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How contrasts make your sales presentations more impactful?

Customer and contrasts

Contrast is one of the most effective ways to add visual interest to your sales presentations. Our eyes like contrast.  Audiences need contrast. Eyes immediately perceive the difference between the attribute of two or more things, and this focuses your customer’s attention. By contrasting an object against the others, you automatically create attention and bring …

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3 best quotes about print-outs of powerpoint presentation by Seth Godin

Seth Godin written sales proposals

Seven years ago (2004 as far as I remember), Seth Godin published an ebook about how to create amazing Powerpoint presentations. His ‘6 words a slide rule’ became famous:  “No more than six words on a slide. EVER” He has been inspiring a lot of us. Even the best of us, like Garr Reynolds, Nancy …

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5 reasons why a written sales proposal is essential

Written sales proposal vs Digital sales proposal

In this electronic world of ours, many sales people are drawn to all things digital: proposals in pdf format for the more classic among us, slidecasts and videos for the more advanced, who believe that everyone can read anything on their iPad or PC. Wrong. Here are 5 reasons why.         1. …

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