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Got an important presentation coming up at work?
Want to nail that perfect pitch?
You’re in luck because today, we’ve got some hot presentation tips for you.
How to Become a Master Presenter and Move a Room
1. Know your audience’s pain
Before anything, you want to connect with your audience. You want to know their deepest pain points. (more…)
We’ve been compiling a list of top presentation resources that will help you become a master presenter.
Check out the resources below nicely divided into categories of articles, infographics, Quora and videos. There’s something for every presenter!
Read (or listen or watch) on and let us know your #1 favorite in the comments below.
Keep an eye out for more resource guides in near future. More awesome-sauce coming your way!
Missed Part I? Read it here.
67% of your audience considers clear, detailed images to carry more weight than product information or customer ratings.
Smart marketers, educators and small business owners all around the globe are using visuals to make their message more effective and engaging. (more…)
The Internet can be full of hogwash.
Sometimes you need quick answers and you want to make sure it’s accurate. How do you do that? By asking the right people who’ve put the strategies into use.
With that in mind, I got in touch with some of the leading experts who have combined their blogging with interactive visual content.
These guys are the real deal. They know they stuff and walk their talk. Pay close attention and steal away their secrets as they answer 4 key visual content questions below.
If you haven’t already noticed, our brand has recently changed. As a company we are still Easy WebContent but our flagship product’s name ”EWC Presenter” is now officially called “visme” and for good reason.
Now most of the time this is where most companies stop short of the details. They will show off their new brand and pitch how proud and excited they are of their new name and how it is a reflection of their core values; and then its back to business.
Not this time. Yes we are proud and excited to transition our brand to visme, but we also like to do things a little different here. So today I’m going to dig down under the skin and into the nuts and bolts of why we decided on our name change, and how we made this transition including the entire logo design and selection process.
Every so often we like to feature Presenter users who create real life projects to raise awareness about their services, offerings or about their favorite cause. Today we are featuring Michelle, a Small Business Owner in east coast of the U.S. who is one of the earlier adopters of Presenter in our Beta Period.
Take a peak below to learn more about Michelle, her business and why she uses Presenter to better promote and market her business.
Down with the Old, Up with the New: Today we announce the release of a new major upgrade of our cloud based Visual content creation tool Presenter which allows everyone with little to no experience to more easily turn ideas into professional Presentations, Infographics and Banners right in their browser.
The new interface has been fully redesigned from the ground up to dramatically improve user experience for new and existing users. It is based on months of extensive user feedback, usability testing, flat design trends, and last but not least the demand for a front-facing UI (User Interface) that will support the release of new features to improve system capabilities in the months to come.
Think of your website as your digital store front. Just as you would diligently clean, organize and display your best work to attract clients, your website should be equally tidy and well-kept. According to a recent study by the 2012 Digital Influence Index, 89 percent of customers search the web before making a purchasing decision. In this ever-changing digital age, it’s increasingly important to make a lasting online impression in a short period of time. When it comes to visual web appeal, it’s more than just pretty fonts and colors, it’s about the right mix of aesthetics and functionality that speaks to your target audience.
Every so often we like to feature Presenter users who create real life projects to raise awareness about a cause. Today we are featuring a student William Yang, a 10th grade student from California, U.S. who came across Presenter and is using it as a great visual platform for a public service announcement about Bullying and it’s effects and consequences.
Take a peak below and make sure you check out the 4 minute interactive presentation. William has done a wonderful job of timing his animation with visuals, music and introducing effects to visually connect with his audience.