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Yep, you read that right. Interactivity and animation can turn even the most boring content into something super fun. In Genially, we use AI (Awesome interactivity) in all our designs so that you can level up with interactivity and turn your content into something that engages and provides value.

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Pose a dramatic question; this is the essential ingredient for holding the audience's attention. It is usually posed in an intriguing way at the beginning of the story to captivate the audience and is resolved at the end.

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Did you know that images illustrate what you want to say and allow you to add additional info?

Visual content is a transversal, universal language, like music. We can understand images from millions of years ago, even from other cultures.

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Did you know that images are an aesthetic resource that tell stories all by themselves and, what’s more, they keep the brain awake?

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When giving a presentation, you need to go after two main objectives: to convey information and avoid yawns. To do this, it can be good practice to make an outline and use words that will be imprinted in the memories of your audience.If you want to add additional information or develop the content in detail, you can do this with your verbal presentation. We recommend training your voice and rehearsing; the best improvisation happens when you’re prepared!Showing enthusiasm, smiling, and maintaining eye contact with your audience can be your best allies when it comes to telling stories that excite and capture the audience's interest: 'The eyes, chico. They never lie'. This will help you connect with your audience. Knock their socks off!

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When giving a presentation, you need to go after two main objectives: to convey information and avoid yawns. To do this, it can be good practice to make an outline and use words that will be imprinted in the memories of your audience.If you want to add additional information or develop the content in detail, you can do this with your verbal presentation. We recommend training your voice and rehearsing; the best improvisation happens when you’re prepared!Showing enthusiasm, smiling, and maintaining eye contact with your audience can be your best allies when it comes to telling stories that excite and capture the audience's interest: 'The eyes, chico. They never lie'. This will help you connect with your audience. Knock their socks off!

An awesome title

A.b.a

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When giving a presentation, you need to go after two main objectives: to convey information and avoid yawns. To do this, it can be good practice to make an outline and use words that will be imprinted in the memories of your audience.If you want to add additional information or develop the content in detail, you can do this with your verbal presentation. We recommend training your voice and rehearsing; the best improvisation happens when you’re prepared!Showing enthusiasm, smiling, and maintaining eye contact with your audience can be your best allies when it comes to telling stories that excite and capture the audience's interest: 'The eyes, chico. They never lie'. This will help you connect with your audience. Knock their socks off!

An awesome title

A.b.b

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When giving a presentation, you need to go after two main objectives: to convey information and avoid yawns. To do this, it can be good practice to make an outline and use words that will be imprinted in the memories of your audience.If you want to add additional information or develop the content in detail, you can do this with your verbal presentation. We recommend training your voice and rehearsing; the best improvisation happens when you’re prepared!Showing enthusiasm, smiling, and maintaining eye contact with your audience can be your best allies when it comes to telling stories that excite and capture the audience's interest: 'The eyes, chico. They never lie'. This will help you connect with your audience. Knock their socks off!

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When giving a presentation, you need to go after two main objectives: to convey information and avoid yawns. To do this, it can be good practice to make an outline and use words that will be imprinted in the memories of your audience.If you want to add additional information or develop the content in detail, you can do this with your verbal presentation. We recommend training your voice and rehearsing; the best improvisation happens when you’re prepared!Showing enthusiasm, smiling, and maintaining eye contact with your audience can be your best allies when it comes to telling stories that excite and capture the audience's interest: 'The eyes, chico. They never lie'. This will help you connect with your audience. Knock their socks off!

An awesome title

B.a.b

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When giving a presentation, you need to go after two main objectives: to convey information and avoid yawns. To do this, it can be good practice to make an outline and use words that will be imprinted in the memories of your audience.If you want to add additional information or develop the content in detail, you can do this with your verbal presentation. We recommend training your voice and rehearsing; the best improvisation happens when you’re prepared!Showing enthusiasm, smiling, and maintaining eye contact with your audience can be your best allies when it comes to telling stories that excite and capture the audience's interest: 'The eyes, chico. They never lie'. This will help you connect with your audience. Knock their socks off!

An awesome title

B.b.a

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When giving a presentation, you need to go after two main objectives: to convey information and avoid yawns. To do this, it can be good practice to make an outline and use words that will be imprinted in the memories of your audience.If you want to add additional information or develop the content in detail, you can do this with your verbal presentation. We recommend training your voice and rehearsing; the best improvisation happens when you’re prepared!Showing enthusiasm, smiling, and maintaining eye contact with your audience can be your best allies when it comes to telling stories that excite and capture the audience's interest: 'The eyes, chico. They never lie'. This will help you connect with your audience. Knock their socks off!

An awesome title

B.b.b

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When giving a presentation, you need to go after two main objectives: to convey information and avoid yawns. To do this, it can be good practice to make an outline and use words that will be imprinted in the memories of your audience.If you want to add additional information or develop the content in detail, you can do this with your verbal presentation. We recommend training your voice and rehearsing; the best improvisation happens when you’re prepared!Showing enthusiasm, smiling, and maintaining eye contact with your audience can be your best allies when it comes to telling stories that excite and capture the audience's interest: 'The eyes, chico. They never lie'. This will help you connect with your audience. Knock their socks off!

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When giving a presentation, you need to go after two main objectives: to convey information and avoid yawns. To do this, it can be good practice to make an outline and use words that will be imprinted in the memories of your audience.If you want to add additional information or develop the content in detail, you can do this with your verbal presentation. We recommend training your voice and rehearsing; the best improvisation happens when you’re prepared!Showing enthusiasm, smiling, and maintaining eye contact with your audience can be your best allies when it comes to telling stories that excite and capture the audience's interest: 'The eyes, chico. They never lie'. This will help you connect with your audience. Knock their socks off!

An awesome title

C.a.b

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When giving a presentation, you need to go after two main objectives: to convey information and avoid yawns. To do this, it can be good practice to make an outline and use words that will be imprinted in the memories of your audience.If you want to add additional information or develop the content in detail, you can do this with your verbal presentation. We recommend training your voice and rehearsing; the best improvisation happens when you’re prepared!Showing enthusiasm, smiling, and maintaining eye contact with your audience can be your best allies when it comes to telling stories that excite and capture the audience's interest: 'The eyes, chico. They never lie'. This will help you connect with your audience. Knock their socks off!

An awesome title

C.b.a

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When giving a presentation, you need to go after two main objectives: to convey information and avoid yawns. To do this, it can be good practice to make an outline and use words that will be imprinted in the memories of your audience.If you want to add additional information or develop the content in detail, you can do this with your verbal presentation. We recommend training your voice and rehearsing; the best improvisation happens when you’re prepared!Showing enthusiasm, smiling, and maintaining eye contact with your audience can be your best allies when it comes to telling stories that excite and capture the audience's interest: 'The eyes, chico. They never lie'. This will help you connect with your audience. Knock their socks off!

An awesome title

When giving a presentation, you need to go after two main objectives: to convey information and avoid yawns. To do this, it can be good practice to make an outline and use words that will be imprinted in the memories of your audience.If you want to add additional information or develop the content in detail, you can do this with your verbal presentation. We recommend training your voice and rehearsing; the best improvisation happens when you’re prepared!Showing enthusiasm, smiling, and maintaining eye contact with your audience can be your best allies when it comes to telling stories that excite and capture the audience's interest: 'The eyes, chico. They never lie'. This will help you connect with your audience. Knock their socks off!

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