How to Write A Presentation

How to Write A Presentation

Like any good story you need a beginning, middle and an end. Preparing your presentation will take some thought, energy, and time. A good presentation will keep your audience engaged waiting with anticipation for the next point. Knowing how to write a presentation is as important as how it is delivered.

Make sure you answer the question, “what’s in it for me?” Also, known as WIIFM. When doing any kind of marketing it is important that you can answer this for your customers and/or clients. You want to be able to establish a relationship with the people you are relating your message to. Knowing how to write a presentation and delivering it properly can really help you network with your customers and clients.

How to Write A Presentation-The Beginning

How To Write A PresentationYou want to pick colors of templates that is appealing and makes your audience feel comfortable. Use font that is easy to read when making your presentation. You will want to include a short introduction as to who you are and why you are doing the presentation. You want your listeners to know what your presentation is about and why you have decided to provide them with the information they are about to hear. Your listeners are going to want to know the reason they need to listen to you. Another thing to include at the beginning of the presentation is the length of time you intend for it to last. You want to let your listeners know what you hope they will get from your delivery at the end and when they can ask questions.

How to Write A Presentation-The Middle

You will want to include the facts and make them relevant to your delivery. List the keyHow To Write A Presentation factors that you want to convey to your audience. Keep your information delivered in a format that is easy to follow and easy to understand. Don’t bounce all over the place. You might want to have some little extras to include if time permits.

How to Write A Presentation-The End

You will want to reiterate the important parts of your presentation and summarize them for your viewers. Make sure and thank your viewers and invite them to ask questions.


How to Write A PresentationNote** Write your presentation as though you are talking to your best friend. Tell the story so that it is interesting, engaging, and keeps your audience interacting with you.**

Once you know how to write a presentation and deliver it you might find yourself doing more of them.


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  • Rudy F Graham

    Nice Post, Kay.
    This was posted just at the right time for me. I have been working on my first presentation lately so I can do my first webinar soon. Thanks for the great information.

    Rudy F Graham

  • Janny Manla

    You did not only make this sound simple, Kay, you actually made it very doable. Thanks bunch! 🙂

  • Thanks Rudy, Your presentation is coming right along. There is a lot of things that goes into a presentation. The next post will be what you might feel before, during and after the presentation. A webinar and presentation can really boost your business. Several of the presenters have received many visits from my website. I look forward to you and I doing a webinar together.


  • Thanks Janny, that is the goal to keep it simple as possible. Anyone can really do a presentation. All you have to do is be willing to step out of the comfort zone.


  • Hi Kay,

    An interesting article and not badly written! Who helped you with the article or did you get the content from a PLR article? I am just curious if you are using PLR because I sometimes get tired of writing and could use content at times. I found a couple places that have a word or two left out, but over all it was very good.

  • Sissy Moss

    Hi Kay,
    Thanks I enjoyed this information and I think it is going to help me do a webianr for you in the future.
    Sissy Moss
    skype pasquallys_mom ,

  • Marilyn,

    I write my own content. I do use Market Samurai and look at content to get ideas and read articles. I have wrote things for other people using PLR articles. Thanks for the comment.


  • Thanks Sissy, I would love to do a webinar with you in the future. Hope the information does help you.


  • Excellant content and tips on how to give a presentation Kay! Really good tips! I give trainings 5 days a week and they all have PowerPoint presentations. I find it a bit time consuming to make the complicated technical stuff about Skype really easy and simple. However, it is worth it to have people really benefit from my trainings.

    These are very good points and I must make sure I am doing all of them in preparing my trainings, even if it means adding a few more slides.

    Thanks Kay! Ill pin it! and share it too!

  • Thanks Julie. Your presentations are awesome. I make them when I can. You are great teacher. I feel honored that you commented on my post.


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