shakirah
Shakirah

Shakirah is a single mom to a 5 year old. She is a blogger, teacher, and graduate student. Her goal is to bring a more positive and realistic look into the lives of single mothers.

3 comments:

  1. I've never heard of this before. Then again there are so many software options these days it's hard to keep up.

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  2. Love that it's easy to try out...thanks for sharing this

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  3. This is the best post I've ever seen.

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