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20 Inspiring SlideShare Presentations Every Marketer Should See

Some presentations are better than others. Some have gorgeous designs. Some have insanely actionable takeaways. Some just give down-to-earth advice. But the best SlideShare presentations represent all three. And if you're looking to get started making your own PowerPoint or SlideShare presentation, why not learn from the best of the best? To help you kick your own presentations up a notch, we've curated 25 awesome SlideShare decks below. Click here to download 20 examples of top-notch PowerPoint presentations and get tips for creating one of your own! When you're clicking through the presentations below, notice how they weave an interesting story through the SlideShare format, design their slides, and make their presentations interactive with SlideShare-exclusive features. Bonus: You may just learn a thing or two about marketing while you're at it. ;) 1) "How to Produce Better Content Ideas," Mark Johnstone We all get writer's block sometimes. 2) "How Google Works," Eric Schmidt

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