With so much information bombarding conference attendees during an event, it’s easy to overwhelm and saturate an audience with facts, figures and data. A skilled storyteller can form a deeper connection with each audience member by sharing knowledge in story form.
Posts Categorized: On Presentations
One of the most vibrant an innovative voices on the web, Tara Hunt is a sought after speaker who creates some of SlideShare’s most popular presentations. Author of The Whuffie Factor, Tara was named one of the most influential women in tech by Fast Company in 2009. She is … Read More..
This week Nancy Duarte and her design team launched a new online store, Diagrammer. For 99 cents per download, you can now access world-class diagrams, edit and add them to your presentations. Duarte Inc. is widely known for their quality presentation design, notably working with Al Gore to develop … Read More..
In this guest post, Shel Israel introduces his new book, ‘Stellar Presentations: An Entrepreneur’s Guide to Giving Great Talks‘ [February 2012]. Israel is a contributing columnist at Forbes.com and has contributed previously to OpenForum, BusinessWeek and FastCompany. His blog, GlobalNeighbourhoods.net is often listed among the world’s top business … Read More..
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!
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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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Death by PowerPoint? That’s old news. The tried and true tool that guaranteed conference attendees a post-lunch snooze now has more power under the hood. But that doesn’t guarantee a compelling presentation deck unless we know how to harness its engine.
You may recall the New York Times article, ‘… Read More..
As 2011 winds down, the world is still under economic stress. And yet some companies are hiring like crazy. How are people finding out about open positions? It’s like looking for a needle in a haystack. But if you think of that haystack as your social network, there are many … Read More..