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With no prior animation experience needed and limited only by the users imagination Presenter makes creating animation easily accessible and shareable throughout the web
For more information: www.ewcPresentor.com
BALTIMORE, MD – Easy WebContent announces today the upcoming release of the Easy WebContent Presenter this Fall 2012. The Presenter is a cloud-based HTML5 animation tool putting users in complete control of creating web and mobile friendly interactive content. The capability of the Easy WebContent Presenter is only limited by the users imagination; It allows for the creation of web and mobile friendly animations, interactive presentations, presumes (presentation resumes), interactive infographics and banners, and much more. The published work can be integrated through all major social networks, digital documents, websites, and blogs providing users an additional stream of communication to better engage their audience. (more…)
Step 3: Daily Updates
With the evolution of technology, the internet, and social media, people have a need to be plugged in to everything at all times and to always be in-the-know. This 24-hour connected culture gives companies a challenge and an opportunity, depending on if they let them work against them or use them to their advantage.
How is it a challenge?
Companies now have to always stay relevant; there’s no time to waste. Today’s fast-paced culture feeds into a short attention span, but somehow companies have to keep this attention at all times. This can be seen as a threat when doing a SWOT analysis (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats) simply because not all company owners are technologically inclined or advanced.
As students, we receive lots of help from our professors through out our college experience. But what about after college? Professors are not just resources to us while we are in school, but they are also valuable resources to us when we get out. They can provide us with contacts so that we can network, refer us for internships and jobs and also provide us with reference letters. As adults we need to take the intuitive to make them useful to us. It is not the professors job to ask us if we need anything, we need to come to them.
I came across an article on the Huffingtonpost titled Email Connects 85 Percent Of The World; Social Media Connects 62 Percent. It got me thinking of the number of ways we communicate with one another today, from emailing, social networks, texting, phone calls, and face to face. (more…)