- This is an event for the public, please keep it light (ie. non technical) and relevant.
- Have lots of “how to’s” and lifestyle suggestions. Create value.
- You will be emailed an invitation to join your live webinar (to do the recording) as a panelist and we will promote you to presenter when you’re on.
- We have the capacity to share your webcam and will do this as well as show your slides.
- For your presentation you play your slides on your computer, so we see what you’re seeing and hear what you’re saying.
- We share your whole screen, so unfortunately we cannot use Presenter or Notes view.
- We use Dropbox to share all materials to:
- Ensure single versioning of files. Single versioning of your slide deck in Dropbox avoids mix ups with versions.
- It also keeps back ups of all versions for 30 days.
- Can you put your Keynote or PowerPoint slide deck into your folder in Dropbox, which you will be invited to join. No need to email any presentation notes.
- When your slide deck is final, we will make the slides into notes for the delegates. These are PDFs with a header page, 6 slides per page.
- Slides need to be in well ahead of the presentations to enable time to schedule the production of the delegate’s notes.
- All presentation notes, handouts and additional materials are loaded onto a web page where all of the videos and audio recordings are also accessible for the delegates.
- High utility. 99% of all questions after a seminar are practical… how to questions.
- Pictures say a thousand words. Please use low res graphics that look great and convey a message.
- Summary tables or diagrams are very helpful for delegates.
- Each slide has an answer to the question ‘so what’?
- Use meaningful slide headings that summarise the point of the slide
- The number of slides is irrelevant. A slide may take 2 minutes or 20 minutes.
- Reduce word count per slide as much as possible. And then reduce it a bit more.
- Limit As and ABVNs. Acronyms and Abbreviations can cause confusion
- Feel free to add slides to your slide deck that you don’t present. These will be included in the delegate’s notes, but can be hidden in the presentation.
- Section slides help attendees see where you are up to
- Bullet points are very useful.