How to Make an Experience Social
Spark a two-way conversation.
Tickle isn’t just about guests learning a new skill from hosts. We value storytelling. We want hosts to share what drives them, and guests to talk about their own story.
A Tickle experience is more than a class or workshop. For a start, ask guests to introduce themselves and talk about what first intrigued them about the experience. Perhaps they’ve never done it before, or they’re a professional looking to add to their skill set. There’s always something interesting about someone else’s story.
Guests are interested in meeting new people, but they might be a little shy.
Get people to partner up and discuss their plan for what they’re going to make. It’s great to get a second opinion.
Play a game
Support each other
A guest isn’t sure of the direction her art piece is going. Share your thoughts, then ask fellow guests for thoughts on how she should proceed.
Holding a fitness training session? Hype up the hour with guests making some noise.
In “Commando Fitness Boot Camp by a Men’s Health Cover Model”, guests took turns to complete a short race, with other guests cheering and clapping spontaneously.
End with show and tell
Time to end the experience? Hold a quick review session and ask guests to share what they learned. Encourage guests to chime in with feedback on each other’s work.
READY TO GET SOCIAL?
It’s time to start a conversation and meet some new people. We can’t wait for your experience to go live!
Not sure if your experience is social enough? Send us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we’ll have a look.