Make a quiz somebody already made, since everyone knows imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. If it was fun the first time, it will be triply fun the third!
Put your quiz in a category that only a free thinker like yourself would think to put it in. People love surprises!
Choose text and background color combinations that are difficult to read. And don't be sensitive to the fact that a significant number of people are red-green color blind. They're obviously genetically inferior and don't deserve to enjoy sporcle.
Use sporcle to make a quiz for your classmates. Not everybody can afford college, so you really are providing a service!
Leave lots of answers blank. They help break up all that annoying text. The fact that you even thought to include extra spaces demonstrates that your aesthetic sense is far more evolved than ours. We worship at the altar of your good taste.
Don't include a source. We'd much rather see you exercise your creativity.
Use sporcle to make quizzes that require knowledge of you personally. We feel privileged that you're willing to let us in like that!
Make us guess what you're thinking. We love guessing what word you're thinking of...or the most played songs in your iTunes library. It makes us feel that much closer to you, and we love feeling close to you!
Spell words using whatever combination of letters and symbols seems appropriate to you. Far be it for us to question your judgment! If we were as smart as we thought we were, we'd figure out what you meant.
'Facts' and 'the truth' are yesterday's news. If Stephen Colbert has taught us anything, it's that 'truthiness' reigns supreme!
Make sure your quiz requires lots of scrolling. Typing non-stop can get mighty tiring, and it's always frustrating when the quizmaker hasn't had the foresight to build scrolling breaks into the quiz.
Don't accept common abbreviations that are the sporcle standard. Every tyrant - I'm talking to you, sporcle norms! - needs a revolutionary to shake things up a bit.