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Jul 16, 2019  ( 1 post )  
7/16/2019
1:24 am
John Simonson (johnhank93)

How To Make Presentations More Interactive With Swift Polling

 

Swift Polling is a tool that can help you transform your presentation into interactive session, which would definitely leave long lasting impact on the attendees. Presenters are usually found struggling to keep the attention of their attendees intact, and only a few remains successful. Swift Polling helps in reshaping your presentations into a two conversation, between the presenter and attendee. This tool allows you integrate interactive activities directly into your presentation, using its web based audience response system.

To keep the presentation interactive and engaging, all presenters need to do is create a poll, and invite audience to participate. The audience can participate using their handheld devices (tablets, cell phones) using internet, similarly they can also take part in the created poll using SMS texting. Studies shows that such presentations are more successful and long lasting compared to the traditional ones. The users are more attentive towards the presentation due to which transmitting message becomes more easy and effective.

The use of such technologies are quite common now, this claim can be supplemented by the fact that nearly 60% of Fortune 500 companies for meetings and events. Moreover, more than 300,000 educators are also making use web base audience polling system to make lectures, sessions, presentations and seminars more interactive and enthusiastic. Using Swift Polling educators can minimize the distractions and keep their audience more involved and intrigued in the session. Creating polling sessions can be done remotely, all you need to do is activate the poll using your smart phone, and it will appear on the top of your slide and stays there till you deactivate it.

Live polling is one of the key drivers that are pushing talks into the area of conversational presenting. But the technology is not enough. If we hope to leverage its full potential, we need to learn how to facilitate conversations that arise from the dynamic content co-creation that live polls enable.