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The differences between presenting online and offline.

Since the start of the pandemic, there has been a significant shift to online work and presentations. While the pandemic may be behind us, online presentations have become the norm. So, what are the real differences between online and offline presentations? Read on to find out.

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Maintaining audience attention during online and offline presentations.

The differences between online and offline presentations should not be underestimated. In an offline presentation, the presenter and audience are in the same room, making it much easier to maintain audience attention. When the audience is at home, they can easily become distracted by household members, children, or clutter, making it harder to focus. In an offline presentation, the audience is more or less forced to pay attention. Additionally, having everyone in the same room can be more motivating. Offline presenters also have more tools at their disposal, such as non-verbal communication like gestures and pointing, which can help keep the audience engaged, in addition to PowerPoint and their voice.

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Managing distractions.

How can you make sure that your audience isn't distracted during an online presentation? During online presentations, there is more distance between the presenter and the audience. Not only physically, but also emotionally. Your way of speaking doesn't come across as effectively, you can't use non-verbal communication, and often you can't even see the audience yourself. As a result, it is more difficult to connect with them. A good PowerPoint presentation is therefore extra important. It should not only contain the necessary information but also have a beautiful and playful layout that continues to capture the audience's attention. Additionally, you can try to involve your audience in the presentation, for example, by asking questions.

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Technical issues.

While technical problems can already occur during an offline presentation, they occur even more frequently during online presentations. Not only can the PowerPoint presentation have glitches, but the connection can also be lost - both yours and that of the audience. As a presenter, you should sit in a room where the internet generally works well. Unfortunately, you have no control over the audience's internet connection. Wait to start the presentation until everyone is in the meeting and try not to worry too much about disruptions on their end during the presentation.

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Having an offline or online presentation made by Mr.Prezident.

Mr.Prezident knows how to create a great presentation, both online and offline. With our expertise in creating captivating PowerPoint presentations for both settings, we understand that there are differences between an online and an offline presentation. We provide various templates that you can use to create your own presentation, or we can create a ready-made presentation for you. If you regularly need to create and/or deliver presentations, you can participate in one of our trainings and become an expert in both online and offline presentation in no time.

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