Posts Tagged: slideshare
We’ve already written a blog post on getting featured on the SlideShare homepage — now here’s the official deck!
As many of you know, we hand-curate the presentations that are featured on the homepage. While it’s not an exact science, there … Read More..
What are we talking here – its conference room names. But at SlideShare we didn’t have to look far to solve this problem.
At Delhi, SlideShare … Read More..
At SlideShare, we want to help you improve the way you communicate and share your ideas. The “presentation page” (the page you see when you look at a presentation) is the main page for sharing your ideas via SlideShare, and we want the focus of that page to be your … Read More..
Yesterday, we launched Zipcasts – a fast, simple and social way to host web meetings. Everyone with a SlideShare account can host a Zipcast, or check into Zipcasts that others are hosting.
Here are our 10 favorite ways to use Zipcasts. We are sure you will think of a million … Read More..
Four years ago, we launched SlideShare and defined the way you share presentations on the web. SlideShare was the first site to let users share PowerPoint and Keynote files on the web, and the SlideShare player has impacted everyone who has come since.
Today we are launching something equally ambitious … Read More..
Now that 2010 is coming to a close, we wanted to bring you the presentation trends for the year. We crunched through the numbers for all presentations for 2010, and found out stuff like:
- what presentations got popular in 2010?
- What are the presentation trends of the year?
- What is
Four years ago, on October 4th 2006, we had just launched a few hours ago and were trying to keep up with the avalanche of users joining SlideShare. We realized even in the first hours that SlideShare struck a chord with users – so many people joined immediately and started … Read More..