Content Writing Foundation Quiz Friday, November 8, 20190 comments Time for a quick quiz on Content Writing! But first, a few points to keep in mind! This Content Writing Foundation Quiz consists of 20 multiple-choice questions with a time limit of 10 minutes. The timer is located on the bottom right of the page. Select an answer or multiple answers based on the question. Click on the “Next” button at the bottom of the page to proceed to the next question. Click on the “Submit” button on the final page to end the quiz and view the results. If you run out of time, the quiz comes to an end and you will be unable to attempt the remainder questions. Please go to the last question of the quiz and click on the submit button. All the Best! 1. How can we make content scannable? Short paragraphs Bullet points, lists and subheadings Infographics All of the above2. Thin content is defined as content that holds little to no value. True False3. Conducting competitor analysis is important for a content writer because We can get an idea of what has already been tried and tested on our audience. We need to be aware of what content our competitors are putting out. It helps us create a more informed and effective content strategy. All of the above4. How long should your blog title be? There’s no specific title length, just make it crisp. Exactly 60 characters long Approximately 60-70 characters long5. What is the use of Quora for a content writer? A content writer can use Quora to find topics to write about. A content writer can use Quora to promote their content. A content writer can use Quora to create backlinks. All of the above6. Conducting research is not a crucial part of a content writer’s job. True False7. What is the ideal keyword density? 1-4% 5-10% 2% 9%8. What is keyword density? It is the number of times a keyword has been used in searches It is the percentage of times a keyword has been used on a web page in comparison to the total number of words on that page It is the percentage of times a keyword has been used on all pages of a website in comparison to the total number of words on all those pages It is the ratio of the number of characters a keyword takes to the total number of characters on the page9. Which of the following is an unethical content writing practice? Writing about topics that have already been written about Reading other people’s blogs for research Spinning Content to make it look unique10. While writing web content, what voice should our writing be in? Active voice Passive voice11. There’s _______ between writing for a newspaper and writing for a blog. a lot of difference very little difference no difference12. Editing is a process that only beginner content writers have to carry out. True False13. What are backlinks? links that are pending to be posted on your website links leading from one page on your website to another page on your website links placed on other websites leading to your website links that are no longer functioning14. While writing for the web, one should use Complex vocabulary to impress readers More commonly used, simple vocabulary Either a) or b) - it doesn’t matter15. Paraphrasing and spinning content are one and the same thing. True False16. Content Writing and Digital Marketing go hand-in-hand. True False17. What is scannable content? Content that can be scanned through an app on your phone. Content that is structured in such a way that you can easily find the information you’re looking for. Handwritten content that can be scanned and put on a word document. A short summary of a large piece of content.18. What are internal links? Internal links are links from one page of your website to another page on your website Internal links are links to the back-end of your website for internal use Internal links are links placed on another website leading to your website None of the above19. You should write your content based on who your audience is. True False20. What is ‘spinning’ content? Copying someone else’s work, but giving them credit for it. Copying someone else’s work, and taking credit for it. Rewriting someone else’s work, but giving them credit for it. Rewriting someone else’s work, and taking credit for it. Hurray! You are almost done. You may visit previous questions for a reconsideration if you like Or Click on the submit button to end the quiz and view your results. Name Email Phone Number Submit a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.