Audience PowerPoint Presentations - PPT

On average mobile adds a further 80% audience reach to indi
On average mobile adds a further 80% audience reach to indi - presentation

min-jolico

Monthly Audience Estimates (‘000s. ). +61%. +84%. +50%. +133%. +70%. +50%. +. 109%. +83%. +60%. Source: NRS PADD: NRS April 2016 – March 2017 & comScore March 2017. (Monthly audience estimates).

Persuading Your Audience
Persuading Your Audience - presentation

natalia-si

“Not . an inch to the west! Not an inch to the east! . I’ll stay here, not budging! I can and I . will. If . it makes you and me and the whole . world stand still. !” . --from Dr. . Suess. ’ “The .

Target Audience
Target Audience - presentation

tatiana-do

PRESENTATION TITLE OPTIONAL. Barriers. Those addressed by BR Strategy. Those addressed by SM Strategy. Example: Loss of income by not cutting upper watershed forest. Bee boxes given in exchange for signing agreement not to .

On average mobile adds a further 26% audience reach to indi
On average mobile adds a further 26% audience reach to indi - presentation

min-jolico

newsbrand. footprints. Source: NRS . PADD: . NRS . Jan–Dec . 2014 & comScore . Nov . 2014. (Monthly audience estimates). Monthly Audience Estimates (‘000s). +9%. +33%.

Audience: The Readers Of Lab Reports
Audience: The Readers Of Lab Reports - presentation

natalia-si

Audience: The Readers Of Lab Reports Created By Anita Thammavongsa CONTENT COVERED IN GUIDE 2 3 4 6 10 11 WHAT IS “AUDIENCE” in lab reports? 3 Why audience matters 4 Why AUDIENCE MATTERS: Depth vs Breadth

Using Rhetoric and Persuading an Audience
Using Rhetoric and Persuading an Audience - presentation

yoshiko-ma

Need: Binder, SB text, and a highlighter. What is rhetoric?. Turn to page 65 in your SB text to find out! . Rhetoric. -The use of words to persuade either in writing or speech. Rhetorical Appeals. -Emotional, ethical, and logical appeals used to try to persuade an audience to agree with the writer or speaker.

Key Audience Theories
Key Audience Theories - presentation

sherrill-n

Hypodermic needle, two-step flow, uses and gratifications, preferred readings and passive/active. Hypodermic Needle theory. Harold Lasswell in 1920s. . It is a linear model of communication (sender is the only one who sends the message and the receiver doesn’t give response or feedback)..

Analyzing the audience
Analyzing the audience - presentation

karlyn-boh

Chapter 6. Introduction. Excerpts. “To . the families of those we’ve lost; to all who called them friends; to the students of this university, the public servants who are gathered here, the people of Tucson and the people of Arizona:  I have come here tonight as an American who, like all Americans, kneels to pray with you today and will stand by you tomorrow.

Reading and Persuading Your Audience
Reading and Persuading Your Audience - presentation

olivia-mor

Colin Jorgensen. Association of Arkansas Counties. Litigation Counsel. cjorgensen@arcounties.org. Your Speaker For This Hour. Your Speaker. For This Hour. Your Speaker. For This Hour. 1. Know Your Audience.

Broadcast Audience
Broadcast Audience - presentation

ellena-man

Measurement. Ratings and beyond. Audience measurement. One of the most significant forms of practical research is the measurement of audiences for electronic media content. Became a major issue when radio began carrying commercials.

The Significance of Audience
The Significance of Audience - presentation

stefany-ba

Analysis. Strategically Considering Your Target Populace. KNOW YOUR AUDIENCE. Knowing your audience—their . beliefs, attitudes, . age, education level, job functions, language and culture—is the single most .

Social Marketing: Let the Audience Drive Your Communication
Social Marketing: Let the Audience Drive Your Communication - presentation

conchita-m

Julia Galdo, Managing Director, . Public Communication. American Institutes for Research. June 30, 2009. Social Marketing. Applies the techniques of commercial marketing to influence behavior change that benefits the target audience. .

The EYE of the  AUDIENCE
The EYE of the AUDIENCE - presentation

tatyana-ad

Chapter One. The Audience:. It’s Role and Imagination. Screen vs. LIVE Stage. Audience. . Participation. Imagination of . Audience. . & Performers. Historical Emphasis . of Theatre on an . Audience.

