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Building Effective PowerPoint Slides for Webcasts
May 31, 2012 @ 03:00 PM | By Eric Vidal

Are you and your co-workers building PowerPoint presentations that lack impact? Do you find yourself reading off of slides instead of telling a story?

Join us for a webcast on Wednesday, June 20 at 10 AM PST where I will interview PowerPoint and “graphic guru” Malcolm Johnson as he shares best practices to create powerful and engaging presentations. Learn what to do and what not to do from someone that has created over 100 slide decks for webcasts and virtual events. In this session you will learn:

  • Why you should build a PowerPoint specifically for a webcast
  • How to hold people's attention
  • Good examples
  • Examples of what not do and what to avoid when building PPTs for webcast

Register now>>

Eric VidalEric Vidal is a Director of Product Marketing at InterCall and is considered a leading voice and expert in virtual business, which expands from marketing to collaboration to learning. He has more than 15 years experience in developing, implementing and optimizing strategies in these areas for numerous organizations and Global 2000 companies. As the director of product marketing for InterCall’s event services, Eric manages the strategy and initiatives for the virtual technologies that include virtual environments, streaming, event management services and operator assisted services. Previously from WebEx, Eric managed the virtual classroom product, as well as brand advertising and new media. Over the last several years, Eric has held management positions at Cisco, WebEx, IBM, BBDO Worldwide and Macromedia.

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