Posts By: Kit Seeborg

Get more views with a well designed thumbnail image

When you upload a presentation or document to your SlideShare account, a thumbnail image of your first slide is generated — 120 x 90 pixels and 170 x 120 pixels. The height may vary if it’s a document, video or an unusual presentation size, however the width remains constant (120px …
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SlideShare is looking for Rockstar Designers in New Delhi

Are you passionate about digital design? Do you dream of working at one of the world’s fastest growing startups? If you are an experienced web or interactive designer, come work with SlideShare in our New Delhi office. You’ll be collaborating closely with our software developers, product managers, and analysts to …
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Capture more views with a snappy title

Take a look at a few presentations on SlideShare and you’ll recognize the importance of a title. Think of your presentation title as its tagline – the quick pitch that gets someone to view, share, favorite, embed and download your presentation. You’ll want your title to be punchy!

How your
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White House engages public with enhanced graphic slideshow

President Obama and the White House staff continue to find new ways to engage the public through digital media. The was evidenced last night on the website, which hosted a live video stream of the State of the Union address along with graphic images to illustrate the President’s key …
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Zeitgeist 2011 – a year of changes in presentation trends

It’s time for our annual SlideShare Zeitgeist, a look back at 2011 presentation trends based on activity of the SlideShare community. Each year we analyze metrics and share our summary so you can stay up to speed on what’s happening in the world of presentations. Here’s what we discovered…

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What will the world be like in 2012?

12 presentations with predictions
What will change in 2012? What will stay the same? Here are 12 presentations that take a look at where we’ve all been in 2011 and predict trends that we’ll see in the coming year. Comment and share these presentations with your friends and colleagues. We’ll …
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