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The Ultimate Guide to Win SlideShare

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We’ve browsed the web for ages to get the best insights and tips for SlideShare. Since she’s one of the virgin channels for traffic, branding and/or getting attention in any way. We decided it’s time for some wisdom.
Hereby we present the ultimate guide to winning your SlideShare presentation.

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The Ultimate Guide to Win SlideShare

  1. 1. Do you want more information! Click on the info button
  2. 2. See a background image that catches your eye? Click on the download button
  3. 3. Want to tweet the quote or slide? Click on the tweet button
  4. 4. Winners never quit and quitters never win. “Vince Lombardi”
  5. 5. “As bad as we are at remembering names and phone numbers and word-for-word instructions, we have really exceptional visual and spatial memories.” Joshua Foer
  6. 6. How to choose your subject Answered in 5 simple questions
  7. 7. Ask yourself: “What does my audience already know?”1
  8. 8. Ask yourself: "What is the essential information the audience needs?”2
  9. 9. Ask yourself: “Why is that information important?” 3
  10. 10. Ask yourself: “The Big Question: Ask your audience to think about this problem and what happens next.”4
  11. 11. Ask yourself: “What can you offer them in the end?”5
  12. 12. But wait… There’s no holy grail. But you might want to follow these guidelines…
  13. 13. It's all about $elling: “Make them an offer they can't refuse”
  14. 14. Click here to get that special deal It's all about $elling: “Make them an offer they can't refuse”
  15. 15. "Share your story With insights and experiences”
  16. 16. “Immature poets imitate; mature poets steal; bad poets deface what they take, and good poets make it into something better, or at least something different.” T.S. Eliot, The Sacred Wood
  17. 17. Copy and improve: “Don't be afraid to copy others.”
  18. 18. “Acquiring knowledge is a form of imitation.” Jiddu Krishnamurti
  19. 19. “Use Note&Point and SlideShare’s favorites to get more inspiration”
  20. 20. Use data to back-up your story
  21. 21. Preparations: How to get started?
  22. 22. Choose 4:3 as a screen size rather than 16:9. 16:9 will be cut off around the edges
  23. 23. Build your presentation in one branded identity revamp colors, shapes and use the same style icons.
  24. 24. Keep it short Add a useful tip on each slide. Yes, this is one of them!
  25. 25. Enrich your slides with beautiful visuals
  26. 26. Keep your presentations themed
  27. 27. Studies show that people remember: "10% of what they hear, 20% of what they read, 80% of what they see"
  28. 28. "90% of information sent to the brain is visual" Choose high quality images!
  29. 29. "Content with visuals get 94% more views than text-only"
  30. 30. "Visuals are now 40x more likely to get shared on social networks"
  31. 31. Visuals are processed 60.000 times faster than text
  32. 32. The most engaging titles are between 90-150 characters
  33. 33. Current events drive the most engagement
  34. 34. Let's talk CTA's
  35. 35. COLORS & CONTRAST WARM: CREATES FEELING OF ACTION COOL: CALMING, TRUST AND RECONSIDERATION HIGH CONTRAST TO GRAB ATTENTION
  36. 36. Add clickable links But only after the 3rd slide
  37. 37. How to promote Your SlideShare presentation
  38. 38. Choose a broad topic for wider market reach
  39. 39. Start a discussion! Ask people for their opinion or experiences within the specific topic
  40. 40. Share the SlideShare on each social channel and make sure to mention @SlideShare
  41. 41. Use your network and influencers to distribute your SlideShare presentations
  42. 42. Automate your virality and make it self-sustaining.
  43. 43. Enable click-to-tweet slides. Add customized #Hashtag to track By: Kevin Baldacci
  44. 44. Use Buzzfeed and other channels to distribute your content
  45. 45. Create bit.ly links to track outgoing clicks "The numbers tell the tale"
  46. 46. 10 tips & Hints from the SlideShare masters
  47. 47. “Embed your SlideShare in a blogpost” Michael Brenner, SlideShare Tips & Hints from the SlideShare masters
  48. 48. “Post early in the morning at midnight Pacific Time That’s when the SlideShare team starts the clock running each day for the featured presentations.“ Michael Brenner, SlideShare Tips & Hints from the SlideShare masters
  49. 49. “Let your readers call those influencers in! Use tweetable quotes“ Ann Smarty, SEOSmarty Tips & Hints from the SlideShare masters
  50. 50. “Add your SlideShare to Pinterest to get more traffic” Adrian Alexandru, Dashmote Tips & Hints from the SlideShare masters
  51. 51. “Slideshare is a traffic driver to other content on my own website. To invite people to go to my website I leave them wanting more in the slide deck.” Frederik Vincx, Prezly Tips & Hints from the SlideShare masters
  52. 52. “Ask influencers to embed your SlideShare in their blogpost” Zowik Abramov, Klein Media Tips & Hints from the SlideShare masters
  53. 53. DOWNLOAD this awesome presentation
  54. 54. Presented by: Dashmote Slides: Zowik Abramov Copy: Jamie Guthrie Visuals: Dashmote Thanks to: Kevin Baldacci Michael Brenner Frederik Vincx Ann Smarty Adrian Alexandru

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