Maybe you’ve been thinking of using SlideShare to increase views to your website and help your prospects understand what you do, but it seems daunting. It’s really much easier to use than you may think. And if you already know how to use PowerPoint, it’s incredibly easy.
For these step-by-step instructions, we’ll be using PowerPoint, which will allow you to create a presentation to add to SlideShare or use it for a demonstration.
First, you’ll need to choose your presentation topic, most likely something to do with your product or service. SlideShare presentations are better received if their concise and targeted. Don’t make your presentation too long and make sure your topic is something that will interest your prospects.
You also need to determine the type of presentation you’re going to create. Will it be a list, a how-to guide, or an informative type presentation?
Next, select your presentation design. Remember, this is your brand so use something that speaks to your brand. You can use a ready-made template in PowerPoint, find inexpensive, downloadable templates on Etsy or Creative Market, or create your own.
Finally, write or outline your presentation making special note of your title, keywords, clickable links, and a call to action.
SlideShare is a great way to increase your website traffic, pick up new prospects, and provide more information on your products and services. It’s easy to use and takes very little effort to learn. Get started on your SlideShare presentation today!
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