How to Entertain Your Audience


Entertaiment is a broad term that describes any activity that creates pleasure for an audience. It can be anything from small family entertainment to elaborate shows. From pre-recorded products for any event to international events attracting thousands of people, there are plenty of ways to entertain your audience.

Any activity that gives pleasure to an audience

Pleasure is a social and cultural phenomenon that encompasses a variety of forms. Different forms of pleasure have different effects on audiences, and have been implicated in different behaviors. Pleasure is related to class, gender, and genre. Audiences seek pleasure through the addition of value or connection to an experience, whether that value comes from participation, humor, or the interaction with other participants.

Unlike Feldman’s propositional view, most people’s experience of pleasure involves enjoyment of a sensation and the cognitive content that it conveys. As such, the most natural view of pleasure is closer to the ‘adverbial’ neoAristotelian view.

Activities that make an audience happy

There are many activities you can do in front of your audience that will keep them interested. One way to enliven the audience is to incorporate a thumbs up exercise. This will get the audience’s left and right brains working together to get them energized. Another activity is dancing. It can be a lot of fun and can be a great way to get people moving.

Activities that convey the right tone to an audience

Tone of voice can be an effective marketing tool, and it can also help convey your company’s goals and values. To do this, make sure that you use the appropriate word choice. For example, if you’re an authority figure, your tone should be confident and sure of yourself, while if you’re a subordinate, your tone should be respectful and submissive. Also, you want to make sure that your message is as clear as possible and that your argument or content is compelling. Avoid using unnecessary stories or ramblings in your communication.