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Create a Trivia Quiz that's Fast, Easy & Customizable

Create an online Trivia Quiz to test user knowledge. The Trivia Quiz Maker is full of features and customization options. It takes minutes to get up and going with a fully functional quiz.

Create from scratch or using one of the hundreds of optimized quiz templates:

1. Fun Trivia Games for engagement
2. Online assessments
3. Online tests
4. Online Competitions

Why Our Trivia Quiz Builder Stands Out

The top reasons why our why our Trivia Quiz Builder Stands Out

Fantastic Engagement

Opinion Stage trivia quizzes get great engagement rates. The trivia quiz questions are interactive, visually appealing, and optimized for all platforms. As a result, they receive up to 80% participation rates, and up to 90% completion rates.

Shareable results - good for engagement

Easy & Fast to Create

Opinion Stage offers hundreds of optimized trivia quiz templates. Start by browsing the templates to get ideas for the template quiz you want to create. Use the templates to get up and going fast and easy. Make all the changes you like to templates including changing the texts, images and customizing the layout.

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Customize Quiz Look & Feel

Customize your trivia Quiz so that it perfectly matches your site and brand. You can select between different color themes, fonts, and sizes. Above all. you can use custom CSS to change each design aspect of your quiz, or white label the quiz and add your own logo.

customize your trivia quiz

Advanced Quiz Reporting

Opinion Stage will provide you with reports on all aspects of the trivia quiz results and performance. Firstly, you will get a summary with performance data, a result report which details how users answered each question and how long it took them to complete. Finally, you will receive meta data such as time stamps. All of this information can be exported to a CSV/XLS file for advanced analysis.

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How Our Customers Use Trivia Quizzes

Use cases From Opinion Stage Customers

Create Assessments & Tests

Educators and brands use trivia quizzes for students and employees. For example, our customers use trivia at the end of corporate training sessions for new hires. You can easily distribute the tests to students or participants of the course via web or email. Users take the quizzes from any device - desktop, tablet or mobile as needed in your scenario. The results can be analyzed using the online results and statistics dashboard. When needed, you can also export the results of the assessment for advanced analysis in your 3rd party tool of choice.

Digital marketing test

Run Online Competitions

Trivia Quizzes are a great tool for conducting online competitions. Quiz competitions generate lots of buzz and therefor drive traffic to your site! You can run a trivia quiz where users can compete on who can answer the most questions in the least amount of time. You can then collect their contact information and give a prize to the winner.

Competition quiz for prize

Gather Leads

You can generate high quality leads by integrating a lead form inside your trivia quiz. This method of lead generation results with up to 500% more leads when compared to using static forms.

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Drive Traffic From Social

The Opinion Stage trivia quiz maker integrates with popular social networks and includes features that promote social sharing. You can optimize the social shares by configuring the shared image and text. As a result, you can expect an uptick in traffic to your site!

Drive traffic form facebook

How to Make a Trivia Quiz that Delivers Great Results

Follow these 10 tips to create a trivia quiz that stands out

1. Think about Your Audience

Just like any other content you develop, the most important thing is to have a clear concept of who your audience is, and match the questions in the quiz to their interests, needs, and abilities. Make sure the content in your quiz is interesting to your audience.

2. Keep it Short

Start with baby steps. When you start, begin with a minimal set of questions to see how your quiz is shaping up. Write first few questions, save a draft, and see the preview of how your quiz appears. It is easier to adjust your quiz before publishing it.

3. Start Easy

It is recommended that you start with the easiest question and increase difficulty of the questions step-by-step. This way, people will not be scared by the first questions, and will be interested to proceed to the next question in the series.

4. Look your Best

Try to put in your best work while creating a quiz. There is a lot of not-so-good content available on the Internet. So, make sure that you set high standards for yourself.

5. Make your Audience Smile

Don't just be a scorekeeper. Add light humor and make your quiz entertaining to the audience by adding images, animations, and videos.

6. Set the Right Number of Questions

Keep the number of questions between 10 and 15. If you add too few questions, you will miss out on the crucial questions. If you add too many questions, people may lose interest and quit before completing the quiz.

7. Do not Give it Away

Create questions that make your audience think before they select the answer. Make sure that the quiz is neither too hard nor too easy. Consider if you want to show the correct answer just after the user selects an answer or only when he completes answering all the question and gets his summary result.

8. Results Matter

The text and image presented at the end of the quiz are very crucial. Make sure to create results that will encourage people to share your quiz results on social media site. For example, congratulating the participants on their successful completion in the quiz is a great way to get them sharing it on the social media sites.

9. Keep it Positive

Keep the outcome of the results positive even if the score of a participant is not to good. Usage of a negative wordings in the outcome is a complete turn off. People usually do not share something that makes them feel bad or look bad on the social networking sites.

10. Use Visuals

Images and videos catch people’s attention and imagination. Usage of visuals keep your participants glued to the quiz and keeps them engaged. Choose good quality images, especially for the quiz’s cover photo. Check out our favorite sources for good-looking free images.

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