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Seven Online Presentation Tools and Services

By: Anna Olinger | March 14, 2016 | 
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Seven Online Presentation Tools and Services

By Anna Olinger 

At some point in your life, it’s likely that creating a presentation will be necessary.

Whether it’s for a client, colleague, class, or potential employer, the need for effective presentation-giving is clear and the techniques involved are constantly evolving.

Simply typing out information is definitely not the best way to begin a presentation.

However, it is a good place to begin an outline.

Your information may be intriguing and interesting, but you need to present it in a way that reaches a large audience.

Sticking to just text will not be effective.

Technology offers not only some great presentation tools, but any easy way to share them, as well.

PowerPoint is no longer the only option, and not everyone has access to the same tools so the new integration abilities are essential.

First assess your own strengths, needs, and weaknesses.

Then review the following reputable presentation tools to discover which one best suit your specific needs.

Seven Online Presentation Tools and Services

  • Google Slides. If you already have a Google account, no registration is required to use their Slides feature. It’s a familiar, free, and an easy way for users to add and align images and texts, and a simple way to choose layout and design.
  • Emaze. Emaze offers a free version, as well as pro and Emazing versions, and their platform is straightforward and easy to navigate. Users can choose from categorized templates and various customization features, and add motion effects to objects.
  • Prezi. Prezi is an all-in-one package for anyone who wants to create dynamic and naturally flowing presentations. Users can create motion effects and zoom in and out of screens, as well as access graphs, charts, animations, and more. There are also templates to choose from and easy integration features for all users.
  • Essay Capital. At Essay Capital, users can order presentations or receive guided assistance through the creation and editing processes. Their team is composed of writers who all hold master’s or doctorate degrees and they offer 24/7 support with access to unlimited help.
  • Haiku Deck. This presentation tool is best for individuals who want to create an image-centric or light-on-text document. Users can create modern, classic, and elegant slides focused on graphics, and there are more than 35 million images to access.
  • Visme. Visme lets users choose between infographic, presentation, or blank canvases and offers seven different templates. The process of creating slides is extremely simple, and the tool also offers access to a huge library resource and built-in editor.
  • Slides. Slides has three price points—basic, pro, and team—and offers an initial walkthrough so users can better understand how to use the tool. There are 10 default slide layouts to choose from and 12 type options (as well as multiple color and style choices).

Additional Benefits

Regardless of your position, career, or subject area, each of the tools listed above can be used to create better presentations.

Let them help increase your productivity and help you create more engaging slides with elements that will engage your audience.

You don’t have to download huge or expensive software anymore.

There are plenty of options like the ones listed above that can be accessed from any device with a web browser.

These tools also allow you to store all of your work offline, so you can access it whenever and wherever you need.

The added convenience of presentation tools and applications has made presenting or speaking making a more fun, creative, and innovative process.

Learn what’s trending and what’s new and use these presentation tool to create something that will boost your overall success.

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About Anna Olinger


Anna Olinger is a freelance content manager from Washington, DC. To learn more tips on content marketing, writing and social media follow Anna on Twitter and Linkedin.

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Paula Kiger
3 months 9 days ago

I am salivating at the thought of 35 million images. (I really should have turned this comment into a Haiku!). Great resources Anna thanks!

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