Of course, temples in my name please me, but not everyone can dedicate a temple to me. Chanting my name pleases me very well, too. Even participating in pooja’s held in my honor please me. There really isn’t a right or wrong way to worship a god like myself: purity of heart and devotion of mind please me greatly, and will bring you closer to me.
There are many temples dedicated to me and many mantras and special pooja's in honor of me, one of the largest celebrations being the Maha Shivaratri (the Great Night of Lard Shiva). This huge celebration typically includes a huge feast that is prepared, full of cakes and special treats, chanting all night long blessing all who participate… this pleases me greatly!
But even a simple song, if given in devotion and with purity of heart is enough. Remember the villain Ravana? After all his evil deeds, I made him understand I was angered by his evil and arrogance and so, making a lute from his very body in penitence, he praised me with his pure heart. I remember him now, one of his ten heads was the gourd, his arm was the neck and his nerves the strings! He kept singing even after I stopped punishing him... I was so pleased at how he purified his heart and devoted his mind to me that I gave him my sword, because I could trust such a devoted servant with it. Of course, I keep one of my three eyes on him, and if it is ever used unjustly, well… it will take more than a song to calm me down!
It is a good reason to remember villains like Ravana (and worse than him) were made to bring balance to the universe. They challenge gods like myself and my devotees to uphold order, and as a result all the universe is blessed. So even gifts of villainy have their place in my worship, for eventually good comes from them. That is why villains should not be considered to be evil, and are not forever beyond my blessing.