You can embed Twitter feeds into a presentation when you want to exhibit your interaction and engagement with potential customers on Twitter. This will help make a good impression of your brand in the minds of your audience and encourage them to try your product or service.
Show provides an add-on to help you search and include Twitter feeds directly without having to navigate to the Twitter page in a new tab. This also makes it easier to play relevant feeds during the presentation.
To access Twitter feeds in Show:
- Click Twitter Feed under Add-Ons.
- Click Authenticate Twitter to login to your account.
Note: If required, you can also sign in as a different user in the Twitter add-on for Show.
Insert specific feeds to promote a feature
You can search for a specific tweet or paste its permalink in the text box provided when you want to make any product announcements or feature updates. You can click Insert to add the feed to your slide. This method is useful for promoting your product or service and helping your audience better understand the relevance and reach of your business proposals.
You can also include interesting retweets with links that direct readers to your website and increase the number of page views.
Insert live feeds to improve audience engagement
Let's say you ran a live poll in Twitter and want to include the results in your presentation. In such cases, you can click the Live Twitter Feed option, enter a few keywords to find the tweet, and then click Insert to include the feed on your slide. You will now be able to see all the live responses in your presentation. This will interest your audience and urge them to share their views as well, eventually increasing the number of posts about your brand on Twitter and leading to faster brand recognition.
You can also enable the Update feed automatically checkbox to let your audience view the most recent feeds at the time of presentation.
Insert marked feeds to facilitate user interaction
Let's say you want to include more than one Twitter feed in your slide to help your audience get a better idea of your subject. In such cases, you can use hashtags or enter key terms to search for a particular list under the Marked Twitter Feed category. You can hover over the tweets and click the Plus symbol to add them to the selection. You can click Insert to add all the selected tweets to your slide.
You can also use the Marked Twitter Feed option when you want to display a few customer reviews or references to your audience. This will prompt viewers to share their perspectives and interact with your Twitter followers.
You can further change the feed any time, apply a shadow or border to it, and adjust its alignment on the slide.
We hope you found this post useful! We'll be back with more interesting tips for Show.
—the Show team
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