You’ve never developed a quiz before? We present you with five different quiz variations!
1. Yes/No: You ask questions that the quiz participants answer with YES or NO. Goal: At the end, there is a certain number of yes answers. Depending on how high this number is, the user receives a rating and a classification in a category. Good example: An online-based burnout test with instant results.
2. Assignment: You ask your questions, and several answers are possible. In advance, you define four different result types/tendencies and match them to the possible answers. Your goal: At the end of the quiz, your user gets the answer to which vacation or leisure type he is, for example.
3. Multiple choice: You create a quiz with questions that have multiple answers. Only one of them is correct at a time. The more correct answers, the higher the score. Examples: Knowledge tests, driving school tests, etc.
4. True/False: You ask questions that can only be answered true or false. The more correct answers, the more points.
5. Forwarding to the product page: To show your user the appropriate product and target sales, use a quiz to determine needs. Example: What type of suit are you? By asking a few questions, you can easily determine the need and lead the user directly to your store to start the sales process.
Regardless of the method or variant, you choose for your quiz, you should always ask for the participants’ email addresses before displaying the quiz results.