If Your Channel Program Was a Cheese, What Would It Be?

Ellen Linkenhoker
Ellen Linkenhoker

Take our channel quiz and discover what cheese personality your program is most like!

This is nacho ordinary quiz!

But you’re so Brie-liant, you curd do this quiz in your sleep.

Are you a connoisseur of Cheddar? Gaga for Gouda? Perhaps you secretly love American cheese? Take this channel program quiz for a hearty chuckle and to find out what your channel program characteristics have to do with your favorite cheeses.

Good cheese—like your channel partner program—is something unique unto itself, coming in a variety of forms, flavors and consistencies. Some cheeses are best spread on your favorite cracker, others when sliced right off the block. It's safe to say that almost everyone loves cheese (those who don't shouldn't be trusted), and the cheese you love most says a lot about you. But beyond taste, what if cheese could be used to determine other things like, say, the personality of your channel partner program?

Even if you're a lover of all cheese, deep down you have your go-to. Your main-cheese. Your number one. When browsing the cheese aisle, there's that specific plastic-wrapped silhouette that gets your heart going and mouth salivating. This eight-question quiz explores how the foundational elements of your channel partner program—when compared to cheese-related elements—paints a picture of your program’s personality, and perhaps even shines a light on where to go next.

Ellen Linkenhoker

Ellen Linkenhoker

Ellen is a life-long learner who finds joy in exploring new ideas and thrives on disruption in all forms. She is an award-winning marketer and navigates all things channel, incentives, and tech. In her role as an Insights & Strategy Leader at ITA Group she keeps a pulse on the changes in the market to direct the vision, position, and evolution of their incentives portfolio. Her position as a leader on the American Marketing Association board keeps her immersed in the latest trends and advances in the marketing field. When she’s not working or volunteering you can find her competing on the volleyball court or working on home renovation projects with her husband.