Archive for the Presentations Category


Squeeze Page Design – Think Outside the Optin Box!

Technology continues to evolve.  Consumer attitudes change.  If you and your marketing don’t keep up with the times, what may have worked for your business in the past will slowly lose effectiveness. For every business and every solo-preneur, lead generation is an esesential part of growing and sustaining your business. If you rely on getting leads […]

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How to Create Your Own Flat Graphics in PowerPoint — and Why!

Microsoft began experimenting with a new look for the interface of its Windows Media Center in 2002.  But the Flat Design trend really took off with the rollout of Windows 8 in 2011, followed by Apple’s iOS7 in 2013. Flat design has ruled the world of web design for quite a few years now.  The […]

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National Photograph Month – How will you celebrate?

If you’re part of my online community, you probably already know that I like to use holidays in my content marketing. Some of my favorite sources for this information include HolidayInsights.com and BrownieLocks.com.  I even publish a free, holiday marketing calendar each month.  (Click here to get yours) The month of May offers us a […]

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Redefining PowerPoint and Presentations – Are they the same or different?

Presentation has become so commonly associated with the PowerPoint software that many people use to create presentation slides that “powerpoint” has taken on an almost generic meaning – like Kleenex or Xerox. But, in this blog post, I’ll talk about why powerpoint and presentation have a little bit of overlap, but a whole lot of […]

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