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Da1bearsfan  (Level: 5.6 - Posts: 19)
Sat, 1st Dec '07 8:47 AM


By the aamount of takers on your quiz, what is considered a "hit" and a "non hit"?

Like and ex that I made up .

1-30 bad , 31- 45 ok, etc. etc

Heidi  (Level: 36.2 - Posts: 694)
Sat, 1st Dec '07 4:30 PM

If it is REALLY a hit it will appear on 25 most popular which is determined by rating and number of takers the math stuff unclear to me as always. If you write on a more difficult-yes, slightly obscure topic you will probably have fewer takers than if you write in more popular categories such as movies, TV, and music. Then again, if you write well you might receive an EA which get higher ratings by nature of the scoring system. Some quizzes I expected to do great did not but have had some unexpected success as well. Know this doesn't really answer your question.but so much depends on things you cannot predict-Linda

Mindmonkey  (Level: 270.3 - Posts: 295)
Sat, 1st Dec '07 4:48 PM

It makes a lot of difference what kind of quiz you do. The ones in categories like tv, movies, etc. tend to get lots of takers fast. Just look at the ones that always make the most popular list. Other categories get far less. I do a lot of history and literature ones and they seldom get more than 30-40 takers while they are on the board. That's fine with me. I also find that they stay reasonably popular and that are constantly making points. Every couple of weeks, there's another taker. There are months that I don't even do one new quiz and I still remain in the top 50 in numbers of points made from people taking my quizes.

Da1bearsfan  (Level: 5.6 - Posts: 19)
Sat, 1st Dec '07 11:57 PM

I have a quiz on the top 25 like you mentioned.... Thanks for the help guys, makes more sense now....

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