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What is SlideShare ?

SlideShare is becoming another great social media sharing network. You may not have heard of it before now but this explains what it is and how you can use it.

If you want to create a presentation easily and have it shared then SlideShare will work wonders for you.

It can work especially well for small businesses using social media channels.

Here’s how.

SlideShare is the largest presentation sharing site in the world. SlideShare has been nicknamed the “YouTube for PowerPoint” but users can upload and share more than just PowerPoint slide presentations, including documents, PDFs, videos and webinars. You can find a presentation for any topic of interest. Slideshows can easily be embedded on websites, blogs and shared on social media networks like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. The social sharing seamlessly allows people to view the slides directly on social media making it a viral content-sharing platform.

SlideShare has over 60 million users, total number of pieces of content shared on SlideShare 18 million, number of SlideShares posted to LinkedIn to date 20 million (stats May 2015) .

Who uses SlideShare?

Users that are typically made up of anyone looking to find or share a presentation including speakers, educators, marketers, consultants, CEOs, engineers, professionals, and designers.

SlideShare is a viral content marketing network that can help individuals and businesses generate new leads. Users can upload public or private presentations. SlideShare was originally just meant to be an easy way to share presentations during conferences but has grown into a robust community.

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