The (free) powertool for public speakers
Share slides and get ratings, testimonials and email addresses from your speaking audience, with a few minutes of work

How SpeakerScore works - in one paragraph:
You give us a title and a date. We give you a link to share with your audience. The audience rates your talk - and then we show their feedback on a pretty page. That's it.
The pretty page looks like this (works on your mobile too):
So little work - so much output
If you only enter date/title and share a link, you will get this feedback:


The SpeakerScore
A comparable standard score for each talk

Live feed
See all incoming feedback in a single feed

Showing score distribution, devices used and more

Email addresses
Collect email addresses from your audience

Collect comments and use them as testimonials

Let audience post photos from the talk

Wait, there's more!
I always open my pitch by referring to my SpeakerScore
With an average SpeakerScore of 85 from more than 120 talks, Ole has built a track record that helps him secure more speaking jobs.
Sign up for more speaking jobs
Because the SpeakerScore is a standard, it's possible for Ole to calculate an average score and track his improvement.
Swap feedback for slides


Upload your slides and let the audience download them, right after they submit their feedback. It's a great way to both maximize feedback rates and easily distribute those slides.
Sign up for more feedback
Works with product sheets, whitepapers, e-books and any other kind of file.
What's your speaking personality?

Based on audience feedback, we calculate your speaking personality. A good salesperson e.g. should score high on Expert and Motivator, whereas a motivational speaker should score higher on Motivator, Teacher and Storyteller.
Find your speaking personality
The speaking personality is updated automatically every time you use the SpeakerScore form.
Follow the heart

You can customize a share page with ratings, selected testimonials, video, speaker info, slideshare and more - and share it easily with colleagues or clients.
Simply look for the button

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