Riddle offers a wide range of customizations for everyone who wants to take the quiz experience a step further than what we offer out of the box. Learn how to customize your result pages and build marketing funnels based on quiz results.

How to test a custom result page

By | October 14th, 2016|

Did you see the integration tab mentioning webhooks and custom result page while building your Riddle and wonder what you can do with it?

Through the integrations, you can build a highly customized quiz experience, which includes sending people to a custom result page, that you can design any way you like. It does take a […]

Build a custom result page for your quiz

By | October 5th, 2016|

Create a custom result page for your Riddle Quiz

Sure, Riddle’s very useful – but sometimes, you’ll want to go beyond what our standard tools offer.  Quizzes and personality tests are powerful lead generation magnets – now we give you the the ability to create a custom result landing page for anyone finishing your quiz.

True, […]

Email Marketing – Automatically Send Quiz results via Email

By | September 27th, 2016|

Want to see how to use Riddle quizzes to automatically build your email list? With Riddle, it’s easy to build a fully automated email marketing chain. Create a fun quiz, and before showing their results, ask the quiz taker to leave their name and email to receive their result – simple, quick, and effective.

Imagine you’re […]

Add Google Analytics tags to your Riddles (Riddle University)

By | July 27th, 2016|

Creating quizzes, lists, and polls on Riddle are proven winners at boosting engagement with your audience. Here’s a quick tip on how to count each question as a page view for your site’s core metrics using Google Analytics.

Every time you create and embed a quiz or other type of Riddle on your site, you’ve got […]

Riddle University: how to use the In-Quiz iFrame

By | July 21st, 2016|

Adding lead generation to interactive content like quizzes, lists, and polls is powerful. Your audience is at their most engaged – so it’s a perfect time to ask for their name and email address for newsletter sign ups, contest entries, or white papers. Now you can use our new In Quiz iFrame tool to display […]

Riddle University: Blend your embed to your site with our CSS Style Override

By | July 8th, 2016|

Did you know that you can use our CSS Style Override to seamlessly embed and match your Riddle quiz, list, or poll to your website’s look and feel?

Yup – from button styling to text, colors to borders, you customize nearly every element of a Riddle – and you don’t have to be a code guru […]

Geeking out – Process Riddle data on your own server

By | June 30th, 2016|

We told you already how you can use zapier.com to connect Riddle to a whole set of tools like Google Sheets or salesforce.com in this post.

Now we are going to get your inner geek going at full speed and show you how to write your own webhook with just a few lines of PHP

To get […]