You’ve got an effective presentation with a compelling value proposition, and you know that it works. But you can only present it in one place, at one time. Imagine how much more ROI you could get on that presentation if you could deliver it an unlimited number of times – to anyone, anytime, anywhere in the world.
Online presentations can be consumed on demand. They can be delivered from anywhere, and viewed live or watched later. Slides, voice, and even video can work together as truly effective visual communication.
Want to learn more about m62 and online presentations? Read the resources below, or contact us for more information.
19th September - m62 reviews emaze, a free online presentation tool for designing and building presentation slide decks. Presentation Skills
5th September - Video presentations aren’t the same as live presentations. If you are designing slides for a video presentation, what points should you consider?PowerPoint Training
25th July - How can video presentations be used at different stages of the sales cycle to drive leads forward and ensure repeat business?Presentation Skills
29th May - m62 reviews PowToon, an internet-based PowerPoint alternative that allows users to easily produce creative video animations.Presentation Skills
18th December - Video Presentations are an effective way for presenters to reach remote audiences, but what best practices should presenters follow?Presentation Skills
1st May - Where do we see presenting heading in the near future? m62 details the trends we expect to see in presentation style and technology.Presentation Skills
26th January - A round-up review of the best microphone headsets on the market – which headset would best suit your needs?Presentation Skills
18th October - These Online Training PowerPoint slides demonstrate how using online training to train employees around the world can be more effective than traditional solutions.PowerPoint Slides
20th September - Pre-recorded presentations are extremely cost-effective, but many presenters feel uncomfortable narrating their slides. What best practices should they follow?Presentation Skills
- Presentation Ideas
- Seven Aspects of Highly Effective Presentations
- Visual Aids Gone Wrong
- Company Presentation, Brand, and Compliance
- Improving a Sales Presentation
- Presentation Tips that Suck
- Presentation Agency Selection
- Corporate Presentation Tips
- Presentation Optimisation
- The Right Visuals
- Advanced PowerPoint Training
Malcolm Smith, Burgis & Bullock
The whole process was quick and easy. We’ve gone from using bullet points to using graphics in many different ways, to illustrate our messages. It’s a nice feeling to get up to present with slides that are more professionally produced.