1. Increase Audience Comprehension
Does your audience understand the ideas you’re presenting? You might have a strong presentation, but if your audience isn’t absorbing the information, it’s time to make some adjustments. Live audience polling allows you to assess your audience’s level of comprehension and re-hash your most important ideas if necessary. You have the opportunity to ensure your audience exits the presentation with your most important takeaways.
2. Give the Audience Control
No event is the same. It’s smart to be slightly flexible in your presentation to match the needs of each individual audience. Using a live SMS poll throughout your presentation makes it easy to figure out which topics to really delve into, and which topics to skim by. By catering your event directly to your attendees, you help to guarantee that your attendees gain maximum value from your presentation.
3. Get Instant Feedback
It’s not uncommon to gather feedback through polling after an event is over. Instead of realizing you missed the mark after the presentation ends, use live polling to check in with your audience mid-presentation. SMS polling can be done through text messaging anonymously, so expect to get honest answers from your audience. Live polling gives you the necessary tools to engage your audience from start to finish.
4. Put Your Audience First
You present yourself as the type of event leader that puts their event attendees first.
Checking in with your audience is not only smart, its courteous. Your audience will appreciate the chance to share their input through live poll because it’s simply not an opportunity that many event leaders incorporate. By standing out and utilizing live polls, you interact with your audience in a new and exciting way.
Why do we think live polls are the secret ingredient to successful events?
It’s simple: implementing live polling directly impacts your audience’s understanding, engagement and enjoyment of your event. Incorporate live polling at your next event and notice the difference.
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