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If you're in sales or marketing, it's likely that from time to time you use Powerpoint to make presentations to potential clients.
Here's a post by Seth Godin on the right way to use Powerpoint.
Posted at 11:41 AM in Marketing Ideas | Permalink
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why did I come from Seth Godin's site, only to come back to it through yours?
Is this some cheesy SEO trick?
July 25, 2007 at 10:07 AM
No, not some cheesey SEO trick.
You clicked on a trackback link. What this means is when I wrote about Seth's post, I included a link that let Seth's blog know it had been referenced in mine. Seth has his blog set up to publish trackbacks, so an extract from my post appeared on his blog.
It's all part of the way blogs are able to link to each other and create an interesting dialog.
July 25, 2007 at 02:47 PM
Thanks for mentioning Seth Godin. He also has a great blog for "Tell it like it is" tips on presentations design and delivery.
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June 23, 2009 at 05:43 PM
This is interesting. I am taking a marketing class and this will help me for when I give a presentation in my class.
December 02, 2012 at 02:42 PM
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