December 27, 2011 11:15 AM
Today, more and more professionals are accessing information on the go. Because of this, it is important that you make your communications available from mobile devices so that your audience can access the right information anytime, anywhere. However, there are many ways to optimize the design of your mobile content.
When designing your mobile communication, be aware that the viewing screen on mobile devices is much smaller than the viewing screen on a desktop or laptop computer. Bec...
December 23, 2011 11:02 AM
From all of us at Brainshark, Happy Holidays!
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We hope you've had a successful 2011 and wish you all the best for the upcoming 2012 year. The Holiday Season is always the busiest but also our favorite time. We've heard some great stories from our customers this year and have had the fortune of being able to give back to the community with our SharkAngel Program for the 12th year in a row. We're very proud of the year we've had an...
December 23, 2011 10:06 AM
Here is the myBrainshark newsletter that has gone out to customers over the last two days. To close off the year, we wanted to share some resources with you for constructing awesome PowerPoints and creating better presentations. Also included is our whitepaper on improving your email marketing as well as a highlight of the Mobile Star Award that the SlideShark App just won with all of your help! All of this, our quick links section, and more with this month's issue.
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December 22, 2011 11:10 AM
Two of the most frequently asked questions are "how long is the typical presentation?" and "what features are the most commonly used?". Of the thousands and thousands of presentations created this year by customers, the average length is 11 minutes with 16 slides. This translates into 41 seconds of audio per slide which is close to Brainshark’s recommendation of no longer than 30 seconds. An exception to the rule might be a heavily animated or visually rich slide.
When you dig a lit...
December 22, 2011 09:49 AM
I recently had the pleasure of joining the discussion on Webinar Wednesdays, a weekly series on business mobile strategy and best practices hosted by Mark Rice, Managing Director of Webinar Resources and Peter Muir, President of Bizucate.
The topic was “Mobile Media Made Easy for Marketing, Selling and Learning.” Joining me was Tom Scontras, VP of Sales and Marketing at Glance Networks, who delivered some great information on social and mobile.
Leading things off, Tom p...