Two of the biggest conferences for marketers — Content Marketing World and Hubspot’s Inbound 2015 — took place this week, with no shortage of headlines (and tweets!). CMWorld boasted guests such as actor John Cleese, author Kristina Halvorson, and content marketing expert Jay Baer, while Inbound’s speakers included author … Read More..
Salesforce’s annual Dreamforce conference just keeps getting bigger and bigger: CEOs like Satya Nadella (Microsoft), Susan Wojcicki (YouTube), Travis Kalanick (Uber) and Chuck Robbins (Cisco) will converge with celebrities such as Goldie Hawn, Jessica Alba and Donna Karan to keynote the San Francisco software conference next week, which is expected … Read More..
TEDx speakers are increasingly claiming some of the top spots on the list of the most popular TED talks of all time. A couple examples:
If you’re worried we’re on the brink of another global economic crisis, you’re not alone. Recent headlines have given reason for concern: China’s share prices have continued to fall despite moves taken by the government to prop up prices (let’s also not forget China’s “Black Monday” panic, where Chinese stocks … Read More..
You’ve probably heard this advice before: Don’t use bullet points in your presentations. But do you know why presentation design experts are so adamantly opposed to the bullet point format?
Here’s the simple, but perhaps surprising, explanation to why bullet points are bad for presentations: Bullet points make information more … Read More..
Earlier this week we launched Clipping, a new feature that allows you to clip and save your favorite slides on SlideShare, and organize them into Clipboards to share with your networks. We’ve seen Clipboards created on everything from content marketing and career advice to big data and eLearning.… Read More..
Statistics and data validate your presentation. Many times, showcasing numerical research is the main point of a presentation. But charts and graphs are overused formats, and as a result they are easily forgotten and often completely ignored by audiences.
As easy as it is to drag and drop a … Read More..
There’s so much information at our fingertips today – on LinkedIn SlideShare alone there are 18 million pieces of content. As a result, it can be hard to stay on top of everything that resonates with you. That’s why we’re excited to introduce our newest feature, Clipping, a new tool … Read More..