Online PDF Tool to Help You Create Great Presentations

August 15, 2016 in Blog, Marketing Monday

Editors Note: This guest post talks about an online tool for making great presentations.

Giving a presentation is never an easy job. We can probably agree that for many people the most difficult part is the actual preparation. Nowadays, it is important to create a unique and dynamic presentation to keep your audience’s attention. This can lead to a constant struggle between keeping your information relevant and interesting which sometimes can be difficult to achieve. People have embraced a modern style of presentations and it’s highly desirable to keep this in mind when creating one. Since most presentations are in PowerPoint, the design and structure can be an obstacle for some inexperienced people. Luckily, there are some online tools that can help you prepare your presentations in a much easier manner.

Investintech.com released a new online tool that can directly convert your PDF to PowerPoint. It has integrated Optical Character Recognition software that is making those conversions 100% accurate. It provides unique quality with no limitations on the file size or the number of pages. On the top of that, it’s completely free and converts both scanned and native PDFs into fully editable .pptx files. With a tool like this, preparing your presentation will be not just be easy, but it will be fun as well.OnlinePDFTooltoHelpYouCreateGreatPresentations

Here is a full set of features that makes this online software different from other similar solutions:

Converts both scanned (image) and native PDFs to .pptx file format
Fully web based with no limits on the number of conversions
No need to install anything on your computer
No limitations on the file size or number of pages
Accessible from all devices and browsers
100% free to use without any limitations

Besides all this, Investintech guarantees that your email address will be kept private and not sold to third parties. Also, all documents are deleted from the servers after 24 hours.

Investintech’s PDF to PowerPoint is a really useful tool that can save you a lot of hours when it comes to preparing long presentations. It’s easy to use and when you try it once, you will use it over and over again for free.

How to Facebook Live like a pro #socialsaturday

July 9, 2016 in Blog, SocialSaturday

From Mashable:

Facebook Live is definitely the hottest live streaming platform out there for bloggers, brands and moms who love Chewbacca. Though live streaming your life may seem like an easy task, we’ve come up with a few tricks to help you step it up a notch. Mashable‘s Sam Sheffer shares three tips to help you Facebook Live like a pro. Click here to read more.

 

T-Rex Attacks Jurassic Park Employee #wackywednesday

July 6, 2016 in Blog

The Plan – #thinkbigthursday

December 31, 2015 in Blog, Think Big Thursday

#thinkbigthursday is our day to dream for something bigger than what we’ve got! So we’re gathering advice from people who have done more, gone farther, and we’re thinking big!

 

Holiday Marketing Basics: After the Holidays!

December 28, 2015 in Blog, Marketing Monday

Holiday Marketing Basics: After the Holidays!

holiday marketing basicsHolidays are often a time when small retail businesses go from “red to black” – and a lot of that has to do with how they do their marketing. How should you market for the holidays?

Don’t think that just because you are done with Christmas that you are done with marketing!
A lot of people got gift certificates and CASH for Christmas – especially kids and teenagers! Guess what – before they go back to school the first week in January – their parents are going to take them shopping to spend their Christmas money – and yet – I don’t often see ads speaking to this.

What if you KILLED it with marketing that starts on December 26th and tries to capture parents and kids wanting to spend Christmas money? I bet you would make almost as much as you did the month before Christmas!

Help People – #thinkbigthursday

December 24, 2015 in Blog, Think Big Thursday

#thinkbigthursday is our day to dream for something bigger than what we’ve got! So we’re gathering advice from people who have done more, gone farther, and we’re thinking big!

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Holiday Marketing Basics: Heartfelt Sentiments

December 21, 2015 in Blog, Marketing Monday

Holiday Marketing Basics: Heartfelt Sentiments

holiday marketing basicsHolidays are often a time when small retail businesses go from “red to black” – and a lot of that has to do with how they do their marketing. How should you market for the holidays? Stick around each week till New Year’s and we’ll tell you!

There’s a battle over saying “Merry Christmas” vs “Happy Holidays. I could honestly care less. I celebrate Christmas, because I’m a Christian. I’m not going to be offended if someone wishes me Happy Solstice. They shouldn’t be offended if I wish them a Merry Christmas! Wishing people nice things is good. We should say THANKS. 🙂

Let me encourage you to tell your employees to be gracious, and to wish people a heartfelt greeting for whatever their own individual holiday is. Tell them to be polite if people are offended.

Using your social media, email newsletter, blog, newspaper and radio ads – make it a point to offer some sweet heartfelt greetings about the holidays. Touch people’s hearts. Stir their emotions. These are things many people are already feeling around the holidays – love, nostalgia, joy, etc. Tap into the emotions they are feeling – or if they are feeling stress, fear, anxiety, etc… tap into those emotions and OFFER hope, love, joy, peace – and you’ll win their hearts.

Your competition in business is seldom the enemy. Your enemy is the attitudes and mindsets in your potential customers that keep them away from you. The battlefield is in the minds of your potential customers, and the enemy is not a competing business. You want to win? Win the hearts and minds of people. Stir their emotions, touch their hearts, change their minds.  Then they’ll give you money. They’ll THROW money at you.

Kotler – #thinkbigthursday

December 17, 2015 in Blog, Think Big Thursday

#thinkbigthursday is our day to dream for something bigger than what we’ve got! So we’re gathering advice from people who have done more, gone farther, and we’re thinking big!

 

Holiday Marketing Basics: Communicating Special Hours

December 14, 2015 in Blog, Marketing Monday

Holiday Marketing Basics: Communicating Special Hours

holiday marketing basicsHolidays are often a time when small retail businesses go from “red to black” – and a lot of that has to do with how they do their marketing. How should you market for the holidays? Stick around each week till New Year’s and we’ll tell you!

The Holidays mean different hours. You’ve got to let people know if you are going to be open later, closed for a christmas party, etc.

By the way – I have been surprised to see many retail businesses CLOSED during the evenings leading up to Christmas. From Thanksgiving until Christmas Eve – you need to be open at every opportunity…. You won’t make any money if you are closed.

How do you tell everyone about your special hours?
1. Email
2. Signs on the door
3. A flyer handed to customers as they leave the store
4. Your website.
5. Your social media.

Keep reminding people that you are going to be open late – in every avenue of communication that you have! The same about being closed!

Ogilve – #thinkbigthursday

December 10, 2015 in Blog, Think Big Thursday

#thinkbigthursday is our day to dream for something bigger than what we’ve got! So we’re gathering advice from people who have done more, gone farther, and we’re thinking big!

 

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