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Quiz Examples & Templates

Quiz Examples to help you create amazing quizzes

In today's digital age, content is released at an unprecedented rate. However, much of this content often fails to leave a lasting impact. Enter interactive content—particularly quizzes—which offers a fresh breath in an otherwise saturated market.

Quizzes have emerged as a favorite in the realm of interactive content. Beyond their entertaining appeal, they present a golden opportunity to gather valuable information from your audience, whether it's their email addresses or other personal details. Eager to boost your sales or expand your subscriber list? Quizzes are your secret weapon!

Join us as we delve into 25 captivating quiz examples that promise to elevate your content strategy. Dive into the quiz that sparks your curiosity!

What are some good questions for a quiz?

The design of your quiz questions should closely align with its primary objective. Here are guidelines and examples for two different quiz types:

Personality-Type Quiz:

Objective: To categorize participants based on their traits or preferences.

Guideline: Questions should be introspective and capture varying aspects of one's personality.

  • "How do you react when faced with an unexpected challenge?"
  • "Which setting do you prefer: a bustling city or a tranquil countryside?"
  • "How do your friends typically describe you: a thinker, a doer, a listener, or a talker?"
  • Trivia Quiz:

    Objective: To test participants' knowledge on a range of topics or specific subject.

    Guideline: Questions should be factual with clear right or wrong answers.

  • "Which planet is known as the 'Red Planet'?"
  • "Who wrote the novel 'Pride and Prejudice'?"
  • "In which year did World War II end?"
  • In both cases, it's crucial that questions are clear, unbiased, and crafted to serve the quiz's main goal. Always ensure the tone and difficulty of the questions are appropriate for the intended audience

    Personality Quizzes Still Dominate

    Quizzes which reveal insight into ourselves are still the most successful when it comes to virality, lead generation and general engagement. What is a personality quiz? They're quizzes which provide a type/outcome based upon how you answer questions. They're similar to old fashioned personality tests in that they attempt to provide some insight or reflection which educates the quiz taker about themselves.


    But Trivia Quizzes are on the Rise

    While personality quizzes still outperformed trivia quizzes the most popular test over the last year was a quiz which assessed your knowledge of Corona Virus conducted by Unicef. It hasn't only been online educators utilizing quizzing platforms over the last few year. Pub quizzes, sporting trivia and general knowledge quizzes have all experienced huge growth.

    BuzzFeed Quizzes are Dead

    The age of hugely popular 'Which potato are you' quizzes finally appears to be over, thankfully. Facebook took the lead and adjusted their algorithm to remove these kind of quizzes from everyones feeds. Now quiz creators have to resort to good old fashioned creativity and genuinely helpful quizzes.


    Quiz Titles are still hugely important

    Great quizzes all have one thing in common, great titles. It doesn't matter how engaging, useful and insightful your quiz is if you have a title which doesn't spark curiosity. Great titles challenge the viewer with words like 'actually' or share stats on how many people fail. Great titles let the quiz taker know what to expect in their results.

    How Many Questions Should My Quiz Have?

    Quizzes work so well because they're more entertaining than forms and tests, so don't turn your quiz into a form or test. Keep it fun, short and conversational. Unless you really have to keep your quiz to less than 10 questions.

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    Imagine you're going to ask your quiz takers what their favorite meal is and you have 6 possible answers. Now imagine each of those answers are beautiful mouth watering pictures of expertly photographed meals. The reward centers in your quiz takers brains will light up like christmas trees and you'll see a huge jump in completion rates.

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