Content is no longer just about the great marketing copy you produce; it’s about getting your users to interact. According to a study by the Content Marketing Institute, interactive content is on the rise. In fact, 53% of marketers surveyed said they use interactive content. Reasons for using it include (unsurprisingly) increasing user engagement but they also include educating audiences, lead generation and creating brand awareness. And 81% of users surveyed agreed that interactive content grabs attention much more effectively than static content. Here are a few tips to make your content more interactive.
Embed surveys, quizzes and polls into your content
Writing a blog about psychology or key personality traits needed to succeed in the workplace? Why not pair that with a quick interactive personality test or survey? There are tones of tools out there that can help you do this. One of the best is Apester. They allow you to easily embed a very wide variety of interactive content into your blogs, website or articles, and they are the world’s largest engagement platform so are definitely doing something right. Another good option is EngageForm – they have a wide range of easily customizable quizzes with great visuals.