Work of the Week – Presentation Design

We’re highlighting a variety of presentation designs that we had the pleasure of producing with some really great companies. Although we’re a bit more known in some circles for our more editorial, viral, or top-of-funnel content, a good percentage of our work includes more mid-funnel content types such as whitepapers, e-books, and presentations. Check out the interesting presentations we worked with our friends at Marketo, VMware, and LinkedIn to create.

Marketo – How Social Affects Lead Generation

Our long-time partners at Marketo reached out to us to help create a presentation detailing the relationship between social media and lead generation to show the true value of social media. The presentation canvases the big names in the social space and provides practical, real-world examples for how to leverage those platforms to increase leads. A great resource for marketers in any industry, the presentation has gotten more than 54,000 views on SlideShare so far.



VMware – Achieving Cloud Relevance

Next, we’re calling out a presentation deck that we produced with our friends over at VMWare. A major player in the IT and cloud adoption landscape, VMware wanted to create a presentation that clearly communicates the cloud options for businesses today. This presentation provides some great insight, outlining best practices in cloud management and ways to get the most out of your IT strategy.



LinkedIn – 2014 Professional Content Consumption Report

And to round it out, check out this report that we recently created with our friends at LinkedIn for a presentation on how marketers can engage the business network’s top content consumers. Titled “Content Revolutionaries,” this report describes how high-profile LinkedIn users are consuming and sharing professional content in record amounts, which provides a huge benefit to those who can market to this audience.


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