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James Leong

James Leong is a regional public speaking champion, who represented Singapore and won the Toastmasters International (Pan Southeast Asia) District Humourous Speech Championship. His highly popular workshop, Dynamic Presentations, coaches managers and executives on how to engage their corporate audience creatively and professionally. James can be reached at jamesleong@visions1.com.sg or www.visions1.com.sg. Catch James in action on YouTube under: “jamesleongtraining”

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Create Successful Sales Value

The sales presentation is normally perceived to be a challenging one by most presenters. This is because in addition to just getting the attention of the audience, the presenter needs to get action from them in the form of a sale.

ATTENTION

The first step is to get your audience to pay attention to your presentation. There are different strategies to break their current pre-occupation.

Tube Raider Picture Profiles

Are your presentation slides helping or hindering you in delivering your message Do they attract attention for the right reasons, or do they merely distract the audience On the internet, everything is very much static, unlike in television in which all are moving. If you advertise anything that is movable, it will definitely catch peoples attention. Now imagine your product parading in all it's royalty through video blog. You will surly get so many orders in no time.

If you are starting a new business, you can build a video blog right from the comfort of your home. All you require is your web camera, microphone, video software, and lights. Once you know how to use your camera, then you can make a video blog. Make sure you invest on a good web camera. The greater its resolution, the better the output. You also need to show your goods in the top way, so get the best one feasible. You either write a short story, or you might just decide to capture your products in one go. Be sure you are getting the finest profile for each. Make those creativity juices flowing.

Presenting With Visual Aids Less is More

 
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