Be honest: could you get through an entire presentation without saying “um”? When you speak to a room full of people, do you make enough (but not too Special leads much!) eye contact? Do you keep your hands in your pockets, or do you imitate a hula dancer? And lastly, do you know the one thing you want your audience to take away from your presentation? If you’re in marketing, you probably think a lot about delivering content to your audience, but the way tha Special leads t you personally deliver content (whether it’s during a webinar, a sales call, a product demo, or a conference session) is just as important as your email open-rates.
Knowing how to give a stellar presentation could affect Special leads your company’s reputation within your industry, your ability to clearly communicate with prospect and customers, or even the timing of your next promotion. With our own user conference fast approaching (only one week away!), a group of Marketo employees recently attended a delivery skills training session Special leads with the spectacular Rexi Media. As professional marketers Special leads (not professional performers/actors/circus barkers) we needed a few pointers on our presentation skills.
Here’s why a great presentation isn’t just about your content – it’ Special leads s also about how you deliver. The Content Don’t get me wrong – a fantastic presentation isn’t all about style. The most important part of delivering a presentation, regardless of your purpose, is to know what your purpose is. You can assume that your audience will only remember about 10% of the Special leads content you present, so what do you want that 10% to be? Do you want them to perform a specific action, understand a new concept, or gain a new perspective? Once you’ve decided what your presentation’s purpose/takeaway