This array of tools can add zing to your presentation. Take a look, and size up which one would work best for you.
Mike Rozelle's insight:
Working production for the last 4 years, I've grown to dislike Powerpoint just a bit. Pardon me, I spelled that wrong. I meant "loathe." Finding an alternative to the eternally stale slides that seem to find their way into a presentation is a welcome change for me, and probably for many of you as well. Ease of use is always a plus, but many I've found that just changing the platform that you present your material on can help you create a different, hopefully better, impression to your audience.
Here are 10 Powerpoint alternatives for the slide-wary presenters.
See how Heineken brought their brand back down to earth and redefined how their audience interacted with their product. I was a huge fan of this campaign when they started it and it was amazing to see how they managed to let it involve into such an incredible successful project.
We (still) live in a world of really bad email pitches. I recently got an email pitch from a public relations specialist that read something like this: "Hey Mitch, I work with Lame Corp. I'm a big fan of your...
Robin Good: If you are wondering why engagement on your Facebook page is so hard to come, with few questions and comments sparking up your page, here is a number of good questions to ask yourself, before buying into Promoting your posts which is what Facebook is trying to get you to do.
“How do I get my Facebook fans to participate more on our page?”
Motivating fans to like, comment on, and share your posts not only strengthens your bond with existing fans but also helps get you in front of a new and bigger audience: their friends. If no one’s talking to you on Facebook, it’s hard to know if your social media marketing efforts are going anywhere — and it’s definitely not much fun.
The key reasons for our failure on this front is generally a lack of creativity and perseverance on our end to utilize the right ingredients that spark engagement for our readers. A few little changes can make all of the difference in the world.
The roles of the social media strategist seem to encompass all facets of the industry and yet hasn't been very well defined when it comes to Corporate America. If you're going to choose this field or you've already chosen it, I suggest you invest in a big hat rack for your office, because you're going to be wearing quite a few different ones on a day to day basis.
Here's everything you need to know about sharing photos on this mobile app to give your business extra visibility and engagement.
Are you thinking about putting your business on Instagram? Are you looking for content ideas for this increasingly popular mobile social platform? Read further to discover how you can use Instagram to give your business extra visibility and better engage with the Instagram community.
What Is Instagram? Instagram is a free mobile photo-sharing app with 80 million users and counting. It has seen many changes lately.
Instagram was acquired by Facebook in April 2012, launched a redesign on iOS that includes a new “Explore” tab and is rumored to be developing a web presence (so that users can see photos online, not just on the mobile app).
Social media management platform HootSuite also recently announced the addition of Instagram to its app directory. This gives HootSuite users access to almost all of Instagram’s features, which include searching, viewing and liking content, adding comments and sharing photos to other social platforms.
Clearly, Instagram is an up-and-coming photo-focused social platform not to be ignored. So what can your brand do with it?
Here are 10 creative ways your business can use Instagram.
One of my favorite quotes is "your network equals your networth." I have no idea who said it, but I'm only now beginning to learn just what that phrase actually means. It stands true about 9 out of 10 times that the better networker is usually the more successful of the two. With that in mind I think it behooves anyone in just about any line of work to know how to effectively create, expand and maintain their own network.
How to fuel your social media customer relationships
SUMMARY: Getting a fan to connect with you via a social network is the first step in a long process of building an emotional connection between a brand and a consumer, Mike Lieberman writes. Using social networks to distribute content that is useful, educational and easy to share deepens your connection with existing fans. "The goal is to start a conversation, feed the conversation and keep the conversation going," he writes.