Funny Debate Topics for Better Marketing
The first step to creating engaging debate posts on Facebook or any online environment is by brainstorming topics. Without doing so, your post will have no sense of direction – there will be no focus, no target, no goal. Hence, it is very important to ensure that the right topics are chosen to arouse the interests of the target audience.
Many people, especially the younger audience, are very picky when it comes to debate topics they want to participate in. Some of them would tend to think that serious topics such as Politics and Current Events are really boring. In order to make sure that your young audience will engage in your posts, rely on humor. First, choose funny topics. Examples are cartoons. But this is still a very broad topic so narrow it down. Think of cartoon characters in your childhood days. Try creating a VS post for Donald Duck and Bugs Bunny. For sure, just by looking at the images, both your young and young-at-heart audience will laugh at the first sight of your post.
A funny debate has to have a very humorous subject line, caption, or content. A funny content includes amusing images as well. Every single element of your debate content has to form a very interesting piece altogether. Always keep in mind that engagement is better than followership. Meaning that, your intended audience should not simply just view, like, react to your post, or follow you or your page. You should be able to let the audience engage by commenting and taking part in the discussion.
But really, what are some of the funniest debate topics that can help you market your online poll and gather more audience to participate in the discussion? Take not of the following examples and draw your ideas for your debate posts from here:
- Should Barbie be banned?
- Should you plan for your own funeral?
- Pretty and poor VS Ugly and rich
- Do you ever wish Harry Potter never grew up?
- Who is more good looking? Leonardo DiCaprio or Brad Pitt?
- Which comes first – chicken or egg?
- Homeworks should be prohibited.
- Popular women VS Nerdy women
- Are aliens real?
- Should pineapple be a pizza topping?
These are just among the thousands of topics you can post to start a debate on ULdebate.com or on Facebook. Some may say some of the topics seem nonsensical but believe it or not, these serve as a really great way to practice expressing views in a comfortable manner. Some of your audience may find serious topics to be intimidating, so topics like these usually get the higher engagement levels.