Don't Suck!

Don't Suck!

By Slides that Rock

  • Release Date : 2012-06-23
  • Genre : Business & Personal Finance
  • FIle Size : 80.84 MB
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Description

Don't Suck! Do you have a message? If your presentation stinks, nobody is going to buy your ideas, except for your mom. On the other hand, if your presentation is clear, visually attractive and emotionally engaging, you will sell a lot more tickets.

This eBook was created for people who want to make stunning presentations in PowerPoint and/or Keynote. Whether you are presenting at a business meeting, teaching a class or promoting your latest invention, this guide will help you do exactly that. Specifically designed for the iPad, the eBook will give you cool tools to create an exciting story and design awesome slides that will make people go, “WOW”!

Compared to the many comprehensive books on presentation design, this guide is simple and practical. We call it a “Quick Reference Guide”. How could we give you the best tools in a quick and efficient manner? We applied the 80/20 rule realizing most people are very busy. They do not have time for big, comprehensive books. They like it simple, and they want it now! If that is you, this guide will help you.

One more (important) thing... When you buy an iPad book, you only pay once. All future updates are FREE. How cool is that?

To get the most out of this book, we assume you know the basics of either PowerPoint and/or Keynote. Ready to Rock?

DON’T SUCK! GO ROCK!

Reviews

  • Don't Suck! How To Make Presentations Rock

    4
    By Hobbit foot
    This easily read book / presentation on how to communicate your message strongly via presentations really surprises. The title suggests that it could be a rather trivial listing of already-known presentation skills in new wrapping ( at least it did to me), but it is much more than that. The authors show great insight in the area, and give really usable, practical points and ideas. You recognize your own (boring) presentation behaviors and bad habits in the examples they show, and you will clearly understand the logic of the authors' points. The book contains all relevant links, and when you've read it, you will for sure never make a presentation or communication to others like you used to do before. Great case stories, fantastic pictures, great points - and a book that you can use as a practical reference tool in your daily work. Buy it - or suck! :) 6 August 2012 / jmn

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