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What types of questions drive audiences to answer?

Positive Comment by TPA
about Glisser Jan 2016

Posing the best questions are the key to obtaining answers and feedback. Glisser shares their experience with which questions audiences are most likely to repsond to.

http://www.glisser.com/what-types-of-questions-drive-audiences-to-answer

Really is an interesting read with tips that I had not considered such as making sure the environment is comfortable enough for questions to be asked- really clever!

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Polling for effect: A guide to gathering feedback through Polls

Positive Comment by OliviaW
about Glisser Dec 2015

With response rates getting lower as we all get busier, how can event organisers make sure their polls don’t get ignored.

Love ‘em or hate ‘em, polling is pretty ubiquitous in the event industry and deep down we all know that they’re useful (see below). So here are a few of our tried and tested techniques for getting the most out of your polls...

Great article and some great ideas for trying to get an audience to open up and engage with the presenter. Glisser clearly provides this.

Read the rest of the blog at http://www.glisser.com/polling-for-effect-a-guide-to-gathering-feedback-through-polls

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