25 collaborative word cloud ideas for an interactive presentation

25 word cloud ideas for an interactive presentation
Monday, Apr 19, 2021

What better way to make a session memorable than to let the audience have some fun? We say, go for it!

Time flies when you are having fun - Albert Einstein

And what’s more fun than seeing a live word cloud form out of all the audience responses?

Let’s look at some word cloud ideas for increasing audience participation in presentations right away.

10 fun quiz questions you can ask to break the ice

1. Ask about their current emotion.

Q: How are you feeling today?

A: Happy, Sad, Excited, Irritated, Bored etc.

2. Find out where your participants are joining you from.

Q: Where are you located?

A: India, US, Japan or Chennai, Mumbai, Kolkata etc

3. Be a bit nosy!

Q: Name one thing you can’t live without.

A: Mobile phone, Netflix, Food, Internet etc.

4. Appeal to the foodies in the group.

Q: Which is your favourite Indian sweet?

A: Doodh peda, Laddoo, Rasgulla etc.

Q: If you have to choose one drink for the rest of your life, what would it be?

A: Apple juice, Water, Bloody Mary, Beer etc.

5. Pick some questions for the Fantasy readers.

Q: If you encountered a Boggart from the Harry Potter books, what shape would it take?

A: Snake, Spider, Ghost, Manager etc.

Q: What/who is your kryptonite?

A: Partner, Pet Dog/Cat, Chicken 65 etc

6. Talk about their aspirations.

Q: Who’s your role model?

Q: Which public figure has left a huge impact on you?

7. Find out who they are fans of.

Q: Who is your favourite actor/actress?

Q: Which is your favourite Netflix series?

8. Ask about their hobbies.

Q: What do you enjoy doing in your spare time?

9. Fire a random question.

Q: What is your favourite day of the week?

10. Find out what they like to celebrate.

Q: Which is your favourite holiday/festival?

A: Christmas, Diwali, Onam, Teachers day etc.

5 audience questions about their work life

1. Find out what makes them tick at work.

Q: What is most important to you at your workplace?

A: Salary, Friends, Workstation, Food, Team discussions etc.

2. Dive right into the technical details.

Q: Favourite programming language/ favourite tool at work

A: Java, Python, Slack, Excel etc.

3. Grab the chance to conduct a live survey during your presentation.

Q: What is your job title?

A: Software Engineer, Senior Manager, Director, Marketing Officer etc.

4. Find out what makes them excited.

Q: Name one technology which you are excited about.

A: Deep Learning, 3D printing, Quantum Computing etc.

5. Know more about their ambitions.

Q: Which is your dream company?

A: Google, Pinterest, Amazon, Facebook etc.

5 slide questions to get valuable inputs from your customers

1. Convert the session into a live feedback session.

Q: What is the one thing you like/hate the most about our product/service?

2. Get fresh and innovative ideas.

Q: Name one feature that you would like to add to our product/service?

3. Set the benchmark. Listen to what they need.

Q: What do you look for in an ideal product/service in ?

A: Affordability, Sustainability, Quality, Availability etc.

4. Make a list of their favourites.

Q: Which is your favourite product from our brand?

Q: Which is your favourite service from our brand?

5. Get your customers involved in the brand’s journey. They will love it!

Q: Suggest a name/color for our new product.

Get live audience feedback for your session with these 5 questions

1. Find out what they enjoyed the most.

Q: What part of the session did you find the most interesting?

A: Audience interaction, Videos, Images, any particular topic etc.

2. Get ideas for your next presentation.

Q: What topic would you like to hear more about in the next session?

3. Fool around and have some fun.

Q: Name the presenter who you thought was cute. 😉

4. Analyse the takeaways

Q: What did you get from this session?

A: New Contacts, Knowledge, Lots of Fun etc.

5. Ask them if your ideas for audience participations worked!

Q: Which audience interaction method was most fun?

We hope these pointers will help you in making presentations interactive and fun! To get started with adding a live word cloud in your upcoming session, we suggest you head over here to try out Audiencly’s Wordle feature for free.