We all love to give our opinion - that's why asking your audience a question is so powerful. Add your own poll to any page or post and get your audience thinking (and clicking).
Creating an opinion poll with Riddle's quiz maker is easy - you can make and embed your poll in under 60 seconds.
Pro soccer powerhouse Manchester City are big fans - they constantly use polls to get their supporters feedback.
It's simplicity itself. Seriously. Riddle's intuitive quiz maker lets anyone create a stunning poll - with no coding skills required.
Just ask a question, add images, and your poll will be ready to embed on your site in under 60 seconds.
Do you use Wordpress? You can pop in your Riddle poll directly in any page or post of your Wordpress site using our our quiz creator's nifty plug-in.
The British Broadcasting Corporation use our online quiz creator to quickly make polls around a variety of topics.
You can see one in action below - asking the intriguing question "Should non-smokers get extra vacation for not taking cigarrette breaks?":
Want to catch your audience's attention? With Riddle, we make it easy to find the perfect image, video, or animated GIF:
We designed Riddle's quiz maker as a powerful lead generation tool.
Sports teams like Scottish powerhouse Celtic FC regularly use our test maker's polls for easy, quick engagement after games and in the off-season. Check out their "Vote for your player of the year" poll:
You'll have near-total creative control when you make a quiz or poll with Riddle. We've made it easy to customize almost every aspect of your poll, from colors to fonts and more.
Pick the perfect color scheme and select from a wide range of fonts to make sure your poll fits your site's style.
Riddle also speaks your language - we're a global team and support over 67 languages from Dutch to Danish, Chinese to German.
You can also create a quiz or poll to:
Our Pro and Team test maker plans take customization to the next level:
Part of the Immediate publishg empire, the team at the UK's #1 TV/radio site turn online polls like this "Who is your favourite MCU superhero?" to get their audience engaged.
They cleverly draw out the poll over several rounds over a month, driving return visits by committed fans.
And once they click, they are proven to stay longer on site - boosting page views, SEO, and ad revenue.
Whatever the topic, opinion polls have always been popular. From politics to pop culture, it's human nature - people love to give their feedback.
You can use our test maker to quickly create polls that increase engagement and retention on your website. Just asking your audience to weigh in with their opinions pays big dividends. It could be "Choose our new logo" or "Which article did you like best?" - answering makes each user feel engaged with your site. This has a huge positive impact on how much time they spend on your site.
Add in the ability to collect emails and leads online - and using polls is a no-brainer.
If you ask the right question, you can both engage your fans and also help qualify each respondent.
Let's go back to the productivity seminar example. Imagine that you publish a series of articles on your blog around how executives could make the most of their limited time.
Next, you start asking your community a poll question after each article.
It could be simple feedback ("How useful did you find this article?") or getting their thoughts about your next post ("Would you want to learn more about meeting management or personal goals?").
You'd gain a valuable insight about each person who votes and fills out the lead form. Are they a potential customer? How likely are they to purchase? What products are they most concerned about?
Imagine you added a poll in your "Ten Ways to Save Time" productivity post. You ask "What stresses you out at work?".
This is where Riddle's quiz maker and your poll-powered marketing funnel swing into action.
With our test maker, each user who answered "I don't have enough time" or "Too many meetings" could be tagged as a "good lead".
Your CRM takes over at this point - and you set up a series of messages centered around helping time-crunched managers. You include tips on avoiding unnecessary meetings, sticking to your daily to-do list, and best of all, a free personal 15 minute Skype consultation.
The bonus? All of this comes from simply asking your users what they think. You ask, they answer, and you're on your way to a natural conversation - with the best chance to convert them to a satisfied, paying customer.
Just drop us a line; we'd love to help out! You can contact us on support chat or email (email@example.com).
Seriously, ask us anything - from our quiz creator to tips about polls. From our CEO Boris on down, we're all customer service geeks at Riddle - and love being the first to answer!
That’s easy - there are no limits with our opinion poll. Each poll can support anywhere from 1 vote to millions - Riddle polls are used by global brands and publishers like CNN and the BBC. We’re experienced with high levels of traffic from popular polls.
Yes, there is a limit of vote per person per browser. This is a good balance between security and privacy - because Riddle is a GDPR-compliant quiz maker. It does not add cookies or store IP addresses, which is what would be required by more in-depth voting limitations.
This seems to be sufficient for big publishers and brands like the BBC and the NBA's Chicago Bulls - who regularly use polls to engage their audiences.
However, we have robust security measures to prevent bots and hacking - including limiting how often votes come from a single IP address.
Absolutely - you can add nine different media types to your opinion poll with Riddle. Search and find images, GIFs, or video using Giphy, Vimeo, YouTube, Google Images, and Pexels. Or, upload your own images, MP3 audio, or MP4 video files.
You can automatically open and close your poll for voting. Simply pick the date and time in the 'Poll options' tab under the Customize step.
Time-limited polls are a powerful way to turn every poll into a special event. Get your audience to cast their vote - then reveal the results on social media once the poll is finished.