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Discover the Best Slideshare Presentation Practices In Your Niche

Discover the Best Slideshare Presentation Practices In Your NicheOver 60 million visitors a month...

Slideshare: with over 60 million visitors a month and being ranked as one of the top 120 most-viewed websites worldwide… Provides an incredible means for small and big businesses to generate huge amounts of exposure.

However… with 400,000 new Slideshare presentations being uploaded every month, it’s easy for your Slideshare to get lost at sea and drowned out by the competition.

In this quick video tutorial, I am going to show you how to discover the best Slideshare practices in your niche using Impactana. After this, you’ll know exactly what kinds of Slideshare topics are popular, who shares them, and which creators just keep hitting the mark.

To begin with, login to your Impactana account. In this example, I’m going to look for the best Slideshare practices for presentations on business.

To do this, I’m going to use the Advanced Search Option Site quotes Slideshare.net AND intitle quotes business AND downloads over 10,000. This will prompt Impactana to look for presentations with over 10,000 downloads uploaded to Slideshare.net including “business” in their titles.

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Christoph C. Cemper
Christoph C. Cemper started working in the internet marketing business as an SEO and Link Builder in 2003. He began developing SEO software for internal use in 2006. In 2009, Christoph launched his favorite SEO tools as LinkResearchTools in the SaaS model. When the famous Google Penguin update changed the rules of SEO in 2012, Christoph started Link Detox, software for finding links that pose a risk in a website’s backlink profile. He introduced ongoing link audits and risk management to the market in early 2011. In 2015, Christoph introduced Impactana, a new technology platform and SaaS product to measure the success of content beyond "social buzz", to find content, videos and people that make an impact.
Christoph C. Cemper

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