Image quizzes are the best kind of quizzes, here's what we'll cover in this tutorial.
1. Create "Identify this image" questions
2. Showing the correct answer on each question
3. Setting up your quiz to grow your subscribers
4. Creating the results of your quiz
5. Making image answer questions
"Identify This Picture" Questions
The picture to the right shows exactly what this is, there's a picture of an ancient-looking deer skull and you're asked to identify what it is. I love these questions, it reminds of me of Jeopardy or something where you get to guess at what the picture is.
This also works super well for Geography quizzes and any sort of trivia quiz you might be running. There's not a ton to know about this type of image question, but you do want to shoot for 6-10 questions in your quiz as a total amount so that people enjoy taking it and get really drawn in but don't leave because the quiz is too long and gets overdone.
Showing Correct Answers
A good picture quiz doesn't make you wait to see if you chose the right answer or not. You can show immediate feedback on each question with a custom color indicating whether the person got the question right or wrong.
In this way it does become like a Jeopardy quiz where you get to see right away if you got it right. This type of immediate feedback is huge for engagement because every question becomes its own adventure apart from every other question and in total it becomes a whole experience.
Growing your subscribers with your image quiz
In interact quiz maker you can use your quiz to generate leads and grow your subscribers. If you enable this you can expect roughly 50% of people to opt-in for your email list.
This makes sense if for example you are doing a Geography quiz and you have a geography website people can subscribe to your newsletter for. Because they're already taking a quiz about Geography they'll probably want to be on your list, it just makes intuitive sense.
Image answer questions
You can also have image answers to your quiz questions, like the one pictured to the right. This is the highest-engagement type of question and works best on mobile devices because people don't have to read through all the text to choose an answer but rather can just click on the picture that most connects with them.
You can use this type of question for trivia-type quizzes where you are asking people to identify a correct answer, or you can use it for personality quizzes where the answer just corellates to the quiz results.
Bonus: Images For Context
You can also use pictures in your quiz to provide context for what you are asking. The example here shows a question about an ancient skull, and there is a picture of the skull for context. This makes the quiz super fun and I've seen this method used a lot for museums and art galleries who have a ton of awesome imagery to include in their quizzes.