Have to create a presentation but don’t know where to start? Or need some design help to boost your deck? Thankfully, not every presentation has to start with a blank white slide — there are dozens of free, downloadable presentation templates that can help you with everything from crafting a … Read More..
Posts Categorized: Tips and Best Practices
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..
“Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson.
When teachers are passionate about what they’re teaching, it’s infectious. When the barista tells us to “have a good day” with a genuine smile, we can’t help but smile back. And when a presenter is enthusiastic, the energy fills … Read More..
‘Twas the night before your presentation, when all through the house…
You’ve created your slides,
And checked them all twice.
But will the points you’re portraying
Seem naughty or nice?
Here are seven tips from Santa’s elves for … Read More..
People love infographics, and the statistics prove it: In the past five years, Google searches for “infographics” have increased 25X. Sharing an infographic can improve website traffic by 12%. Some analysts even claim that 100% of businesses can benefit from sharing an infographic.
But you can’t just slap … Read More..
Developing ideas for content marketing, then researching those ideas and putting those thoughts together in a coherent article, takes a lot of time. At FitSmallBusiness.com we spend anywhere from a few hours to a few days on each piece of content we publish.
Of course there is return on that … Read More..
Let’s face it. Social media isn’t going away anytime soon. Having a Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and even Pinterest and Tumblr account aren’t recommended these days — they’re required. We live in a world that demands and desires transparency, sharing and collaboration. We must all be social. This same rule now … Read More..
When it comes to design, it’s all about perspective: How do you look at something? How can you change the way someone looks at something?
If you want to create a deck that stand outs, much less moves a person to change their perspective, it helps to review the principles … Read More..