Presentations are about storytelling. And yes, Prezi is a platform for this – the best of its kind. If you read this article, probably you agree on that : -) What are the assets that build up these stories? You can use images, videos, small amount of texts (no, not bullet points) and charts as […]

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Prezi made the biggest announcement since its launch in 2009: They released a new product, the Prezi Next. What really is Next? As a summary, it is a re-built version of the classic Prezi (from now on called Prezi Classic) with: New possibilities for structuring your content (with a few limitations compared to the Classic) […]

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Would you like to impress your colleagues, your boss or possibly new investors with Prezi.com? In most cases, the reason why internal and external corporate presentations are not made with Prezi is because the use of the use of (boring : -) corporate templates is compulsory, which are – obviously – based on PowerPoint. This […]

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The constant question is which one to use: PowerPoint or Prezi? My honest answer is: Neither, but instead learn to speak, utilize the power of words and present with confidence, thus achieving constant attention. My professional answer is: It depends. Let us first examine my own example. With customers – in sales situations – I […]

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A good structure and its visualization are the strongest, and at the same time, the most disastrously used facets of Prezi. That is what turns 92% of the prezis I see useless. The situation is best demonstrated by the fact that most people think about spectacular zooming when they think about Prezi, even though this […]

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It is a well-known fact that 90% of all Prezi users chose it for its “WOW” effect that helps the user capture and impress the audience instantly. And there is nothing wrong with this! If we have a new tool… we should make the most of it! The question remains: what is the limit? The […]

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