by Josh Haynam
BBC Proms, a music festival put on by the BBC, created a quiz to promote the eight-week-long music festival, and it was a hit on Twitter.
In just a few hours, the quiz was viewed more than 10,000 times, and it prompted fans to post screenshots of their quiz results to share proudly with the world.
However, for every success like BBC’s quiz, there are many more failures, including terrible quizzes that have fallen flat.
Discover the best methods for building amazing quizzes that generate response and traffic.
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