The BuzzFeed quizzes are EV-ER-Y-WHERE, and Skarky Andrew would argue they’ve jumped the meme shark. That said, they continue attract a ton of people and keep them engaged to the very end. Here’s an interesting post from Digiday:
The BuzzFeed quiz template has become nearly ubiquitous. It has created quizzes for nearly every subject under the sun, creating 7.8 quizzes per day on average since the formula was perfected. Naturally, BuzzFeed has turned brands on to the trend — a dozen or so have been created on behalf of companies to date — and is offering them alongside the more traditional sponsored list content. If BuzzFeed put the listicle on the map, the quiz might just replace it.
Rest of post here: http://digiday.com/publishers/buzzfeed-quizes/
The most dangerous phrase in the language is, ‘We’ve always done it this way.’Grace Hopper
Charles, I came to a very distinct and revolutionary thought while pondering my very existence. I found that this site, TheFacebook, is infact very dumb. I don’t like it. It’s not your fault, and it’s not my fault. Society in its entirety has crumbled, and it is failing. It’s time to leave facebook before our entire souls are removed. Take the Red Pill, Neo…An early foreshadowing Facebook message to @chazgcy on December 10, 2004