One of my most fun gigs was serving as Match.com's resident quiz mistress. (Take some of my dating quizzes) I don't do the volume I once did since the CMS is now full of them, but below is one they recently pulled out of the archives and re-posted on the Chemistry.com blog. The topic's still relevant and the content itself still feels fresh. It's good example of the value of both evergreen content and good content management. It's effective and cost-efficient to extend the life and value of content you've already bought and paid for. (Here's different approach to getting more from one piece of content).
Do you two have genuine chemistry, or is this just an infatuation?
By Margot Carmichael Lester
Chemistry — that totally intangible but utterly crucial element that can turn a stranger into your sweetheart or make a blind date become your boyfriend — can be hard to measure. Is your attraction to your partner based on a true spark, or is it just a passing infatuation? Is that really chemistry you’re feeling in your gut, or could it be indigestion? Take this love litmus test to find out!