Listen in to The Missing Link as two expert guests share how you can create videos and SlideShares that work for LinkedIn.
It’s easier than you think to create visually appealing videos and SlideShare presentations from the content you’ve already created.
Your content is worth more when shared in different formats.
So, you’ll want to listen closely to this episode to learn valuable information you can put to use right away.
Scott Skibell, a valuable member of The Missing Link LinkedIn group, shares why video is so important for deepening your connection with your audience.
Scott explains how to get started, the costs, what types of videos you can create, and much more.
Think you need expensive video equipment to make great content? Take a look at what you can accomplish with just your iPhone …
But wait, there’s more!
Our very own Pamela Wilson delivers the start-to-finish process of choosing your content to present on SlideShare, resources for choosing the best images, all the way to some ever-important call to action tips and tricks.
This article — The 3-Step Journey of a Remarkable Piece of Content — converted to SlideShare has more than 31,000 views (and counting)!
You can check it out here.
And then check out the number of views on this article about writing a damn good sentence as a SlideShare presentation.
Seeing the benefits?
In this value-packed episode, Scott Skibell and Pamela Wilson share practical tips and tools to get you started today with repurposing your valuable content into video and SlideShare presentations on LinkedIn.
It’s time to add this incredibly powerful visual element to your online presence!
In this show, you’ll learn:
- Why video works so well for your online presence
- How to get started creating videos
- What types of videos you can create
- The most important element of video
- Why the “Rule of Three” is critical
- How to choose content that will easily convert to SlideShare
- Where to get your images (plus resources)
- How to guide your audience exactly where you want them to go
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