A quick and easy visualization option for highlighting the frequency of key words within text-based data, word clouds can spark ideas and conversations. … Rather than providing accuracy and insight into the text-based data, the word cloud picks out the most used words and ranks them by size.
Word clouds can be great for livening the mood or breaking the ice. Use a polling question that will spark a reaction, start a friendly debate or a competitive response from your audience. Your audience will be on the edge of their seats wanting to know the end result of the most popular word cloud responses. Here are some fun example questions that you could use or gain inspiration from:
- What sports team do you support? Good for building solidarity or some friendly competition.
- Use one word to describe your team/department.
- Who is the best student/learner? Quizzing and polling can naturally increase competition leading to more engaged students and employees.
- Who would you nominate as employee of the week/month?
- In your opinion, what is the best capital city? This could be used as an icebreaker poll to make your audience naturally inquisitive to what their peers are thinking and to ease everyone into a group discussion.
Certain questions can be emotive and help to bring audience members together. Combining this with an instant word cloud of everyone’s thoughts and experiences can really make an impact. Running word cloud poll questions such as:
- What is your favorite holiday location?
- In one word, what is your favorite memory?
- What’s your biggest goal for next year?
- Why did you want to study this course?
- What’s your favourite season?
- What’s your favourite food?
- What was the name of your first pet?
- What’s your biggest fear?
All of these questions invoke memories and emotional attachments. Audiences engage with presentations and to content that they can relate to. The combination of using personalized and relatable experiences with a visual tool such as a word cloud poll makes it so much easier for your audience to remember your presentation and to be engaged from the outset.
Tip: Using an emotive polling question can be powerful. Make sure it is relevant to your presentation topic or the reason you and your audience are gathered together.
One aspect that makes word cloud polls impactful is that they are super quick! If you’re looking for a tool that can collate real-time feedback into live visualizations and can increase audience interaction rapidly, then word clouds are perfect for this.
Running word clouds is easy with Vevox. Once you make your polling question live, your audience will see this poll on their own devices (mobile, laptop or tablets) and they can submit a word to be included in the word cloud. You can then review these words before showing the word cloud display (if you wish) by filtering certain words in an easy and manageable way that shows you the frequency of specific words. Vevox also has an automatic profanity filter to give you the peace of mind when presenting. Then you can simply close the poll to push the results back to your audience to wow them!
But do you remember a while back I said I will make a headline research, this is what I meant by that. So enjoy this big data collection.
This is the song : lose yourself by Eminem. And the words he used most in that song.
This is the song : Beat it by Michael jackson. And the most used words he said.
This is the song: Billie jean
This is the song: Old town road A popular song in 2019.
This is all the best book openings, according to penguin. :
This is the best poems ever, according to earlybirdbooks :
And this is cheasy, but this is all my best poems :
And the news. It’s all the news from the past 30 days from al jazeera, bbc, cnn, cnbc, fox news, and sky news.
And this is what I have been doing for the past couple of months, trying to make this word cloud. And I want to see the trends of the news, and what the news focuses on. And the program will collect news headline everyday for the next 6 months, and seeing what news focuses more on.
Give a like for this post, took two months making the picture and only 30 minutes writing the post.
And join my reddit community : https://www.reddit.com/r/Ansarsblog/