We’re always looking for new ways to help presenters engage with their audience.
Last week at the WebVisions conference, presenter Jason Grigsby incorporated a snazzy feature called “Keynote Tweet” into his slides. Keynote Tweet allowed Jason to automatically tweet the text of each slide into his Twitter timeline … Read More..
It seems that SEO has gone to the cats and dogs, but in a neat cool way!
The sure seem to know their basics and how do go about getting the right things in place.
Apparently the kittens are the experts on Onsite SEO…
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The best way to become a great presenter -quickly- is to take responsibility for your presentation. No, wait, maybe you don’t understand. You need to take responsibility for your presentation.
At the end of the day, when it comes to your next presentation, you’re on your own. … Read More..
Ah yes, the font…
Never has something so small created such grand disasters for so many. It may seem trivial, but when it comes to incorporating text into your slides font is everything. The size and style of the lettering you choose for your presentation can make your presentation … Read More..
Every time we turn on the news lately, it seems we are confronted by one tremendous challenge after another: health care reform, finance regulations, real estate reform. Somewhere in the middle of all this noise, issues regarding the environment are still fighting for our attention and making a case that … Read More..
We’d like to point out this creative style of presentation design. It’s called the “back of the napkin” and comes from Dan Roam, who is a SlideShare user, and an accomplished author & visual thinker. Check out Dan’s slideshare profile here. Dan has actually uploaded a 4 part series … Read More..
You might have already caught these on TechCrunch (in separate back to back articles). We’re sharing both these decks together for those who missed it.
The first of these decks is titled VC Non Admissions. The deck was adapted from a thread on ExpertCEO contributed by a range of … Read More..
The Twitter book by Sarah Milstein and Tim Or’Reilly got me thinking about this. In retrospect, its one of those duh ideas. For some types of books, the presentation format makes a lot of sense. When the material is visual, less word heavy and needs to be browsed through easily. … Read More..