HomeIQ Quiz

Welcome to HomeIQ, a lighthearted quiz series where we invite you to test your knowledge. Each month, we’ll be presenting you with a wide range of questions about the world around us.

Be sure to follow us on LinkedIn to get our latest questions delivered directly to your feed, you might learn something.

Q: In what year was the first recorded dunk in basketball history??
March 22, 2024


View from behind of a man dunking a basketball with trees and a blue sky in the background.

In 1936, Joe Fortenberry, performed the first-ever dunk in a game of organized basketball. The feat was immortalized by Arthur Daley, Pulitzer Prize winning sports writer for The New York Times in an article in March 1936. He wrote that Fortenberry “leaped up and pitched the ball downward into the hoop, much like a cafeteria customer dunking a roll in coffee.”

Q: Which country developed the tradition of exchanging Valentine’s Day cards?
February 16, 2024

United States

Asian couple embracing in of a room adorned with heart shaped balloons. Women is holding a bouquet of roses.
See the answer

The correct answer is England.

While the roots of Valentine’s Day stretch back to ancient Roman festivals and the legends of Saint Valentine, the tradition of exchanging Valentine’s Day cards as we know them today took root in England during the 17th and 18th centuries. The oldest printed Valentine card in existence is believed to be from England, dating back to 1797.

Q: What percentage of the global population is active on social media?
January 26, 2024


Group of people sitting on their phones smiling.
See the answer

The correct answer is 61%, or roughly 4.95 billion active users worldwide.

Kyle Petreycik

About the author

Kyle Petreycik is a digital marketing innovator at HomeTree Digital. As a digital marketer, he has a proven track record of creating eye-catching content that captivates audiences and drives engagement. Outside of work, Kyle finds inspiration in contemporary art by frequenting some of the finest galleries New York City has to offer. He also pan-fries a killer pancake. Who doesn't love a pancake?

Contact us

    Interested in working together? Please complete the form below and we will get back to you soon.

    This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.