Wouldn’t it be great if creating infographics were as simple as writing regular text-based blog posts? Unfortunately, creating visual content like this generally takes a lot more time, effort, and, let’s face it, skill, than the written word. Usually. But
When you’re focused on creating a meaningful and persuasive presentation, it’s easy to miss the cover. But giving a little more love to the first page of your presentation can go a long way toward capturing your audience’s attention early
You know how engaging visual content is, and you want to engage to enjoy the engagement, traffic, and leads that follow. But maybe you’re not interested in writing a blog post and don’t have the production resources to create videos.
Despite its reputation for delivering dry content in both virtual and in-person meetings, PowerPoint still the preferred choice for many professionalseven as other options emerge that offer greater usability and flexibility outside of the Microsoft ecosystem. Part of the presentation
A presentation intended to persuade an audience to take a specific action may be the most difficult kind to perform, even if you are not shy about public speaking. Creating a presentation that achieves your goal effectively takes time, a
Developing and delivering a five-minute presentation seems like a fairly easy task at first, until you realize that the condensed format actually requires significantly more efficiency, focus, and attention to detail than longer presentation types. When there is less time
Despite the number of PowerPoint presentations I have given in my life, I have always had trouble understanding the best practices for creating them. I know they should look good, but it’s hard to figure out how to make them