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A total score of the feedback you have been given

The 'Big 4' questions we ask

Psychologist and speaker, Anders Colding, asked communication experts, conference organizers, public speakers, and other psychologists about what feedback they looked for. What basic questions would provide a 360-degree insight into the audience experience?

After testing numerous questions on a wide variety of audiences and talks, he arrived upon the 'Big 4' that you really need, to evaluate any talk or lecture:

  1. How well did the talk meet your expectations: Did you get what you came for?
  2. How interesting did you find the talk: Was it stimulating or boring to be in the room?
  3. How valuable was the talk: Did you learn something new and enriching?
  4. How well was the talk presented: Did you like the speakers charisma and style of communication?

By answering these questions on a scale from 0 to 100, the speaker receives a SpeakerScore that can be easily compared to other SpeakerScores – both the speakers own score as well as others.

Also - you do not have to make up your own questions or create your own evaluation in SurveyMonkey or Google Forms.


The score changes color depending on how high your total is. With a score of 0-59 you will get a red score. A score of 60-89 is orange. And the scores from 90-100 are green.

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What is your personality as a speaker? Find out with badges from your audience.


How it works

Before your talk

1. Before your talk

Create your talk – it is easy and hassel-free. Then find your 4 digit shortcode on the Feedback tab.

During your talk

2. During your talk

Share the 4 digit shortcode with your audience and encourage them to go to to rate you. You can use our PowerPoint template for easy audience communication.

After your talk

3. After your talk

View ratings, comments, photos and your SpeakerScore. Share your score and badges on your website or on social media to promote yourself as a speaker.

Offer downloads

You can upload your slides to your audience through the feedbacksystem of SpeakerScore. By uploading your slides to your talks, your audience will be able to download them from the website after rating your talk.

This is also a great way of getting your audience to rate you, because they need to give you feedback before they will have access to your slides.

Upload content

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You will be able to see an overview of all your scores and badges in the My SpeakerScore → Analytics tab. It will tell you the score and badge distribution and a diagram of your speaking personality.


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Speaking Personality

Email addresses

When your audience gives you feedback, they can choose to be anonymous or not. If they aren’t anonymous, all your audience will appear in the My SpeakerScore → Emails tab.

If you have SpeakerScore Premium, you can also synchronize this list of e-mails to your MailChimp acoount.


When your audience gives you comments as feedback, you can use them as testimonials.

If you have a Premium membership we’ve even made your testimonials into shareable widgets. You can share them on Social Media, on your webpage or on your public SpeakerScore profile.

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See your testimonials


Besides giving you a rating, badges and comments; your audience can also upload photos from your talk through the feedbacklink. This will give you great content for your webpage, social media etc.

Feature photos
Feature photos


You can invite your colleagues to view and edit your talks. Maybe they are speaking with you - Or maybe you just want to keep them updated on specific talks and results.

You invite them through the People tab at the talk you want them to view or edit.

Show video

On your public SpeakerScore profile, you can upload youtube videos for potential customers or bookers to view.


Widgets is a way of letting the world know how well you perform.
Copy the code and place it in your website code.
An easy way to display your SpeakerScore, Badges or Testimonials on your own website.


With SpeakerScore conference you can organize talks at your event.

Use SpeakerScore Conference to add talks to your conference and create a program that you can send to your guests. The program contains direct links to the feedback form, so your guests will have a quick and easy access point to score all the talks. This will encourage the audience to provide their feedback, and you will get valuable information that you can use when you create future conferences.


You can share widgets of your dazzling results directly on social media: Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn. This is possible at the Widgets tab. Just press the social media icon you’d prefer to share a specific widget on.

MailChimp connect

When your audience gives you feedback, they can choose to be anonymous or not. If the choose not to be anonymous, you can se a list of the e-mails under My SpeakerScore → E-mails. This list can be syncronized to your MailChimp account, so you can use it to write direct e-mail advertising to your former audiences.

Syncronize your MailChimp account to SpeakerScore

Public profile

On SpeakerScore you can create a public shareable profile with all the information you’d like gathered on the same page. Your contact information, social media, pricerange, pictures, videos etc.

And of course you can also share your SpeakerScore, Badges and testimonials on this page.

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