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3 Reasons Why Your Church Meetings Need an Audience Response System

3 Reasons Why Your Church Meetings Need an Audience Response System

Why use an audience response system for your faith-based meeting? Because speed, anonymity, and accuracy are critical. Whether your church holds council, synod, or leadership meetings, conferences or conventions, when it comes to voting for delegates, or giving attendees a voice on issues, an audience response system (ARS clickers) is the ideal method. This is true for church meetings of any size, small to large.

A quality audience response system can be used by faith-based organizers to speed up their conference process, aid transitions, decide elections, and empower every attendee to anonymously voice their opinion in front of their peers. Exceptional experience and reliable, easy-to-use equipment help to make voting and gathering opinions at your faith-based event a success.

Why Audiences Clap

Why Audiences Clap

The surprising story of how and where clapping, applause signs and acoustic amplification begin, a few thousand years ago. We take for granted that we show appreciation for a performance by clapping. If we like it, we clap. The more we like it the more and louder we...

How to Deal with a Loaded Question

How to Deal with a Loaded Question

When I review our meetings clients proposed questionnaire (their list of questions to be asked at the event), I often ask if a particular question is intended to be “loaded”. Sometimes I get a blank look and sometimes an impish smile of acknowledgement. Here is an...

The Lesson Learned About People at Town Hall Meetings

The Lesson Learned About People at Town Hall Meetings

There is something simple and moving that I learned about Audience Response Systems (ARS) at Town Halls. Quick Tally has done some nationally televised events and some community level events. They have been a wonderful learning experience about the power of audience...

Web Based Polling Exposure Risks

Web Based Polling Exposure Risks

A previous Quick Tally Interactive Systems blog discussed exposing event data when using wireless, or web based audience polling with devices supplied by a vendor. There are more important and less well considered vulnerabilities that are created when using the event...

Groundbreaking Television

Groundbreaking Television

Attitudinal change on Love Connection. Is it generational?This could be the first time most Americans are exposed to the dating and partner selections for Gay and Lesbian couples—both on TV, and in real life. The new Love Connection takes a huge step forward, ahead of...

How to Structure an Interactive Presentation

How to Structure an Interactive Presentation

The power of an audience response system lies in its ability to solve basic problems and do it simply. Here are two very useful tips for interactive meetings speakers and presenters. They are so basic to a successful presentation that they are often...

Why Small Meetings Need Anonymity

Why Small Meetings Need Anonymity

“We don’t need to tally voting, we are only thirty people! It’s easy to know what we all think.” No its not! In fact, it is just the opposite. It’s a common misconception that small meetings do not benefit from the use of Audience Response Technology. ARS is seen only...