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4 nuts and bolts of an effective PPT

PPTs nothing but transport your ideas, concepts and offerings in an illustrative way. Explicatory basics of PPTs make them the most powerful medium to carry facts and figures. Undoubtedly, keeping the audience involved and motivated right through is a challenge for sure. But, you can counter this challenge by keeping few points in mind: First […]

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You must sign up experts for a PPT

Lack of the appeal in a PPT can have ramifications in a way that you may not get the business from your clients you want. If the audience doesn’t get involved and become inquisitive, all the exercise gets futile. Your ideas and concepts remain to you only, no one buys them. That’s why it’s necessary […]

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VisualBee increases impact of your PPT

When you prepare a PowerPoint presentation, you intend to establish or extend your business in a planned way. You try to get everything right in a PPT, whether it’s content, images, videos, font of the content or animations. But if you are flexible and aware of using some software, you increase the effect of your […]

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6 clever methods to make a powerful start of verbal presentations

Well begun is half done, everyone agrees with it. A good, impactful impression at the beginning makes an abiding memory. When you are making an oral presentation, this fact becomes all the more important. A powerful start sets the real tone and tenor for the remainder of the presentation. You can pack a punch to […]

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3 different stages of a verbal presentation

A verbal presentation is a great tool to establish and extend your business. But a random extempore must be avoided. A full preparation with multiple rehearsals is what makes a speech attractive and purposive. Yes, a scattered improvisation does a world of good in achieving results, but the use of that improvisation must be astute […]

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4 tips to settle on types of stories in a presentation

Presentations carrying dry facts, figures and data are merely an unappealing package of information. More often than not, they falter to make a connect with the audience. If they don’t stimulate thoughts in the audience, the purpose gets defeated. But a little bit of story, a little bit of emotion with those facts and figures makes […]

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5 ways to make a natural voice effective for presentations

Voice is the greatest of assets humans have. Voice makes your personality and becomes your individuality as well. You are well defined by your voice. And in making presentations, voice becomes the most effective tool for you. You can mould your presentation as and when required on the base of your voice-modulations. A good voice […]

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Emotions must lie in heart of your presentation

People are busier these days than ever. Our attention-span is shrinking faster than we can imagine. Therefore, presentations have to be made thinking all these pros and cons. When you are ready to show your presentation to your prospective clients, you must know their minds are occupied with recent emails, facebook uploads, what’s app –interactions […]

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5 handy tips to craft Whiteboard presentations

Whiteboard presentations are an excellent way to present businesses. Craft of this kind of presentation is quite different from a PPT or Flash-based presentation. A Whiteboard presentation is a straight-vision portrayal of facts and figures. The duration of the presentation is generally less which corresponds well to the diminishing attention-span of today’s audience. You just […]

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Big details in a presentation hamper your sale prospect

Presentations must not contain big details or every minute aspect of your products or services. Your products or services may be amazingly affordable or exceptionally useful, too much of related facts, data or particulars can complicate your target-audience’s minds, subsequently hampering your sale-prospect. A simple slice of information, which triggers a curiosity in the audience-members […]

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