Audience Analysis Paper
Whenever giving a presentation it is important to properly communicate with your audience. In order for a presentation to be affective, the speaker must know who they are presenting to in order to inform, persuade, or entertain them. In order to be successful in getting your message across it benefits the speaker to have information about their guest such as their interest, likes and dislikes. You never want to go into a situation unaware of who your audience is in order to keep them interested. When I lived in Los Angeles I worked for a company called Sik 50s we manufacture and ship out dirt bike parts throughout the US, which allows our customers to modify their stock bikes. I was with Sik 50s from day one, seeing it start from a home garage into a large manufacturing warehouse. Whenever manufacturing a product it is vital to know who your audience is, in order to properly sell and advertise it. There are multiple characteristics to consider with your audience, to insure the right message is getting a crossed. Dirt bikes come in different sizes such as a 50, 75, 80, 100, 125, 250 and 400. Depending on your size and level of skill is which dirt bike you would choose. A 50 is the smallest dirt bike made which is for little kids and as you get older and more advance is when you start jumping up in sizes. However older kids from teens to full on adults use 50s for fun, from going around the neighborhood to doing tricks off jumps because they are so small and easy to maneuver. It is also the cheapest dirt bike to purchase because of the size, seeing this 50 craze amongst the dirt bike community is how Sik 50s got started. We started to break down the dirt bike and modify parts on a 50 to allow the bike to have more power and be stable for adults who choose to drive the little 50s. We were the only company doing this which really allowed us to take off and...