It's hot summer here in Canada and we're hard at work adding new features to your favorite Facebook quiz app. Today we are proud to announce the launch of a new tool to help you build better quizzes. We call it the Smart Quality Score.
When you use Quizzes for Pages, we give you the tools to share a quiz with your friends and fans on Facebook. But sometimes you need to target a larger or more specific audience to get right results. In this blog post, we will show you how to use Facebook advertising tools to give your quiz an extra boost and turn it into a success.
Today we are excited to introduce a new image upload dialog that you can use to upload pictures from different sources (Facebook, Instagram, Google, etc.) directly into your quizzes. You now have the option to crop your images to the right size so they fit perfectly in your quiz or on Facebook Timeline.
Boosting your quiz with a promoted post is a great practice to increase its visibility. This lets you target a specific audience and reach people outside your immediate circle of fans and friends. But how can you track your campaign performance and know how many people actually answered your quiz as a result of seeing your ad? How can you re-engage with participants in order to promote your business?
The answer to both these questions lies in the Facebook Pixel. The pixel allows you to track participants so you can assess the effectiveness of your ad campaigns and then target these same participants as a Custom Audience in your next campaigns.
Today we have great news for our Enterprise subscribers. When you click the "+ New" button to create a new promotion, you will see a menu asking you to choose how you would like to interact with your audience. You can select one of the following: poll, contest or quiz. This gives you access to all our apps from a single account.
When you create a new quiz, all participants answers are anonymous by default. This means you will not know anything about participants other than their general location based on their IP addresses. If you want to collect personal infos, you must set it up before you launch the quiz. Here are two ways to do it.
You might have noticed that a new location field was added to the participants page and in the Excel export. This data indicates participants current country, state and city. We use a database to match participants IP addresses with their actual...
Polls for Pages, Contests for Pages and Quizzes for Pages are our 3 apps that you can use to interact with your fans and grow your business on Facebook. In this blog post, we highlight the differences between the apps so you can decide which one best fits your needs.