Web As Desktop – Live Presentations on the Web!

Are you suffering the high cost and continual repetition of live presentations?

“As a president, I always join many meetings and trade shows to present our products or corporation. There is no problem with the live presentation. But I’m stuck when I want to sharing the meeting with others after it. Because I need present the same presentation again and again even spend additional high costs on driving or flying. The boring continual repetition makes me crazy. Is there any way to take my live presentation to the web? – Mr. Cooper”

PowerPoint is still the most popular tool for presentations now. It could integrate images, movies, narrations, animations to make the presentation animated and interactive. But the PowerPoint file is big and hard to share on the web, hard to integrate with the presenter’s video and narration to live up the presentations.

How to distribute the live presentations to web to reduce the cost?

As everybody knows that, web presentation is a big cost and time saving solution. If we could run the presentation with the presenter’s video and narration online, it will be perfect. The difficulty of the web presentation is hard to integrate the presenter’s video and narration along with the PowerPoint presentation content. Is there any way to fix this problem?

A brand new service gives you an easy-to-use way to integrate the presenter’s video with PowerPoint slideshows, sharing the results online. This simple tool makes it a piece of cake to run the presenter’s video content side-by-side with PowerPoint presentations. So the audience could get the presentation running alongside with presenter’s video and narration in action, likes that the presenter stands by them. This really has the power to bring online presentations to life. There are many tools such as Wondershare PPT2Flash Professional and services like Omnisio, Zentation to integrate the video along with the PowerPoint slideshows. Here is the comparability of the two ways.

PPT2Flash Professional converts the PowerPoint presentations to Flash with presenter’s video and narration in one click. It works as a PowerPoint add-in. Presenter could easily distribute the Flash presentations to their website or training center for sharing. The Flash format is safer and smaller for web distribution.

Omnisio and Zentation are simple online applications for the synchronization and sharing of the Slideshare-hosted PowerPoint decks and Google Video-hosted content. You could upload your video to YouTube and then upload the PowerPoint presentation to Slideshare, use Omnisio and Zentation to synchronization them together. They will generate one webpage for you. You could share the content with others on this webpage.

For inner continual presentations, PPT2Flash Professional seems a better solution.
For external one time presentation, Omnisio and Zentation are better solutions.

Give the Mr and Mrs-To-Be an Unforgettable Engagement Present

“Three rings of marriage are the engagement ring, the wedding ring, and the suffering…”

“Spouse: someone who’ll stand by you through all the trouble you wouldn’t have had if you’d stayed single…”

For most of us, an engagement is one of the most romantic and remarkable occasions in our lives and communicates a blend of true love and togetherness. But uttering the words “will you marry me?” are not so simple. It’s possibly one of the most terrific yet terrifying things you can ever do in your life. It’s a make-or-break situation; will they agree… or flee?

Maybe your marriage proposal involved getting down on one knee with a rose clenched in your teeth and the ring in your hand… turning up at their office in the middle of the afternoon, armed with a red rose, a bottle of bubbly and a glass containing the ring… serving them oysters in bed with the ring inside the shell… writing their name in chalk on the street outside your home or asking your local radio station to pop the question for you over the air waves…

So you’ve declared to the world you love and cherish each other. Two families unite to welcome the new bond that’s been made. Job’s a good’un. Now it’s celebration time! But what do you buy your fiancĂ© or fiancĂ©e to say ‘I love you’? And if you’re a friend or relative of the happy couple, what on earth do you buy them as a token of your congratulations and jubilations? Whatever your correlation, jump on the bandwagon – give them a present they’ll never forget by considering personalised engagement presents. These are gifts that shout passion, personality and panache, all at once.

Here are a few engagement present suggestions for the Mr and Mrs-to-be…

Engagement Present Ideas

First and foremost, the engagement card. Want to make yours stand out from the rest? There is, in fact, such a thing as a card that grows – no word of a lie! Known as a ‘Treemendous’ Card, this gift contains a living, breathing Norway evergreen tree.

Naturally, a bottle of champers is always a winner. It’ll add a bit of sparkle and zest to the occasion and is something the starry-eyed twosome can enjoy together over a candlelit meal while listening to ‘I Can’t Help Falling In Love With You’ by Elvis Presley. Unlike your bog-standard bottle of Mercier, this is a bottle of personalised champagne, which displays the names of the happy couple along with your very own personal message. Even after they’ve devoured the bottle of bubbly, it’ll still stand as a symbol of their engagement as well as your ‘congrats’.

Engagements present for couples ideas could involve something a little out of the ordinary… Most folks dream of owning their own piece of land in the sun, beyond the hustle and bustle of cold, wet Britain. So, let them own a piece of paradise in the Caribbean. Simples. For even more unusual engagement presents, feature their names in a classic novel like Romeo & Juliet… give the happy duo their claim to fame by featuring them in a genuine personalised newspaper. Alternatively, give them a gift they can experience together such as a sightseeing cruise along the Thames or a three-course meal at a gourmet restaurant of their choice.

For a stand-out special gift for a loved-up couple, personalised presents for engagements are the only way to go!

Secrets To Sizzling Seminar Presentations

In an arena where there is a surfeit of presenters you need to hone your skills and develop techniques that will take you into the realm of presenter extraordinaire. To break into that rare sphere where the population of speakers, seminar leaders, teleseminar and webinar presenters have their audiences figuratively eating out of the palms of their hands, hanging onto their every word, and wanting more; you have to ramp up your game. You have to muster all the skills at your disposal and then some. If you have been yearning to raise the ante and deliver speeches or seminars that resonate with your audiences; get top billing and higher fees; you need to put more punch into your presentations.

Here are some suggestions that will help you to present with greater panache -

  1. Do your homework. Research your audience, find out what they need to hear, what they need to know, what pushes their buttons then offer information that is pertinent, current and specific to the particular group of people with whom you will be interacting.
  2. Learn all you can about the venue, visit it if possible. Find out the numbers expected, the seating arrangement, the type of microphone available; what type the audio visuals will be at your disposal; whether copies of your handout will be made ahead of time or if you have to bring those yourself.
  3. Understand why you were hired. Be clear about the objectives and the reason you were hired; possibly are you were hired to educate, motivate, sell to, solve problems and possibly all of the above. Craft your message to address the issue or issues as they were laid out to you.
  4. Know your Key Message and stay with the theme of your message, do not wander off topic; you are there for a purpose, understand the purpose and speak to the purpose.
  5. Customize your presentation to each and every audience; one speech does not fit every audience. Always remember that each audience is different, as is the venue, caliber and expectation of those in attendance.
  6. Bond with your audience, the earlier you do that the more successful you will be. One way of doing that is arriving before your scheduled time and talking with some of the participants, that way you get a feel of the audience and they feel comfortable with you and your style.
  7. Treat your audience with respect, they are not infants; do not treat them as such. Interact with them, involve them. You may disagree with someone’s point of view, but do not argue with anyone. Respect their point and say so.
  8. Add humor where appropriate and present with passion. Speak in language that they understand, if they do not understand what you are saying you will lose them.
  9. Get your facts straight; do not depend on hearsay or old stats. Be willing to listen, you may learn something new. Answer questions to the best of your ability, and if you do not know the answer, be honest about it. You will score high points if you sent the answer to the question asked, within twenty four hours of making your presentation.
  10. Dress appropriately. They hired a professional and expect to see and hear a professional. Dress and behave like one.

A smooth, professional presentation that offers solutions and answers the questions implied and those directly asked; that is delivered with passion and honesty will assist in propelling you into that category of extraordinary presenter.