Quizzes dating site
Dating sites are literally about helping people make a connection.
In the last two years, one out of five singletons (and one in four partnered-up people) has dated someone they met on a dating site, and 17 percent of couples that married in the last three years met online, according to a study funded by Observe how the quiz questions below are fun, informative and how they pique the reader’s curiosity.See how the explanation above gives added information about the person’s preferences, interests and their sense of humor?The results (above) can be shared through social media and the reader is also invited to sample the guess-to-know-me quiz on the dating site’s homepage.Finally, here’s the content that makes them think about who they are, who’s a potential match or how they can approach someone based on their personality quiz result.So let’s look at dating sites through another lens and compare the online dating potential to meet Mr. With content that educates them, makes them think — and especially in this arena — content that sparks them up.
Let’s start with the content that will spark them up and help subscribers make that sought-after connection: the “guess-to-know-me quiz.” First, a brief look at why many online dating profiles fail is because they’re too dry, too generic and they just don’t stand apart from other profiles the love of your life may be browsing. The guess-to-know-me quiz can kickstart the conversation and boost your profile out of the running gate.
While these articles provide great information to help members reach their goal, sometimes people don’t have time to read the whole article.
Let’s look at how to serve that content in a quiz way.
The answer above is another example of how the explanation adds extra value: the quiz questions engage the reader, yet both the answer and the explanation give insight about the person.
Dating sites can use the guess-to-know-me quiz in two ways: a) they can provide members with a ready-made quiz based on the information they completed when they signed up, so members can invite prospective matches to take their quiz, or b) they can send a sample of what their profile quiz would look like so they can entice them to sign up.
Editor's note: Brenna Ehrlich and Andrea Bartz are the sarcastic brains behind humor blog and book Stuff Hipsters Hate.