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  1. Guy Kawasaki Talks Content Marketing, Social & Google+

    If the dogs eat enough to be a prototype, you won't need to do Excel or Word or PowerPoint, and if the dogs don't eat it, then no PowerPoint presentation is going to save your butt. It's easy for me to say: I mean it involves lifestyle changes, but...

  2. 14 Tips on How to Become a More Efficient SEO Professional

    Increase Productivity in Powerpoint Increase Your Excel and PowerPoint Productivity Do you have an awesome Excel or PowerPoint tip? Using the clipboard pane saves endless cycling between slides copying and pasting various objects as it can store 24...

  3. 7 Free or Low Cost Tools to Improve Landing Page Conversion Rates

    The app has a PowerPoint-like drag-and-drop interface with a set of common images used in wireframing: browser windows, image placeholders, buttons and so on. I like both the Navigation Summary and In-Page Analytics reports in Google Analytics, but...

  4. Optimizing 3 Types of Content on YouTube, Flickr, SlideShare

    Although the links do not count for SEO value, you can include links in your PowerPoint presentation that will be clickable when people are viewing your presentation on Slideshare. Have any PowerPoint presentations that you'd like to share from...

  5. Google Circles Could Be As Fake As Crop Circles, Or Is It?

    Adams also did a large powerpoint presentation called The Real Life Social Network (see below) where he noted the lack of context and understanding of personas impacted true social networking. He was hired by Facebook shortly after the presentation...

  6. Peter Norvig offers an insider's look at Google Research during SMX West

    But he's also the author of the Gettysburg Powerpoint Presentation and the world's longest palindromic sentence. At SMX West 2010 in Santa Clara, California, Peter Norvig, who spearheads Google's wide-ranging research efforts, offered a behind-the...

  7. Great Expectations: How to Communicate SEO Value

    Don't just send the client an Excel sheet of data, a PowerPoint deck of charts, or an e-mail with highlights. Too often ROI is saved for the end of a presentation and rushed as clients are packing up to leave the meeting.