Analyzing the audience
Analyzing the audience - presentation

min-jolico

Chapter 6. Introduction. Excerpts. “To . the families of those we’ve lost; to all who called them friends; to the students of this university, the public servants who are gathered here, the people of Tucson and the people of Arizona:  I have come here tonight as an American who, like all Americans, kneels to pray with you today and will stand by you tomorrow.

Persuading your Audience
Persuading your Audience - presentation

calandra-b

“Not . an inch to the west! Not an inch to the east! . I’ll stay here, not budging! I can and I . will. If . it makes you and me and the whole . world stand still. !” . --from Dr. . Suess. ’ “The .

HOW DID YOU ATTRACT /ADDRESS YOUR TARGET AUDIENCE
HOW DID YOU ATTRACT /ADDRESS YOUR TARGET AUDIENCE - presentation

olivia-mor

By Kelly Hiscox. FRONT PAGE . I . attracted by target audience by using exciting colours on my front page. The party scene created by editing in Photoshop gives the magazines cover an exciting feel for the audience and the array of colours will make my magazine visible to young people who are browsing in the shops as it will stand out to them. I also attracted my audience using my image by the placing of props and actors, the location of the hand directs the audiences attention towards the title of the magazine, which the name of my magazine is also suitable to the genre of the magazine which my audience would be aware of. The title was placed in a white font which is clearly visible against the background image, also as it is in capital letters to make it the most important piece of text on the page. .

How did you attract/address your audience?
How did you attract/address your audience? - presentation

karlyn-boh

How I attracted my . audeince. Use of colour: In my magazine I used bright colours, which were colours usually associated with pop and as this is my genre, I wanted to make it clear. Using bright colours made my magazine look vibrant and fun and therefore it would be more likely that my audience would be attracted to it. I also tried to create a house style by using a colour scheme so the audience would recognise the magazine. I also used to colour pink as my target audience is females and pink usually connotes .

What have you learned from your audience feedback?
What have you learned from your audience feedback? -

kampsta

For our audience feedback we wanted to target our target audience as they will be the people who will be watching our film the most, so therefor their feedback will be invaluable. Our target audience is males aged from 18 – 30 as we feel the sci-fi side to our film will appeal to them. Furthermore, we wanted a romantic element to our film so it would appeal to females as well. Additionally, we thought we would target a working class audience as we have an element of the poor against the rich in our film which could appeal to a working class audience. So we decided to get feedback off both males and females, so we could get a balanced view. .

Audience Analysis
Audience Analysis - presentation

natalia-si

Agenda. Identifying your audience. Gatekeeper. : has the power to stop your message instead of sending it on to other audiences. Primary audience. : decides whether to accept your recommendations or acts on the basis of your message.

Web Content Workshop How to write effectively for the web and for your audience
Web Content Workshop How to write effectively for the web an - presentation

test

Areas we’ll cover today. Philosophy of user-centered content. Structuring your content and navigation. Writing for the web. Writing about Elizabethtown College. Images and other Formatting. User-Centered Content.

Audience Analysis
Audience Analysis - presentation

giovanna-b

Agenda. Identifying your audience. Gatekeeper. : has the power to stop your message instead of sending it on to other audiences. Primary audience. : decides whether to accept your recommendations or acts on the basis of your message.

Reading and Persuading Your Audience
Reading and Persuading Your Audience - presentation

giovanna-b

Colin Jorgensen. Association of Arkansas Counties. Litigation Counsel. cjorgensen@arcounties.org. Your Speaker For This Hour. Your Speaker. For This Hour. Your Speaker. For This Hour. 1. Know Your Audience.

Using Rhetoric and Persuading an Audience
Using Rhetoric and Persuading an Audience - presentation

phoebe-cli

Need: Binder, SB text, and a highlighter. What is rhetoric?. Turn to page 65 in your SB text to find out! . Rhetoric. -The use of words to persuade either in writing or speech. Rhetorical Appeals. -Emotional, ethical, and logical appeals used to try to persuade an audience to agree with the writer or speaker.

Audience reactions to media personae
Audience reactions to media personae - presentation

olivia-mor

Audience members can react in many ways to media personae. The reaction/perspective will depend on a variety of factors. A few significant questions include. :. Does . the audience member treat the .

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