How to go viral in the digital age using professional presentation
Professional presentations are a great way to make the content on any given site or page more interesting and fun to read. By adding in images that aren’t just there, but are interactive, they become something that people want to share with their peers. People who have been presented with well-made blog posts and online magazines have been known to add in a comment about how much they enjoy the content and how it was fun to read. Then that presentation is shared in the social media post. Also, professional presentations help with keeping information organized by using images, tables, graphs, and charts. These types of things catch people’s eyes more than plain text alone would.
The steps for making your presentation go viral are as follows:
1. Split your presentation into different categories of information.
You want to appeal to different people with how you present information, and splitting your presentation into different categories will do just that. These categories are called “chunks” and are great ways for people to separate themselves based on what they like so that they’re likely to share your content. These chunks can be the same page or even different pages depending on the type of presentation you’re planning on using as a way to get your information out there.
2. Make sure your presentation is useful, informative, and fun as well!
This may seem like it should be a no-brainer, but one of the reasons people don’t share information through social media outlets or go viral is because they make spreadsheets of their presentations. Yes, it’s necessary to have important things that need to be passed out and shared with people, but there’s a limit on how many times you can give your content away without people getting sick of it or simply doing it without such a great way to present your information. A lot of times the content is of a type that doesn’t take long to read and is not terribly long in length overall. This keeps readers interested until they’re finished and then go back for more.
3. Make sure you have a great title for your presentation.
Just like in writing, the title of your presentation is what people are going to see first and will often decide if they want to click on the link or not. If the title is not fun or interesting enough, people won’t bother with it. The same is true for blog posts and online sites that have presentations on them.
4. Avoid fake news and be bold
in getting your information out there and make sure you’re not afraid to post your professional presentations on sites like Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Instagram, etc.
5. Don’t make it boring.
If you’re presenting information that has to do with something you’re passionate about, then people are more likely to share it and desire to know more. Have fun with it and make it enjoyable for the reader to read and also fun to share with others.
6. Be open to comments from others
For those who have a good presentation and are receiving a lot of positive feedback from others, they may post links on their own sites.
7. Make sure your presentation has a bold, professional look
but doesn’t look too complicated for people to read through quickly and easily. This has to be ensured while still providing the information they desire to have first-hand so that they can learn from the presentation well enough to share with others.
8. Include a call to action in your presentation.
These are links that direct people towards specific sites where they can learn more about a certain topic or place to go if they want to purchase something that’s being promoted. There isn’t a specific way to do this, but the best way is through visual cues and through words people will understand before they click on the link or page
9. Check out some other sites
that are out there promoting professional presentations and see what you’re up against before you decide how you’re going to handle your own presentation. For those who are posting it on a blog website, there are many others also promoting their own pages as well. Make sure you’re not competing against yourself or making everyone else’s page more difficult to read through.
10. Make sure your presentation is updated regularly with fresh content
If you don’t update it, it will become boring for readers, and people won’t share it the way they might if they find out that information is changing and new things are being added that they want to know about.
11. Make sure the presentation is optimised for mobile devices
or you will lose a lot of traffic. According to the latest studies, 70% to 80% of average traffic on websites comes from mobile devices.
However, the final step in seeing how professional presentations get themselves viral, following these steps to make your own presentation will help you ensure that it is shared by others. Don’t give up after your first go at it – give it time to work and make sure you have a great presentation that others will want to share with others.