There are already plenty of articles about the perfect pitch structure, so I won’t waste your time there. Instead I will talk about some principals which you should take into consideration when pitching and presenting to people. These principals apply always – unlike pitch content and structure, which you should tailor according to your audience. Continue reading
The number of personal mobile devices and laptops is increasing rapidly. By the end of the year 2013 there will be more mobile devices than people on earth. This will eventually lead to the fact that more and more people will bring their devices to school and work. The companies and schools just have to cope with this change. Fortunately there has been a lot of discussion on Bring Your Own Device (BYOD). From schools to businesses. Continue reading
It’s past midsummer, but still the sun is shining and life is good. This summer we bring you guys an awesome competition, Presefy Summer Race 2013. The goal in Summer Race is to refer as much people as possible to Presefy using your own Refer page. Five users that have the most referred users are awarded with a lifetime Presefy PRO account. We also raffle one lucky user that has referred during the competition period. He or she will also be rewarded with a lifetime Presefy PRO account. Continue reading
April 2013, what a great month for Presefy that was. In the late March 2013 we finalized our first official version of Presefy. Since then it has been a wild ride. Our user base has had some rapid growth since then. There is a huge thanks to an article on TechCrunch and of course to you, our users who keep on sharing Presefy on your favourite social medias. Continue reading
Here are some quotes from the last 24 hours. It’s heart warming to see so many people enjoy our service!
We all have had our fair share of presentations. I can honestly say that over half of the presentations I have seen have been really boring. I made a list of presentation mistakes that I have encountered quite much lately. I hope that this will be helpful for some, and this way at least one of the boring presentations I was about to see is changed to an interesting presentation. Continue reading
The problem with taking notes during lectures is that the content is projected to the screen and you are writing your notes somewhere else – out of context. You end up spending time making notes relevant, which means copying parts of the lecture presentation. When you spend time doing this unnecessary stuff, you miss out on all the important things.. Continue reading
The year 2012 is coming to an end. How do we remember the year of presentations 2012? We will take a look back on what has happened during the past year. There has been memorable speeches and presentations. Some include strong feelings, some are remembered for failures. What an awesome year it was. Enjoy! Continue reading
At some point of life each and every one of us have done at least one presentation. And we have watched tons of presentations. What do you think, how many of those presentations you have seen were memorable? I know, not so many. To be honest, traditional presentations with bullet points suck. The old way of presenting was just to push and push information to the audience as much as you can. I cannot emphasize enough how boring the “old” presentations are. You all know the professor/lecturer sitting behind the computer talking boring stuff and speaking in a monotone voice. Times are fortunately changing – and so should you. I would like to encourage people to use storytelling as a tool to make their presentations more interesting.