Wow, what a year it’s been! Not only did SlideShare reach new heights (be sure to check out our annual Zeitgeist, if you haven’t already) but our blog did, too. Thanks to our guest authors and all of you, the SlideShare blog has become the place to share … Read More..
Posts By: Marisa Wong
Thanksgiving is here, and as we reflect on the many things we are thankful for, we’d like to give a BIG THANK YOU to all our users. We’ve had an amazing year — hitting more than 10 million total uploads and 60 million unique visitors a month, among other milestones… Read More..
Our Delhi and San Francisco offices recently took two days off “normal” work to participate in an internal hackathon. We formed teams to see who could come up with — and successfully build — the best new tool for SlideShare. Lots of creative … Read More..
If there’s one thing for certain, we’re in the midst of a radical shift — both technologically and socially. The desire for increased insight and connectivity is driving a tech revolution that’s producing devices that “talk” to each other, platforms that foster collaboration and data that’s never been available before. … Read More..
LinkedIn, SlideShare’s parent company, recently asked me to share on their blog the key fundamentals to a powerful presentation. Many of you may know these tips already, but it’s always good to review the basics now and then, and ensure you’re still on track. Here are my tips for creating … Read More..
Of the upload contests we’ve done in recent months (Things I Carry, In 10 Years), I must say, My Startup Story produced some of the best SlideShares yet. We had fantastic startup stories told from around the world — tales of success and failure; ideas that took … Read More..
From Twitter’s IPO filing (uploaded by Mashable) and President Obama’s letter to government employees (“this shutdown was completely preventable”), to Edelman’s latest consumer marketing study (note to brands: share more!) and Guy Kawasaki’s lessons learned from Steve Jobs (value does not equal price, among them), we’ve had a week … Read More..