9 Tips to End a Speech With a Bang A good talk or public speech is like a good play, movie, or song. It opens by arresting the listener’s attention, develops point by point, and then ends strongly. The truth is, if you don’t know how to end a speech your key points may get lost. The words you say at the beginning, and especially at the end of your talk, will be remembered longer than almost any other part of your speech. How leading etailers use persuasion techniques on their Sale pages January is a time for quiet contemplation for ecommerce retailers… As if. It’s a time for frenetic sale activity and a continuation of the crazy build up to Christmas. If Christmas Day is the summit, December and January are the two main ascents. For this month’s blog I’ve been reviewing some of the UK’s leading multi-channel retailers to see if and how they’re using persuasion techniques on their main landing page to entice and convert customers. Persuasion takes many forms.
What Makes a Good Presentation? – The Canswedian English Teacher So, you have told your class that they are going to do a presentation on something-or-other. You show them what should be included, how their Powerpoint should look, you even talk about how important it is to have proper grammar… But do we ever really teach them what it means to give a good presentation? I finally clued in to this last year. MAYBE I should be teaching them this important piece of the puzzle! How else are they going to learn about intonation, hand gestures and body language?
The Sell: 200 years of advertising history on show at National Library of Australia Posted The first document ever printed in Australia was an advertisement — for a 1796 theatre show — and advertising has been a strong influence on Australian culture ever since. Today the National Library of Australia (NLA) opened an exhibition documenting 200 years of advertising in Australia. The Sell: Australian Advertising 1790s to 1990s features ads spruiking everything from corsets and clotheslines to political movements. The catchy jingles, witty slogans and bold images used to sell products to Australians have evolved over two centuries.
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