June 2013 Client of the Month

Congratulations to our June Client of the Month   Alicia L. Williams founder and CEO of Aliste Internet Marketing.   Aliste Internet Marketing is  an international marketing firm that motivates both clients and audiences around the world. Williams has spoken for professional groups such as national chambers of commerce, higher education institutions, national conferences and business talk radio.

Alicia  has many accomplishments including being honored by the Worcester Business Journal as 2012’s Top 40 Entrepreneurial Leaders Under 40, The Keynote speaker for Women Empowered By Business Annual Conference and Featured Entrepreneur at Nichols College and No Boundaries Business Radio Show.  As a published author Alicia has provided valuable insight on topics from leadership to philanthropy, business growth and internet marketing.

In addition to her many accomplishments, she believes in giving back to the community.  Alicia is an active member of the Center for Women & Enterprise, The Breast Cancer Fund, Susan G. Komen For the Cure and The March of Dimes.

To contact Alicia email her at Alicia@AlisteInternetMarketing.com | 508-393-2228 | http://www.AlisteInternetMarketing.com
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6 Easy Steps to Uploading a Keynote Presentation with Video to a Website

This is one way to put a Keynote Presentation on your website.
1. Upload your presentation to iwork.com (Similar to Google Docs)
2. Properly format presentation
3. Click upload
4. Login to iworks again, click presentation, click play
5. In the sidebar  click public
6. Select show public link and then that link can be copied and pasted into a website you can also click and have it show embedded code for website.
(You can format your presentation to have timers between slides and also once on your website you can make the show a hyperlink to a clickable user managed version of the slideshow. This is done by choosing the object you want a hyperlink for  then going to Inspector – View – Show Inspector. Next, open hyperlink tab and setup as hyperlinks only.)
Please leave your questions, comments or helpful hints of your own! Stop by our Archives for more great info.

6 Steps to Adding Action Keys to a Keynote Presentation with Video

Follow the following instructions for a simple way to add action buttons to Keynote (play, forward, backward):
1.  Open Keynote presentation
2. Click Shapes button in toolbar and select shape you want to be a button
3. Click Inspector button on toolbar
4.  Select Graphic inspector to modify the button
5.  Click link button and then select enable as hyperlink
6. Click Link to  and select the button’s destination
As always, comments and suggestions are strongly encouraged so if you have a helpful tip to share please do! Thanks for stopping by and don’t forget to check out our Archives!