This is a step-by-step guide for setting up a quiz to build your email list, complete with instructions for how to promote the quiz using your website and Facebook ads. The guide is broken into two parts. Part 1: Setting up your quiz Part 2: Promoting your quiz Let’s get to it. Setting up your…
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Create a giveaway for your brand at tryinteract.com Giveaways are incredibly effective for driving new contacts into your email list. The appeal of getting something for free is often enough to get new contacts through social media or your website, and they come at little cost to you as a brand. Below we’ll go through…
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Make a quiz now at tryinteract.com Building quizzes is complicated. There’s no sugarcoating it – putting together all the elements from questions to results to correlations to lead capture forms and integrations, there’s just a lot to do before you’re ready to launch your content. Then, once you are done with your quiz there’s the issue…
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Build an assessment now at tryinteract.com Assessments are commonly used for: Lead generation (either by sending to a cold list, promoting with Google ads, or promoting through syndication) Lead scoring (by segmenting leads based on their scores) Interactive assessments stand out against other forms of lead generation because they are new, different, and fun. We’ve seen…
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Create a quiz for free at tryinteract.com 1. In your Volusion Admin Area, go to Inventory > Categories and click Add. 2. Complete the Basic Category Info as you normally would. 3. Under Advanced Settings, leave all settings as default except Search Engine Optimization, which should be completed as usual. 4. In the Category Descriptions section, in the field marked, Category Description, enter the Interact quiz embed…
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If you’re trying to figure out what questions to ask in order to make a good personality quiz, this is the post for you. I went through the best quizzes we’ve seen built at Interact and found the most common questions that get asked. I use this post myself when making quizzes to get inspiration…
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