I Got You A Present


And so he and Susan wrote their first children’s book, I Got You A Present! The post I Got You A Present appeared first on ReimaginePr.com. When Mike was a kid, his mum taught at a nursery school. She would find amazing books and act them out at home before taking in to read to her class. Watching his mother perform, he thought that being a kids book author must be the most noble profession ever. When Susan was about 8, she wrote a poem.

Email: Past, Present, and Future

Ronn Torossian

The post Email: Past, Present, and Future appeared first on. Marketers who rely on using emails to connect with customers will be pleased to know that a recent study reported that email usage in the U.S. is expected to continue growing. One of the main reasons cited are commercial accounts that require contact with customers via valid and secure email accounts. Globally, the number of […]. Brand PR Business Ronn Torossian 5WPR CEO Insights MARKETING

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3 chances worth taking to make your presentation memorable

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I want my presentation to be engaging and memorable. Who doesn’t want to be a killer presenter? If you want to show up, stand out and stick in people’s memories, start with these three suggestions as you plan and deliver your presentations. Don’t plan to present; prepare for action. You are planning—quite literally—to present. So, instead of planning what you will present , plan what your audience will do.

How to quiet your nerves before a big presentation

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More than 10 years on and I can still vividly remember the presentation that reduced me to a bundle of nerves. It was a presentation on major incident planning that I had been asked to deliver for a colleague to an audience of around 300 people from across the emergency services. I’d given presentations before, as well as speeches at weddings, but this particular public speaking request really got to me. Perfect presentations don’t exist.

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5 easy steps to boost presentation skills for digital marketers

Agility PR Solutions

These days, it takes a special kind of presentation to impress clients and investors. The post 5 easy steps to boost presentation skills for digital marketers appeared first on Agility PR Solutions.

7 ways to use humor in your presentation

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The post 7 ways to use humor in your presentation appeared first on Agility PR Solutions.

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4 keys to deliver a TEDx-worthy presentation

PR Daily

Business presentations are an opportunity for leaders to showcase their expertise and audience members to engage with valuable, inspiring information. TED and TEDx talks, which are local and independently organized events, have come to represent the pinnacle of high- caliber business presentations. Let’s look at which best practices from TED-style talks apply to everyday business presentations. Successful business presentations have this in common with TED-style talks.

8 steps for presentations that will win top execs’ buy-in for your campaign

PR Daily

Generally, that requires demonstrating ROI, with charts and graphs delivered in a compelling presentation. Many PR pros—and other professionals looking to make their case—stumble when they deliver presentations to top executives. These tips from executive coaches and PR veterans can help presenters wow top execs and win their approval. Presenters often forget to solicit participation. To avoid confusing your audience, present data simply and cleanly.

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11 steps for developing PR presentations that wow top execs

PR Daily

To persuade company leaders to approve proposals and funding requests, PR executives must deliver compelling presentations that explain what the PR data mean to the organization’s overall success. It’s easy to stumble when making presentations to top executives.

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7 elements of a persuasive, memorable presentation

PR Daily

No matter how many times you’ve done it, presenting in front of peers, clients, colleagues or strangers is a nerve-wracking challenge. Inexperienced presenters often waste their crucial opening moments with boring introductions and agendas. Seasoned presenters deliver the big idea up front. Try to state one big “headline” message within the first 30 seconds of your presentation. Turn that big idea or takeaway into the hook of your presentation.

Why You Should Script Your Presentations

HMA Public Relations

Having to give a speech or presentation is an anxiety-filled experience. The post Why You Should Script Your Presentations appeared first on HMA Public Relations. Featured PR Observations and Preferences Fear of Public Speaking Know Your Audience practice Presentations Public Speaking Script speakingBut at some point, we’re going to have to do it. Here are some recommendations.

Presentation pointers from 'Empire'

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Here are five things from Cookie’s speech that are vital when it comes to offering a presentation to potential clients, reporters or investors: 1. If you are not part of a 50-year-old major corporation, do not attempt to present your brand as such. New buzzwords are great to mix in with the old ones, but if your presentation is based around how many of them you can use to sound professional, you will end up sounding like a long, boring report.

5 client presentation pitfalls

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Scripting the presentation too tightly. There’s no greater turn-off than a group of presenters who’ve memorized their portions like they’re interviewing for a telemarketing job. The presentation has to stay flexible to allow for changes in mood, unprompted comments and other signs of spontaneity. Presenters should be like the best improv performers. Presenting too formally or too casually.

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How to deliver your virtual presentation during COVID-19

PR Daily

Here are some tips for improving your virtual presentations during the coronavirus pandemic. But what if you are an educator, or a manager who typically presents to your board in person, or a sales representative who usually makes in-person pitches? One of the best ways to feel more secure and confident in your presentation is to set yourself up so that you look and sound good, whether on-camera or off. So, visuals shouldn’t stand in for the presenter.

