Show the World Your Wares Easily and Inexpensively
You've spent a lot of time preparing your PowerPoint
presentations and now you're ready to show the world all your
company has to offer. You set up some appointments for sales
presentations with a few members of the local Chamber of
Commerce. On the appointed day, you lug your laptop and your
presentation to your prospective client's office and start your
show. They're impressed with what they see and you get the job.
And that's the way things are supposed to work.
But what happens when you're ready to start finding clients
outside a 30-mile radius? For one thing, your costs for getting
new work will soar. Not only will your travel expenses increase,
but the time spent traveling will keep you from working on other
tasks that need to get done.
It's hard when you're trying to grow your business solo and
you're the one wearing all the hats. You can multi-task to a
certain extent, but still, when you work alone, there's just so
much you can accomplish in one day. Sure you can hire help, but
that means adding payroll and other employee management tasks to
your already overburdened schedule.
What if there was a way you could show your PowerPoint
presentations to anyone in the world, at any time of the day,
without going broke? Do you think you could nail new business? Is
this the thing that you've been wishing for night after night,
while you lay there wide awake trying desperately to fall asleep?
Well for one low annual fee, which works out to be about $50 per
month, you can show your PowerPoint presentations as many times
as you want, to anyone, anywhere in the world. No, you're not
dreaming! The technology exists right now.
When you want someone to view your PowerPoint presentation, you
send that person an invitation by email. The invitation provides
a link and an access code. Your guest simply clicks on the link,
enters the code, then sits back and enjoys the show!
Because your guests view the presentation from a standard web
browser, they won't need any special software to see your
presentation. And even though you're not physically present, you
can still control the show.
There are no limits to the number of presentations that you can
store in your private account. You can jump around from slide to
slide and select the slides you want your audience to see. You
can also switch between different presentations while your
viewers are still logged in. And best of all, you can read right
from your notes without anyone else noticing.
Up to ten viewers can logon and view your presentation
simultaneously. You can show your presentations to an unlimited
number of viewers, but there is an additional cost for this.
Anyone who has a PDA can view your presentation, too, as long as
Flash is built into the PDA.
So if you're ready to show the world your new product
demonstration, or you need to conduct a meeting with different
people who are located in different offices, or you are in the
training business and you're setting up virtual classrooms, or
even if you need to train others on the use of a particular
product, you need OnlinePRESENTER.
OnlinePRESENTER requires Windows 98, 2000, XP or NT and
PowerPoint 2000, XP, or 2003.
This cutting-edge way to show off your PowerPoint presentations
is well worth the price of admission. Without leaving the comfort
of your home office, you can be showing your wares to prospects
living in New York or New Delhi! So sit back and let the show
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