Quiz maker reviews

Typeform

Typeform is a Barcelona-based form builder that launched back in 2012 with a clear mission: “Make online forms a little more human.” And they’ve done well – really well, with 200 employees and $52 million in funding. But for all their experience with online forms (and boy, do they look awesome!), they’re a relative newcomer …

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Riddle

Riddle’s quiz maker has been around since 2014 – it was founded by quiz industry veterans Boris Pfeiffer, Mike Hawkins, and Dr. Russ King. We did a bit of sleuthing; it turns out these guys were part of the founding team who set up the quiz site Tickle.com in Europe (way back in the day). …

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Qzzr

Founded in 2014, the Qzzr quiz maker was launched by Bucky Flowers and Owen Fuller. As their name indicates, their team is primarily focused around supporting quizzes as the main content type they offer on Qzzr.com. Just to confuse things a bit, Qzzr used to have a range of other content tools (such as lists …

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Involve.me

Involve.me is a relative newcomer to the quiz maker space – their team has shifted directions a few times in their brief history. Originally known as Brandquiz – their initial pitch was delivering customizable quizzes and audience engagement for agencies and brands, hence the name. They rebranded in April, 2019 to Involve.me. Like their home …

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Outgrow

Outgrow has been around as a quiz maker since 2016. Founded by Randy Rayess and Pratham Mittal, their motto is “Trying to reinvent marketing”. As they put it: “Customers today want to be helped. Not sold to.” And they’re doing a fairly good job of it – Outgrow is a flexible marketing platform built around …

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Bucket.io quiz maker

Bucket.io

Bucket.io Survey Builder by Ryan Levesque The bucket.io survey tool is the digital implementation of the “Ask Method” by Ryan Levesque. (Back story – the ‘Ask Method’ is pretty cool… it shows how to use quizzes to get potential customers to tell you what they really want/need – so you can follow up with the …

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