4 essentials for your presentation prep

PR Daily

Presenters, is your preparation as extensive as Iggy Pop’s daylong regimen? That’s quite a routine, and one that most presenters haven’t the time for. The post 4 essentials for your presentation prep appeared first on PR Daily. Most speakers don’t have the luxury of Iggy Pop’s eight-hour pre-show routine, so you must focus on key elements to put your best self forward, engage the crowd and land your message.

How to prepare yourself for a virtual presentation

HMA Public Relations

This week, Team HMA took on giving […] The post How to prepare yourself for a virtual presentation appeared first on HMA Public Relations. Featured Autumn Jarrett HMA Public Relations PR remote learning virtual presentation wfhThese last two months, we have all become very comfortable with using platforms like Go to Meeting or Zoom.

6 tips to help shy speakers make strong presentations

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However, being that shouldn’t stop you from becoming an outstanding presenter. Here are some tips to help reserved speakers give solid presentations: 1. Before every presentation make sure to warm up your body and mind. ” or “My presentation was a great success!” ” This will switch your mind from fear to certainty that you can achieve the result you want and approach the presentation with confidence.

5 presentation lessons from Toastmasters’ top speaker

PR Daily

The post 5 presentation lessons from Toastmasters’ top speaker appeared first on PR Daily. Deliver your story with emotion and humor, actively involving the audience, and conclude with a meaningful point. The top finishers in this year’s Toastmasters global competition offer takeaways for all speakers. With some 30,000 people delivering five- to seven-minute speeches, the competition is fierce.

COVID case study: Heinz presents a pitch-perfect quarantine plan

Agility PR Solutions

The post COVID case study: Heinz presents a pitch-perfect quarantine plan appeared first on Agility PR Solutions. With stay-at-home orders extending into their second month for many areas, it is essential that brands investigate how to pivot their messaging and stay relevant to their audiences. With its creation of a 570-piece puzzle colored entirely in “ketchup red,” Heinz has done exactly that. The publicity stunt is the perfect gag for consumer audiences […].

5 common presentation missteps—and how to avoid them

PR Daily

Here are five common presentation mistakes, along with tips on how to avoid them: 1. No presentation should be devoid of emotion, no matter how cerebral the topic or the audience. Want your presentation to stand out (in a good way) from the others? That’s why you’ve seen them a million times in other people’s presentations. Have you ever listened to a presenter who sounded super-smart, but you have no idea what she really said?

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Live-Tweeting Your Presentation

Karwoski & Courage

There has been much written about how to capture the attention of conference and trade show attendees using social media, but I've never seen this aspect of the topic covered before, so I thought I'd share how I live-tweeted my own presentation. The post Live-Tweeting Your Presentation appeared first on Karwoski & Courage - Minneapolis Public Relations.

Pause, Breath, Focus: 4 Tips to Be Present

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The post Pause, Breath, Focus: 4 Tips to Be Present appeared first on LTPR. Communications Tools Public Relations Balance banks communications credit union credit unions financial communications Focus Health Healthcare Communications listening Meditation Portland PR portland public relations PR pr tips Present public relations tips work life balance More on our New Year of focusing on workflow and efficiency – how focused are you in the moment?

How to be successful in Zoom class client presentations

Karen Freberg

It is that time of the semester where we are all finishing classes, getting ready for finals, and helping our students prepare for their final client presentations. So, you may be asking – how do you actually make sure your Zoom client presentation goes well for your final class?

5 essentials for delivering a sharp team presentation

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A great team presentation gets its strength from the sum of its parts and how they fit into one unifying theme. Work as a group to follow the steps below, so all team members know their roles and how they connect, translating into a smooth and seamless presentation: 1. Now think about how you build your team presentation. Every presenter has an important role—no matter the size. You want your presentation to hum along, with nary a stall in sight.

APR: Demystifying the Panel Presentation …


It now is called the Panel Presentation. Just as the UAB went through a rigorous analysis of research on attitudes about the Examination, it also reviewed research relative to perceptions about the Panel Presentation, outcome data on Panel Presentation candidates who were Advanced but did not pass the CBE, the OPG report and other data to determine if and how the Panel Presentation should be modified and updated. Recorded presentations are not allowed.

How over-rehearsing can undermine your presentation

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You're giving a big presentation and have been really busy, so you haven't rehearsed it as much as you'd like. Rather than burning the candle at both ends to rehearse your speech, plan an on-site dress rehearsal and technology check the day before your presentation, and run through it one last time on the morning you are slated to deliver it. Many speakers sleep better and feel less anxious if they incorporate light exercise into the day before and/or of their presentation.

