any product is ok please give me product that easy to said and please write a speak note for word
one for presentation and one for word thanks
1. Describe AND JUSTIFY a marketing campaign for a product of your choice.
5 Minutes presentation on powerpoint. Please record audio onto Power Point Goal: Make a listener focus and understand what is in your mind.
Help the audience leave with new information and perspective.
What to include:
– Grab the audience’s attention
– Explain what the product is
– (Explain the marketing strategy if you choose #1)
– ARGUMENTS TO SUPPORT
o 1. Why that marketing strategy is best?
o 2. Why this product is worth buying?
– Conclusion (What you want the audience to remember)
– Thank you!
CHECK THIS OUT FOR GREAT TIPS FOR PRESENTATIONS
(More Slides with less info on each is a good idea)
Notes from How to avoid Death by Powerpoint: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iwpi1Lm6dFo
2. Describe and PROMOTE a product of your choice (not a phone or computer)
“90% of what you said was gone in 30 seconds” if your slides looked like these bad
Our memories aren’t good. Please help us!
One message per slide!
Helps audience focus and memorize
3. If what you’re saying (verbal script) is also written on your slides, your audience will get 0 info.
a. Don’t read to us!
4. Purpose of your slides: short, sweet bit of text and an image. 5.
6. Most important part should be biggest
The number of slides is rarely the problem. The problem is often the number of objects per slide. Tips with Making Arguments:
1. Once you have finished outlining/writing your paper, identify each argument
2. Make sure there is evidence that proves your argument to be true
3. See if you can find any holes in your argument
4. Give enough proof that it will convince someone your point is true
Your eyes focus on moving objects, signaling colours (red/orange/yellow), contrasting
objects, and big objects. WHAT FOLLOWS THESE QUALITIES IS WHAT WILL TAKE THE
Your brain needs to “count” if there are 7 or more objects, but not if there are only 6 or fewer.
Your brain can simply “see” the 6 objects.
Counting takes 500% more cognitive resources than just seeing.
The magic number is 6. The max number of objects per slide should be 6.