Quiz making and lead generation are an unbeatable combination.
People just love taking quizzes. They're irresistible content.
Did you know? Your audience is up to 20X more likely to complete a lead form than any other lead generation option.
We designed our online quiz creator from the start to easily connect to MailChimp (and over 1,500 other marketing tools) - no coding required.
Using MailChimp with Riddle's test maker is fully GDPR-compliant. As a sampling:
Why do Riddle quizzes work so well for lead generation with MailChimp?
It's all about human psychology.
Riddle lets you send easily all this quiz data to MailChimp, which you can use to:
For example, imagine you're running a travel site - and create a quiz called 'What's your dream holiday?':
Our native MailChimp integration make it easy to send all your leads and their quiz responses from our online quiz creator to your account.
For more details - take a look at our blog post: 'connecting MailChimp to Riddle'.
Sure, it's easy to sync our quiz maker with MailChimp.
But you might also want a spreadsheet of all your leads and quiz responses.
That's where our 'adding leads to Google Docs' option comes in.
Once you set up your MailChimp to Riddle connection, you can also instantly send quiz leads to any Google Sheet.
Here's how - no tricky coding required.
Don't like Google Sheets?
Download leads from our test maker as a CSV or Excel file.
Sure, MailChimp's native integration is great.
But Riddle's quiz maker also supports Zapier.
Now you can create a multi-step lead generation marketing funnel with over 1,500 apps.
For example, you could:
No coding - no muss, no fuss.
We're love helping out about all things MailChimp and quiz-related.
Ask us anything - from setting up your quiz marketing funnel to tips to improve your quiz.
It's not just lip service - our entire team are huge customer support geeks.
Ask us anything via support chat or email - we all race each other (our CEO Boris included) to answer fast. Really fast.
Most folks get sign ups by showing all of their visitors a (rather annoying) pop-up asking them to sign up for their newsletter.
We're not big fans of this approach.
It's like rocking up to a party then asking the first person you meet out on a private date.
Unless you're George Clooney or Shakira - this probably won't work for you.
A slightly better approach is to offer something for signing up - like a free e-book or white paper.
That's still not ideal.
Sticking with our party analogy, that's akin to asking out that first person you met for a date - but at least offering to pay for dinner.
If you're like most of us, those approaches are irritating.
Enter quizzes, personality tests, and our 12 other interactive formats.
They work so well (up to 40% of quiz takers will fill in your form) - because they get the reader learning more about their most interesting topic: themselves.
Instead of a pop up, imagine you tried this:
That's a much more natural process.
Wrapping up our party analogy - showing your lead form at the end of a quiz is like asking someone out only after having a deep, meaningful conversation.
Simple? Sure. But, hey, it works.
Yes, you can collect name, email, and quiz responses from each quiz taker, then automatically send your quiz leads to your MailChimp account.
Simply create a ‘collect emails’ quiz lead generation form with Riddle - and choose from 16 different types of fields.
Save all of this information with each lead in your Mailchimp account, then send personalized email drip campaigns based on each lead’s quiz responses. Send targeted offers or messages, using the deep insights you have from each quiz taker.
For example, suppose you created a ‘What’s your investment personality?’ as a lead magnet for your financial advisor business. You could send coupons for 25% off your ‘Intro to investing’ webinars for people who got ‘You’re scared of the stock market’, or $50 off your ‘Advanced investment strategies’ course for the quiz takers who scored ‘You’re super stock-savvy!’.
Riddle has a native integration with Mailchimp - you can easily link your Mailchimp account to your quiz, survey, personality test, or other formats.
Once connected, you can create a lead form in your quiz, so you can collect the name, email, and quiz results from any interested quiz takers.
All that data can then be sent to Mailchimp, so you can tag users, add them to lists, and send personalized email messages.
For example, suppose you are a career coach - sending visitors to your ‘Are you ready for your dream job?’ quiz lead magnet. You could send personal invitations to an upcoming webinar only to qualified leads - such as people who got ‘I’m ready for a change!’ as their quiz results AND answered ‘Very ready’ to your question ‘How much do you want to quit your job?’.
Yes, you can automatically put each quiz lead into different lists in your Mailchimp account. Boost conversions by sending the right message, to the right group of leads - each personalized with their name and quiz results.
Definitely. You can require each lead to click on an emailed confirmation link before they are added to your Mailchimp account.
This is a useful feature in terms of global privacy regulations like the EU’s GDPR - which require users opt-in twice before you can email them marketing messages.