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Why Newswires? The Past, Present & Future of Trusted News

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Newswires have a long tradition of fulfilling an industry need for the dissemination of market moving information to a wide range of news organizations and other stakeholders. Trends and technical advancements have influenced how news is both distributed and consumed. The stability, credibility and widespread usage of newswire distribution networks are a primary reason why communications professionals view them as the backbone of the news dissemination process.

Keynote presentation: How to build trust and reputation through content marketing

PR Warrior

The post Keynote presentation: How to build trust and reputation through content marketing appeared first on PR Warrior | Trevor Young. We live in exciting times! Every business today has the opportunity to become its own media channel, to leverage the power of their online publishing platforms to create and distribute meaningful content that provides value for their audience, and in turn helps build brand visibility, credibility, influence and trust.

How to prevent embarrassing tech mishaps during your presentation

PR Daily

If you’re like most businesspeople, technology has become an integral part of your presentations. Who hasn’t experienced a technology screwup that spoiled a presentation? He did his presentation—about technology and presentation—with no technology.

PowerPoint Presentation Tips from 7 Stellar SlideShare Decks


Whether you’re gearing up for an important marketing presentation to the board—or making the toast at your brother’s wedding—you likely struggle to get those butterflies flying in formation. PowerPoint decks present their own unique challenges. To discover answers to these common questions, find solutions to the public speaking jitters and suggest some useful PowerPoint presentation tips , I turned to SlideShare. 5: “How to Create an Awesome Presentation” by Propoint.

Tips for adapting a winning presentation for distinct audiences

PR Daily

When you end a presentation feeling certain your audience is on board with you, it’s as thrilling as hitting a grand slam in the ninth inning. Keep these important tips in mind when you’re modifying a presentation for new eyes and ears: 1. How might they resist the ideas you present?

5 crucial preliminary steps to elevate your team presentation

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Little glitches and rough edges can mar an otherwise sterling presentation. With preparation, speakers may be less likely to be thrown off track if the presentation reveals a different setup from what had been discussed. Make eye contact with your co-presenter during the transition, and exchange a warm look before turning toward the audience. Let’s say your colleague gets stuck in traffic on presentation day.

6 common yet avoidable presentation flaws

PR Daily

So began my in-flight conversation about presentations and presentation mistakes. is way too exuberant when he presents.”. So, I began every workshop by asking attendees to jot down presentation challenges at their company. People across all companies repeatedly make the same presentation mistakes. It doesn’t matter what industry, the age of the company, or the caliber of employees, a bad presentation is bad for the same reasons.

6 essentials for delivering a superb virtual presentation

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Never, ever multitask—especially when you’re the host or presenter. Face-to-face meetings have become a luxury.

10 rules to follow for powerful presentations

PR Daily

Here are 10 commandments every PR pro can employ for effective presentations: 1. The first step in preparing a presentation is to identify your target audiences, including those who may hear your remarks second hand. They give your audience a clear road map of presentation and its purpose. They should enhance the presentation—not drive it. Humor is a valuable tool for effective presentations, and it’s not used nearly enough.

3 key considerations of effective presenting

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Effective presentations require more, yet less. If you haven’t answered these questions throughout your presentation, it’s likely you have wasted their time and yours. Mindful Presenter. Smile, breathe, tell a story, keep your hands out of your pockets, imagine your audience naked. These classic public speaking tips are all sound advice (except the last one), but this list is incomplete.

7 ways to ruin your presentation

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No matter how deep your knowledge of a given subject, you can still botch your presentation of your expertise. As a member of the audience, I would throw rotten vegetables at people who go over their time, however good their presentation is.". I have an interview series, Inside Voice , in which I ask speakers and speechwriters to share their public speaking insights, lessons learned and best practices.

Tempo Presents: The Future of PR with Sandra Fathi, President of Affect

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Business Wire recently had #CommPro Sandra Fathi , president of Affect , stop by and offer some insight into the current and future trends in public relations. An ardent entrepreneur, Sandra has spent the last 20 years helping technology, healthcare and professional services companies achieve their goals. Communicating in the digital age requires an understanding of today’s rapidly evolving popular platforms.

8 dreadful ways to begin a presentation

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Think of the opening of your speech as prime real estate. Many speech beginnings, unfortunately, don’t do their speakers or their audiences any favors. Some are small mistakes, and some are more fundamental, but they’re all unnecessary. The first line of your speech is the point of maximum excitement and openness for the audience. The speaker has to meet those expectations with something equally exciting. How are you starting your speeches? Don’t use any of these clunkers, please.

5 ways to avoid a presentation disaster

PR Daily

Scan any list of must-have skills for PR pros, and you’ll find one thing that is almost always absent is the ability to deliver a presentation. Yet when I attend industry events, I see PR people committing the kinds of presentation errors that they would never let their clients make. If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, check out these five things you can do to make your next presentation a success. The same thing applies for a speech or presentation.