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By boredtothemax - / Wednesday 17 February 2016 19:17 / United States - Hammond
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By  Dale_shackleford  |  13

No offense, but I've found that when the presenter can't hold the audiences attention, it's usually their own fault. Good luck next time and take this as an oppurtunity to improve your own skills.

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I mean, how many times do we have to tell you people? There is a button SPECIFICALLY for telling the OP that yes, you agree, this sucks. Please use it and allow the first comment to be used for someone with something witty or important to say. Thank you.

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  TrippingOnAcid  |  29

Who do you care whether it's the first comment or the fiftieth? Why should it hold any more significance than the hundreds of other comments? Lower thine expectations sir

By  Dale_shackleford  |  13

No offense, but I've found that when the presenter can't hold the audiences attention, it's usually their own fault. Good luck next time and take this as an oppurtunity to improve your own skills.

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  badbitch23  |  15

To add on with number 3, it's proven people's attention spans are relativity short. Try to throw in something important or interesting facts to keep people interested in you. Also assuming your presentation was on a PowerPoint add music that's well known ( we will rock you for example) this will keep people focused on the PowerPoint and you

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  katachristic  |  19

Rule #1: Have content that people care about. If your audience doesn't care about the content, they won't pay attention and there's no point in presenting it.

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