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How can I upload/share presentations others can immediately access/see online for free?

Neil HereWeAre Want To find-close Business Online without competition Before They Google Search? We solve this problem 1(508)-481-8567

November 28th, 2015

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Kevin M. Smith

November 28th, 2015

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Aaron Glinski Digital Marketing Specialist at Vinyl Interactive

November 28th, 2015

Have you tried slideshare?

Jason Graves Software Architect - Nokia Bell Labs

November 28th, 2015

Slides.com
SlideShare.net
ICloud.com (Keynote)

Ray Sidney-Smith

November 28th, 2015

You might want to record your presentation using ShareX (free, open source software for Windows OS) or QuickTime X (usually comes on Mac OS X) that can record your screen and audio from a microphone and/or audio output from your computer. You can then upload the screencast to YouTube and share it privately or publicly with whoever you'd like.

Hoofar Pourzand

November 30th, 2015

Prezi, Keynote- export it as a PDF and upload it to a public address and share the short-link. Keep it simple. Max five parameters in a plot.  

"Solid Answer"?
You can make me believe you have a "solid answer" to a question with visualizing more data, if that is what you are interesting in. I personally see more value in the data and their references not just the plots. I spent over six month in setting up a visualization room (12 touch 42" monitors with a control deck and a set of data visualization packages).

And don't forget, you still need to write what those graphs and plots mean and where they are coming from.

Neil HereWeAre Want To find-close Business Online without competition Before They Google Search? We solve this problem 1(508)-481-8567

December 1st, 2015

Everyone, thanks so much. I have used slideshare before. I have also now checked all o f the other suggestions and WOW. You have all helped me greatly in getting usable directions re the postin/uploading of presentations that anyone can then access without passwords, etc. THANKS!!! Neil

Michael Liang Aspiring Entrepreneur

November 28th, 2015

Google slides and set permissions to anyone with link can view.

Chandan Jha MBA 2016 Candidate at Babson College

November 28th, 2015

You have google slides, where you can make/upload with share capabilities. Prezi is entirely online. You should have capabilities to share it, though I have never used it.

Jack Russo Chairman of the Board at Foundation for Creativity in Dispute Resolution (non-profit)

November 29th, 2015

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