Riddle is big on helping it’s creators make money. Adding a perfect lead gen form to a quiz or a personality test is the first step to monetizing your content. Either by growing your email list or by serving up paid leads from other sources.

How to use the Ask Method from Ryan Levesque with Riddle

By | January 4th, 2017|

I’m a huge fan of Ryan Levesque’s “Ask Method” – using the power of quizzes and surveys to grow your sales through an automatic, yet highly personalized sales funnel. (If the this is new to you, I recommend you read his book “Ask“. It’s a quick read, and a steal at less than […]

Segmenting users based on quiz data

By | November 21st, 2016|

Lead Segmentation and Tagging using AWeber

How can you make your email marketing efforts much more effective? Very simple – send more relevant emails that feel personal and don’t read like carpet bombing newsletters. Using the very cool tagging feature from AWeber you got all the basic tools to automate your email marketing in a way […]

How to connect your AWeber account to Riddle

By | November 21st, 2016|

Email automation experts AWeber and the quiz builder Riddle make it easy for to run highly personalized and effective email marketing campaigns.

Growing your business online is a tough challenge.

First, you need to capture the attention of your target audience. And that’s just the start. You then have to convert them to paying customers. The best way […]

Adding a Facebook Conversion Pixel for lead gen tracking

By | November 15th, 2016|

Online marketers, rejoice! You can now fire a tracking or Facebook conversion pixel every time a lead gen form is completed in your Riddle quiz, list, or poll.

Why is this important?

Are you using Facebook to drive traffic to your Riddle content on your site? This will be a big help in helping optimize your […]

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 […]

Connect Riddle Lead Generation with your aWeber Account

By | September 26th, 2016|


We now have a brand new integration that allows you to connect your AWeber account to Riddle directly and also uses the very cool AWeber tagging system. Read all about it here.

The example below is still useful if you want to learn the principles of how to work with Riddle and Zapier – […]

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 […]

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 […]

Using Zapier with Riddle and MailChimp

By | June 30th, 2016|

Connect Riddle to anything

We often get the question – “Riddle’s great, but can I send the data to any CRM system like SalesForce or Marketo?”

To solve this need, we’ve created the ultimate data connector – that will allow you to connect Riddle to pretty much any other system to process the data captured with your […]

Why are quizzes so powerful for lead generation?

By | April 8th, 2016|

Getting leads is the Holy Grail of all business growth.

Getting more people to join your mailing list or subscribe to your blog will make a huge difference in how fast you can grow your content marketing efforts and thus your business.

You’ve probably seen the most common form to get people to sign […]