1. What N.W.A. Member are You? 4.5k shares
This is a classic example of good timing mixed with great content. Released right around the hype of “Straight Outta Compton,” this quiz capitalized on the social hype for the benefit of the host site. There are a couple of really boring methods they used. First is the idea of “grouping” which means that people share their result and like that they end up with the same result as a friend. The second is the idea of emotional sharing, either putting your results up on social media because you are excited about your result or because you’re mad about it. Those things combined to make very not-boring results of 4,500 shares.
2. Que personagem de “How To Get Away With Murder” você é? (What character from “How to Get Away with Murder ” are you?) 11.9k shares
From Sony Latin America
This show has a strong, almost cultish following, and the fans came out in droves for this quiz. I don’t know enough about the characters to really know, but I have a strong feeling that emotions play into this one as well.
3. Which World War 2 Ace are You? 3k shares
From World War Wings
There is a site dedicated to all things World War 2, and they have a maniacal audience that absolutely loves historical things. That led to this insane amount of action on this personality quiz about the conflict.
4. Do You Have a True Northwest Accent? 1.75k shares
Public radio goes social with this cleverly titled quiz from the great northwest. This one draws on the territorial prowess associated with Portland and Seattle, a smart tactic – divide and conquer.
5. What is Your Spirit City? 1.5k shares
A classic, pretty much the same quiz everyone has been taking forever, I even saw a reference to this type of quiz in Tim Allen’s show “Last Man Standing.”
Of Note: 4 out of 5 of these quizzes are of the type “Which (blank) are You?” we’ve been preaching that title template forever, and the numbers continue to back it up.
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