Let your audience be heard and massively increase engagement with Live Polls and social walls.
Using live Polls on your social wall gives your community the feeling that their opinion matter and that they can change things. This is great for engaging event attendees and your employees or customers. Let them feel part of the journey and empower them to influence important decisions.
Whether you have internal or external presentations, you can use live Polls to receive real-time feedback. You can also ask questions and quickly start conversations with your audience.
It’s very easy for attendees to lose focus when listening to a speaker. Especially if it’s a virtual session, they might feel disconnected from the speakers and the rest of the audience. You engage them repeatedly by using a social wall and asking your audience to voice their opinion through a poll. Not all polls need to be serious; you can also add a bit of spice by introducing funny polling options from time to time. Everyone likes a good laugh.
Host interactive meetings or corporate training sessions that engage people and let them participate in the conversation! Use Polls on your social wall to ask for feedback from participants.
Live Polls can help you break the ice and have a fun start for your events. For example, you can use Polls during the opening talk and speaker session intros to grab attendees’ attention and wake them up with a good laugh.
Collecting feedback after the event is challenging. Create a simple poll and share it on the social wall while the attendees are still in the room. The response rate will be much higher than the one you’d have for a survey you mail out the next day.
Live Polls will let your audience pick the winner. You can ask people to like the best submission on a social wall via Reactions. Then choose the finalists, and add their names to a live Poll. Your audience will then vote for their favorite!
If you don’t want your audience to choose the winner, you can still involve them in a giveaway by letting them decide the prize. Add a few options in a poll and invite them to vote.
Aat football matches, or dance competitions, let your audience predict the winners. Set up a poll including some of the favorite teams or participants and invite everyone to vote for their favorite.
Whether you are deciding on the team priorities for the next quarter or your next company event, voting is often the fastest way to reach a group decision. Get your team members to vote on the topics that need a democratic majority.
Loosen up the atmosphere and make your new employee’s first-day fun! Turn introductions into a fun quiz and ask your existing team to pick the answer they think is true about their new colleague. You can choose from a wide range of topics to create the options. It can be related to their hobbies, for example. Then, reveal the results and invite your new employee to introduce themselves and share a fun story.
Ask your employees for their feedback to ensure that everyone understands your strategy or goals. Then, get everyone on the same page by discussing the poll results and addressing any concerns.
Most companies have remote team members nowadays. Give them a chance to participate regardless of their location. Allow them to ask questions on the social wall using Direct Posts and participate in important decisions using votes even when they cannot participate in meetings.
Run a live poll on your social wall when preparing a workshop and find out what topics would be best to cover for your audience. This will help you attract more students, and you’ll know that it’s relevant to them.
Get to know your students and determine their level of expertise and the aspects they’re interested in so you can tailor your training session accordingly and make it useful and understandable.
Polls can help keep students engaged and focused throughout the training. Engage them with a simple poll at the beginning of each live session and encourage everyone to share their thoughts and questions on the social wall using Direct Posts.
After a course, workshop, or training session, use live Polls to ensure that your students assimilated all the information.
LehighValleyNews.com has creatively added a social wall on their website to showcase adoptable pets and pet-related content, enhancing community engagement. They host monthly polls for audience insights and encourage reader participation by inviting them to post rescue pet photos or videos using #LVPets or the wall’s QR code. This approach boosts website interaction, supports animal welfare, and strengthens the reader community.
WETA creates a vibrant sense of community by seamlessly integrating a social wall into the landing page of their PBS Iconic America TV show. This ingenious feature encourages viewers to actively participate in the conversation on social media and voice their opinions through interactive polls. The benefits are twofold: the audience gains a platform to express their thoughts, while the production team gathers valuable feedback.
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