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Jay Baer, once a big proponent of Slideshare, is now making some very valid points about the demise of the slideshow sharing service. What do you think? Do you use it?
Very interesting to read this. I’ve always been a huge fan of SlideShare – it drove a lot of engagement for me and I even made it to the front page of featured slides one time. I didn’t realize things had gone downhill so much until I read this. Jay is very much focussed on generating business leads in this post, but I think SlideShare is also a great place to view top-quality slides from others – I know @LeeAase posts his slides there – so, in my opinion, there’s still value on the platform. I wouldn’t write it off just yet, but it’s disappointing that they have downgraded the user experience so much lately.
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Thanks for sharing, @MarieEnnisOConnor! It’s great to hear that it drove a lot of engagement for you, and I agree there is still value.
Thanks…I still like and use Slideshare but it has lost some of its value. It’s still great to have a place to upload slides easily and also make large slide decks that are too big for email downloadable as a way of transferring them. I think the main issue is that the traffic you get from slideshare isn’t going to come from getting a deck featured, but will be what you generate via links on your own social accounts.
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