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Public Speaking: Making Complicated Subjects Easy to Understand

 
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The following is a guest blog article by Lindsey Harper Mac. If you are interested in guest blogging for Sound n' Sight, please read my guest blogging guidelines. And if you have any thoughts, please comment. Bob and I both would love to hear what you have to say! 

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More Tips for Better Presentations

 
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The following is a guest blog article by Lindsey Harper Mac. If you are interested in guest blogging for Sound n' Sight, please read my guest blogging guidelines . And if you have any thoughts, please comment below. Lindsey and I both would love to hear what you have to say!

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5 Tips for Speaker Introductions that Rock the House

 
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The following is a guest blog article by Bob Rowell. If you are interested in guest blogging for Sound n' Sight, please read my guest blogging guidelines . And if you have any thoughts, please comment below. Bob and I both would love to hear what you have to say!

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Bl!nk Presentations Give Colleagues a Chance to Share Stories

 
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What happens when two event professionals get to talking in an airport as they're waiting to go home from a conference? In the case of Judy Kucharuk of Footprint Management Sytstems and Elizabeth Henderson of Meeting Change, a whole new presentation format! 

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5 Audio Visual Musts to Check BEFORE Your Presentation

 
presentationThe following is a guest blog article by Kenji Crosland of eVenues.com. If you are interested in guest blogging for Sound n' Sight, please read my guest blogging guidelines. And if you have any thoughts, please comment. Kenji and I both would love to hear what you have to say!

Most people who attend meetings have no idea about the preparation it takes to create a successful presentation. This is a good sign. When a group meets, absorbs information easily and comfortably leaves the meeting understanding its content, the presenter has done their job well.

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9 Tips for Creating More Engaging Events

 
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14 Ways Speakers Can Use Social Media to Connect With Their Audience

 
conference tweetingSocial media has given presenters amazing tools with which to market ourselves. But to use these tools properly, it's important to encourage dialogue and stay away from broadcasting our message.

In fact, I'm not even sure I like the term "marketing" in this instance. I prefer "connecting" because it's more indicative of the kind of activity that really benefits presenters and audiences alike.

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Jenise Fryatt's Top 5 Links Feb 20-26, 2011

 
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Join me and many more of your friends at The Special Event

 
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This week I will be joining many of my events industry friends in attending and presenting at The Special Event in Phoenix, the largest tradeshow and conference in the world for event professionals. 

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Event planners, are you ready to "Risk It"?

 
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Paul Cook may be best known to social media savvy events pros as the guy behind the event planner resource, Planet Planit. But Paul got started in the industry, as an insurance provider.  His company, Clarity Event Insurance is known among his clients for making a complicated subject understandable.

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