Not including time for audience engagement in your events and presentations might have worked in the past, but today’s audiences have higher expectations of being involved with learning and interacting. So, you need to make the time! Just consider how audiences have become more hands-on in reaction to major recent
How many presentations have you attended that could have been delivered more effectively as an email?
You know the drill.
The speaker unleashes a tidal wave of PowerPoint slides with graphs and charts going every which way. It’s hard to pay attention. They rarely ask questions or solicit feedback to involve the
The greatest advantage of event apps and audience response apps is to give your attendees a voice.
Instead of passing around microphones in a large audience of 1,000 attendees, an event app or audience response app can be used to capture hundreds of questions instantly from curious attendees.
Equally important – activities
Last March, I shared 10 ways you can use event technology beyond polling to create more attendee engagement. Recently I gave a webinar on attendee engagement and came up with 10 more ways, which is good, because your event audiences continue to expect more engagement! Here they are:
1. Display and
At their best, events are an explosion of content and ideas where we craft meaningful stories and create community.
However, events are also where we too often load everybody up with as much coffee as we can give them and then send them into a big, dark room with rows and
We live in the participation economy. We have phones in our pockets that are one tap, click or voice request away from finding anything that we want to know on the Internet.
When I look around, I still see events struggling to integrate and use technology to tap into the power
Meetings and events create significant value for the companies and organizations that host them. Value such as leads, sales, and greater awareness – core business goals of the topmost importance. That’s why meetings are here to stay.
But don’t just take my word for it, because there’s a ton of research
It is no secret that having a reliable Internet connection can make or break an event. Nothing brings life to a screeching halt quite like having a PowerPoint presentation freeze during a speech or a live video stream suddenly cut out for virtual attendees around the world. The goal is