10 top tips

We’ve spoken about the use of PowerPoint and slides before. So this article is supposed to act as a reminder to use large images and to not fill your slides with lots of text. Read Alan Matthew’s informative ten top tips for using slides.

Change three slides

Geoffrey James tells us to remove or replace three slides he calls ‘boring’ to make our presentations more interesting and relevant. So which ones are they?

Instead of beginning with the history of your company (ah, I’ve seen this one many times before), talk about your business experience. And instead of talking about product features and functions, talk about the benefits they create. And don’t talk about ‘case studies’, talk about ‘success stories’ and explain how you helped a customer to become successful.

Make these changes should make your presentation more meaningful for your audience. 🙂

Presentation slides

What do you think about Microsoft’s holiday e-card for Brazilian clients (created by SOAP presentations)? Don’t you think it’s creative?

That reminds me. I wanted to ask you whether you use vivid images in your presentations, too. It makes such a difference, doesn’t it?

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