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Baggiob  (Level: 143.2 - Posts: 888)
Thu, 20th Jul '06 9:04 AM


I was just wondering what is the easiest way to get people to do your quizzes.
I read somewhere that if you post direct links in other chatrooms or similar that can bring in lots.
I did that on google groups and almost started a war because everyone thought it wa sa scam.

Suzer22  (Level: 166.3 - Posts: 1982)
Thu, 20th Jul '06 1:23 PM

My biggest successes have been due to catchy titles in less popular categories. Then they stay on that main page longer, which is obviously the place most people, especially newbies, look for interesting quizzes to take.

Bushyfox  (Level: 174.4 - Posts: 2403)
Thu, 20th Jul '06 7:17 PM

Catchy titles with an interesting topic works for me!

I know some folks don't mind FITBs or TV/movies quizzes, but I NEVER do those'uns coz I find 'em totally uninteresting.
I guess it depends on whether the player is looking for an interesting and informative quiz, or some quick no-brainer points?

Bigbird  (Level: 250.3 - Posts: 3346)
Thu, 20th Jul '06 8:28 PM

Besides the catchy titles, & less popular categories already mentioned, I think it takes time. People have to get to know you and your style.

I know that there are certain constructor's quizzes that I always take; I have come to recognize that I really like their work, and I know I will be treated to a literate, well thought out quiz. By the same token, I have noticed that there are certain people who always take mine. That didn't happen at the beginning. Quiz takers have to get to know you.

I recently wrote a quiz that was totally unlike what I normally do. It was on the latest Superman movie, and I never do movie quizzes. I actually got notes from a few folk, saying, in effect, "Hey, how come you wrote that quiz - that's not like you!"

So, once people get to know you, more will take your quizzes.


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