Feeling blind as a bat? Here are 3 ways Prezi Analytics revolutionizes presentation sharing
April 25, 2018 at 9 a.m. PDT/ 12 p.m. EST/ 4 p.m. GMT

No one likes the feeling of flying blind, especially when it comes to presentations. Discover how Prezi Analytics—with real-time open notifications and rich viewer engagement data—offers exciting possibilities versus the traditional approach of sending presentations as attachments, file sharing, or PDF embedding.

On Wednesday, April 25th, join “Best Business Prezi” award-winner Luke Goetting to discover how his presentation agency, Puffingston Presentations, uses Prezi Analytics for digital marketing, inside sales, social media sharing, and more.

You’ll learn:

  • How Prezi Analytics provides a deeper layer of insight compared to open rates, page views, and other traditional engagement metrics
  • How Prezi Analytics can help salespeople identify engaged prospects, new leads, and presentation virality within an organization
  • How Prezi Analytics can help marketers strategize presentation content and flow to improve audience engagement over time
  • Whether or not the phrase “blind as a bat” actually holds up (#science)

Goetting will also share real-world examples of how Puffingston has used analytics for in-person presentations, sales efforts, email campaigns, social media, and more. Plus, you’ll learn how to design presentations with analytics data that’s both valuable and actionable. The webinar starts at 9 a.m. PDT/ 12 p.m. EST/ 4 p.m. GMT, so register now!

Featured Speaker

Luke Goetting

Luke Goetting is an award-winning presentation specialist and founder of Puffingston – a presentation agency based in Austin, Texas. An Independent Prezi Expert and winner of the “Best Business Prezi” of 2013 award, Goetting specializes in transforming dull business presentations into engaging, well-structured stories that help audiences better understand and connect with presenters’ messages. His company designed presentations for SXSW Accelerator winners Tinitell in 2015 and PopUp Play in 2016.