Imagine having to pitch your business to Dallas Mavericks’ owner Mark Cuban or real estate mogul Barbara Corcoran. As presenters, most of us have had to give a pitch before — and we all know that the art of pitching is, well, very much an art. Needless to say, we … Read More..
The Ethos3 team and I happen to be really big fans of business author Bernard Marr. He has plenty of useful and helpful decks on SlideShare — many of them fetching over 100,000 views. No offense to Mr. Marr, but we thought his slides could get even more views … Read More..
Last month we announced we are rolling out four key premium features to all users. Now the first one is ready for you to use: Not ready to share your SlideShare publicly? Or just want to share it with select people? Upload via Private Uploads.
Private Uploads allows you … Read More..
They say content is king, with the plethora of publishing outlets we now have at our fingertips. From blogs and video, to Instagram and LinkedIn, most of us have published something at some point. For brands, having online content is pretty much a must today.
But if content is king, … Read More..
People matter. We know. That’s why we’ve updated our mobile app so that you can now discover great presentations from the people and experts who interest you — and follow them — all on-the-go.
We constantly listen to feedback from users like you, and the most asked-for feature since we … Read More..
By Moumita Basu and Lorraine K. Lee
Most 16-year-olds are focused on sports or cars or maybe even the SATs. For Tyler Millis and Arjit Kansal, two teens from Fort Meyers, Florida and New Delhi, India, respectively, their passion is PowerPoint. Yep, you read that right: PowerPoint.
The two 16-year-olds … Read More..
Deadlines. We all have them. What do you do when your boss tells you you have to present to the executive team in a few hours? Or perhaps you’ve put off drafting that dreaded deck for a bit too long. Either way, you’re under the gun to produce a powerful … Read More..
For anyone who’s been online in the past few weeks (who hasn’t?), you should be well familiar with the Ice Bucket Challenge, in support of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) research. Indeed, it’s one of the most viral — and powerful — social media campaigns to date: From July … Read More..