VIDEO: HOW TO USE SPEECH TITLES TO ATTRACT AN AUDIENCE

How To Attract An Audience

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Use Speech Titles To Attract An Audience

You might be tempted to judge a book by its cover. But if you do so, you might also be judging its title. That’s because a title is really important. So, if it’s a book, a film or a speech the title suggests something to an audience. And, of course, it’s your job to make sure that it’s something positive. Because you need to use the title to attract an audience for your speech. This Michael Gove speech has a good effort with its title. But it still managed to lose the plot. Your job as a speaker, or a speech writer, is to make sure that your speech title has value and, of course, is interesting.

Therefore, to help you with your speech titles, here are pointers to help you get to grips with titles.

    1. Your title must suggest value to your audience.
    2. And, of course, it must offer benefit to your audience members.
    3. Plus, it must offer something of significance.


speech titles to attract an audience

Use Titles To Attract An Audience

Because you have a really demanding audience you have to make sure that they know what’s in this speech for them. So they aren’t going to waste their time listening to material that’s of no value or just isn’t significant to them. Yes, it sounds painful. But, you have to do it. Focus your title on the value. Keep it exciting and upbeat.

“Speech is the image of actions.”

Solon

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