On your quiz dashboard, hit Create New Quiz to get started.
Choose your favorite quiz templates to find one according to your goal.
What if you don’t want to use a quiz template? You can always hit Start From Scratch and create your own quiz.
For this tutorial, I’ll use, “What kind of blog will lead to your next big breakthrough?”
3. Styling your quiz
Whether you’re using a quiz template or starting from scratch, you’ll see a “quiz design” menu at the top of your page.
Here, you can change your quiz colors, font, and cover image.
Choose a color scheme similar to your brand colors.
Next is the font. There’s a ton of fonts to choose from. Pick a readable font, so your quiz is easy to understand.
4. Build the cover page
Your quiz cover page is the first thing quiz-takers will see. Make it stand out.
First, type in the title of your quiz. Then choose a relatable image with Edit Cover Image. You can either upload a photo or choose from our gallery.
The quiz description doesn’t need to be long, but it does need to be convincing.
Tell your readers what your quiz is about and why it’s worth taking. You can also add a timestamp like “Take this four-minute quiz!” so users know it won’t take up too much of their time.
5. Design your questions
Now build your questions. Your quiz questions should be relatable, easy to understand, and creative.
You can add images to your questions can make them feel unique.
6. Customize your results pages
Your results pages lead users to your business and services, so give as much value as possible. I’ll go over each section of a typical quiz results page.
At the top, state the results and add a relatable image.
Next, describe your user’s strengths. Tell them everything that’s awesome about their result and why they’ve got it going on.
You can have 2-3 pages, depending on how deep you want to go in customizing your content for your audience!
7. Correlate your questions and results
There’s one more thing to do before you log off: correlate your questions to each result so users get an accurate answer.
On your questions page, click Edit Result Correlations.
By clicking on the blue button “edit result correlations” , you can customize each question and make sure that your audience get’s the results they need.
You can customize each and every question and answer and correlate it to the correct result to make sure your quiz is giving your audience the most accurate results.
One answer has multiple result correlations, it’s super flexible.
8. Insert your Quiz in your page
To connect Interact with your page, sidebar, post,…you have to do is paste an HTML code.
You can find this code on your quiz dashboard.
To get started, hit Share & Embed.
If you scroll down, you’ll see some embed settings.
Use custom embed size: Toggle this button to resize your quiz to something other than 800px by 800px.
Open quiz in a new tab on mobile devices: Landing pages and mobile devices can get messy. Use this setting to separate your quiz from the landing page.
Disable the quiz cover page: Your landing page will tell users all about your quiz, so the cover page isn’t always necessary. You can disable it here.
Create a page u open a page created and paste the code inside a code module.
And voila! You have your Quiz.
9. Promote your quiz on Social Media
Now that you’ve created your quiz, it’s time to get people to take it. And the only way to do that is to get it seen by your audience.
On your Interact dashboard, go to your fitness quiz and click Share & Embed.
Under Share Link, you’ll notice five different social media channels at the bottom.
10. Grow your email list with an email opt-in (Pay Subscription)
Instead of showing them the results after quiz completions and asking them to join your email list, you can “gate” the results by asking them to fill out a form with their email address.
Here’s how to do it.
Go back to the left panel in your Try Interact account, and toggle the ‘Lead Generation’ button to the ‘On’ position:
This form takes you through the integration process. It supports all major email marketing and marketing automation tools.
The breadcrumb menu at the top shows you where you are in the integration process:
The opt-in form at the bottom of the screen is what turns your quiz into a lead generation tool: when you activate this function, the quiz-taker has to enter a valid email if they want to see the quiz results:
As you can se with TryInteract, it’s so simple to create and integrate a quiz on your website.
Usually it’s not a good idea to combine multiple fonts, or font sizes on one text line but there are exceptions where they look good.
In this post I´ll show you how to get this result that you can see on my WordPress theme, Meryl.
Step 1: Add Text module
Add a text module and write text you want to show up. On my example, I´ve added text in h2.
Step 2: Upload your custom font
Upload your custom font.
On my example I have to choose h2 font and upload Modernline font. (you only can use form personal use). Now all text will be displayed with the font you have uploaded. No problem! you already have your font loaded and you have to undo the changes.
Step 4: Add span text
Now we have to select a certain text with a custom font. The aim is to create a beautiful contrast in your text. Go to text content and select text tab.
On my example I want to contrast the word capturing so I need putting the following HTML code: Paste this code and edit your color and font size and text:
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