January 28, 2012 07:50 PM
This week, the SlideShark team traveled to the annual Macworld (now being renamed to iWorld) conference, designed for the ultimate Mac fan. Users, creators, and lovers of Apple products of all shapes, sizes, and ages gathered from far and wide to heartily drink from the raging Apple-flavored river of accessories, apps, and art at this 3-day event. Our visit this Mecca of Macdom coincided with the release of our Team Edition, but there was no shortage of other impressive offerings fro...
January 25, 2012 06:49 PM
Here is this month's myBrainshark newsletter, which is in the process of going out to our customers. We're kicking the year off in the loving spirit with the myBrainshark "Share the Love" Contest. Write a review of myBrainshark on your blog and we'll link to it so we're all sharing some of that highly coveted traffic love. You could also win $250 in the process! For more on the contest, as well as your usual assortment of quick links and resources check out the newsletter.
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January 24, 2012 09:50 AM
“Never use bullet points in your PowerPoint and Brainshark presentations.”
We often hear this advice from presentation experts, but like most directives, it doesn’t apply to every situation.
When you’re giving an important, high stakes presentation, or you’re creating a marketing piece, or you’re delivering an internal presentation that needs to stand out from your day-to-day communications, bullet points won’t generate the impact you seek....
January 24, 2012 09:30 AM
Valentine’s Day is approaching! With that in mind, we’re offering a fun new contest to all myBrainshark users to “Share the Love” about myBrainshark on their blogs. It’s easy to enter and we’ve got some really great prizes to give away – in addition to the SEO love you’ll get back from us for your blog.
Here’s how the "Share The Love" Blog Contest Works:
Just use your blog to post an honest review of the myBrainshark solution and we'll lin...
January 23, 2012 11:09 AM
A few years ago, I had the unique privilege of producing a wish for the Make a Wish Foundation. A young girl wished to chronicle her life and illness through film. By telling her own personal story, she shed light on the importance of organ donation and exposed the hidden world of children living on dialysis. She didn’t need to spell out these issues to get her point across. She wove a simple story of her experiences and goals to impact her audience.
If you have the freedom to really eng...