Slideshare is a fantastic resource for sharing presentations, so you can enjoy and learn from smart people even if you cannot attend the conferences and events they often speak at.
Some slideshows lose a lot of meaning if you dont have the author walking and talking you through them, but others are excellent, and there's a kind of brevity associated with the best presentations / slides, which helps to drill home the message.
I have recently been browsing a number of quality social media presentations on Slideshare and thought I'd collate some of the best ones for your viewing pleasure. Enjoy!
Storytelling is being hailed as the new big idea, but it's not that
new. What makes a good story in this viral, user-generated, post
advertising world has always made a good story.
From papyrus to pulpit
to plasma screen, the attributes of a ripping yarn have remained the
same: credibility, digestibility, and most importantly, emotional
It has been impossible to ignore the noise about Twitter in the past 12 months, and despite their misgivings even some of the most hardened cynics have created accounts and started to tweet.
But there can be problems, as some people just don't have the stamina, the staying power, or the will to become a disciplined Twitter user.
Are you on the verge of giving up on Twitter?
When you read a news story about social media or come across a job posting for a 'social media expert', chances are the tools of social media will be front and center.
Twitter, Facebook, MySpace. If you had no exposure to social media, you'd probably assume that these popular services were the end all and be all of social media.
At some point, when you start a new business you come face to face with an interesting question: what the heck are we doing?
Chances are you had some idea of what you were doing before you started on your journey. You saw a problem. You thought you had a brilliant solution. You know the story.
Web project management can be a challenge for the most experienced project managers, much less for relative newcomers, and when e-commerce is involved, the stakes are that much higher.
With this in mind we recently commissioned e-commerce expert Martin Newman to compile a best practice report to help steer you down the right path, called 'Delivering Successful E-commerce Projects'. It has more than 400 individual recommendations and is a terrific investment for anybody working in this area (as with all of our research, it is priced at just £150 / $215, or is free for Econsultancy subscribers).
The report focuses on client-side challenges, supplier challenges, and joint challenges. I thought I'd give you a taste of what's contained within the guide by publishing a few extracts. Here's the first one, which focuses on multichannel integration.