With most local businesses in southern Ontario only now being able to open back up after a second lengthily lockdown due to COVID-19, it is time for those business owners to take serious action if they want to remain in business for years to come.
The most successful charts use a minimal amount of information in order to avoid distractions like background images, gridlines, strange colour schemes, and elements like legends that tend to clutter the look of the chart on a slide.
Now for the ways you can enhance your killer slide presentation, and they are:
When it comes to adding text on your slide, there is no “golden rule” but less is considered more. The more text that is on each of your slides, the less that your viewers are listening to the audio portion of your presentation.
When providing your presentation, your message needs to be understood with EACH slide, in 3 seconds or less, else your listeners will stop paying attention.
How many times have you sat down in front of your computer and wished you knew the tips and tricks for designing slides so that you could create your very own killer presentation? Well, once you’ve read through this article, you will be able to prepare to do just that.
This eBook is claimed to be a new release that is being temporarily reduced from the regular cost, for the duration of the pandemic.
Author Neil Godin calls himself “the turnaround guy” and has trademarked this as his own. This eBook claims to provide you with 10 fast-acting, no-cost and low-cost ways to survive the current crisis, and achieve a rapid and robust recovery.
Even though your YouTube videos are displayed in SERPs (Search Engine Result Pages) for your chosen keywords, doesn’t necessarily assure that they will actually get clicked on.
Some marketing agencies are claiming that traditional methods for ranking a website for the first page of Google are a bit outdated, and that we now need to apply new strategies.
This was very frustrating, when trying to quickly upload an awesome video to Twitter, on April 10, 2020. That’s when I received a prompt from Twitter: “Your video file could not be processed. Please see tips for uploading videos.” shown in the image above).