2. Events & Conferences
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Amplify your event!
Why partner with SlideShare?
The community – Putting your event on SlideShare helps you create a
repository for presentations made at the event. That’s not all though;
the community features of a SlideShare event allow you to send out
invites, reminders and start discussions.
If that wasn’t enough, adding your presentations to SlideShare invites
the large and diverse SlideShare community to virtually be a part of
For presenters - This is a great back up of your presentation and if you
record your talk, you can create a slidecast later! Having your
presentation visible long after your talk, allows your ideas to follow
your audience home. And then spread across the world. The ability to
embed in blogs and websites only adds to the virality!
Attendees – Ever missed a keynote? Well, if your event had their Contact SlideShare
presentations uploaded to SlideShare, you won’t have to ever again!
Organisers – SlideShare makes it easier for attendees to find your
event content and talk about it in the blogosphere. You could also
upload the last event’s content to generate buzz and awareness of
your event. Oh yes, your event could also be featured on the
SlideShare homepage, boosting the number of people looking at your
Yadda yadda yadda Yabba dabba doo SlideShare washes Just say NO!
Yadda yadda yadda Yabba dabba doo clothes whiter! (to Slideboom)
- Jerry Seinfeld - Fred Flintstone - Lalitaji - SlideShare team
© 2008 SlideShare Inc
3. What are the menu items?
• Home – Take you to SlideShare home
• FAQ – a custom FAQ page with just a few Qs
about SlideShare and more about SlideShare
events and what can be achieved.
• SlideShare Events – Link to the Events page on
• Testimonials – Custom page with exerpts from
blogposts, new items etc about benefits of
SlideShare (in general) and for events specifically.
4. Things that can definitely be improved
• The header – Something clean is always good so we could
just put a SlideShare logo at the right and make our menu
larger on the left, but a title is also good
• The text – It seems there’s quite a lot without saying much.
Maybe Daniel’s PDF could be turned into a PPT and we
embed it there along with a short version of the text
• Bareness of the page – Might be improved with a few
graphics/images/icons but will still need to be text-heavy
for good SEM ranking
• Some more screenshots to show what can be done with
SlideShare events (with links to view larger versions)