November 2011 archive

How to set-up your sales presentation and computer to use Presenter View

Presenter viewer for sales presentations

Using Presenter View is a great way to view your sales presentation with meeting notes on one computer (your laptop, for example), while your customer views the notes-free sales presentation on a different monitor, or projected on a larger screen, for example. This post focuses on set-up Presenter view before starting your sales meeting. Tip: …

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How to deliver Powerpoint sales presentation using Presenter View

Presenter viewer: features for sales presentation

Presenter View is a great way for you to view your sales presentation with your meeting notes on one computer (your laptop, for example), while the customer views the notes-free sales presentation on a different monitor, or projected on a larger screen, for example. In this post we are going to focus on how to …

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Sales presentations: start or end your video with a fade effect

Sales presentations and video Videos are important to address emotions with your sales presentations. To get the best effect you have to import videos into your sales presentations ; and since PowerPoint 2010 you can improve their launch and closing with fade effects. How to start or end your video with a fade effect? You …

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Sales presentations require creativity: 10 Things you can do to stay creative

Creative and sales presentations

Effective sales presentations require creativity. Effective sales presentation require creativity. Most people consider I am creative. I don’t think so. Or more exactly I think that any one can be as creative as I am, enough creative to design effective Keynotes or Powerpoint sales presentations. Everyone is creative enough to design grate sales presentations Yes …

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PowerPoint sales presentations and picture copyright law.

Copyright and sales presentations

You need great picture for your PowerPoint sales presentation and don’t want to spend money You’ve found the perfect picture on someone’s website or on Google. Can you use it? No, you can’t! All images you find online are protected by copyright law, which says pictures are the property of whomever created them. You always …

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