Decorative Presentation Pocket Folders Vs Simple Pocket Presentation Folders

Below are the differences between decorative presentation pocket folders and simple presentation pocket folders.

Decorative Presentation Pocket Folders

  • More rich in design hence catch more attention of client
  • More expensive as customization is involved
  • Can be customized in different die cut shapes of the panels to give it a custom shape
  • Different kinds of finishing are applied to give the rich design more attraction
  • Spot UV coating is one of the major feature of the decorative company folders and gives a nice effect to the rich full color design
  • Full color printing on both sides to give more space to your message. Inside printing can be useful and present more information about your businesses while customer is opening and checking stuff inside two pocket folders
  • Sand effect is also a great effect used in decorative folders, it actually gives the effect of sand while seeing it and touching it
  • Glow in the dark ink is also used in decorative two panel folders to give them the real active look for which two pocket folders speaks for itself
  • Hexachrome printing method is used in decorative folders to give more accurate and rich color printing. Hexachrome printing is done using 6 process colors and is more advanced than the conventional 4 color process printing
  • Metalized card stock and metallic inks and also panatone colors are used to give decorative presentation pocket folders the look you want to deliver to your clients

Simple Pocket Presentation Folders

  • Simple in design and colors
  • Cost effective as no customization is involved
  • All the panels are simple rectangular and is of regular 9″x12″ folder die
  • Regular matte or glossy finish / lamination is used
  • Because of the cost effective solution only flood UV coating is used
  • one, two or three color printing is used only on the outside of the presentation folders. Also printing is not done up to the bleeds of the folder
  • No special effects are used due to cost effectiveness
  • Regular CMYK process color inks are used to reduce the cost
  • No panatone or special inks are used

How to Convert a PowerPoint Presentation Into an Animoto Video

Most people know how to create a PowerPoint presentation, but many don’t realize that the same presentation can easily be converted into an Animoto video, which can be posted on YouTube and used as a source of video marketing. The following information will identify how this is easily accomplished.

When creating a PowerPoint file I would recommend keeping it small and concise (no more than 12 slides) and ensure your font is fairly large so that it is easily read when the video is being watched. Once you have finished your PowerPoint, save it as a.ppt file (nothing special here–just need to have a copy of it on your computer).

What we are going to do now is to save each slide of our PowerPoint as an image–the easy way. Create a folder on your desktop where your images can be saved. Open your PowerPoint file and then go to File>Save As>Other Formats or in the File>Save As dialog box choose GIF Graphics Interchange Format (*.gif).

Note: Make sure you are saving the *.gifs into the folder created earlier.

Click the Save button in PowerPoint and the images will be saved inside the folder that you created–you will now have 10-12 images saved.

If you haven’t already, create a free account on Animoto. Choose to create a video on Animoto, select a free background. A preview of the background will display. Click the link that says, “make a 30-second video for free.” You only need a free video to use, but you can pay if you would like a longer video.

The video interface will display. Click the Upload Images button and point it to the folder where you saved your PowerPoint *.gif images. You may need to adjust the arrangement of your images in Animoto–you can even add slides, if necessary. Select or upload the music for your video.

Click the Finalize button and you will be given the opportunity to enter information about your video.This is where you can enter SEO terms and other variables to help your video to be used for video marketing. Once finished click the Create Video button. Once the video has been created you can choose to export the video to YouTube. Once in YouTube you can add additional information useful for SEO and video marketing.

All in all, this process takes 5 minutes or less, but is very effective. For help with this or for more information, please feel free to visit our website or send us an email.

Internet Marketing – The Importance of Presentation

One of the most important aspects of internet marketing has to be presentation. Your website must at all times look professional. As must all your correspondence with your clients. This is the image and impression you must seek to convey to all who visit your site and join your list.

It must be appropriate for your target market. If it is aimed at teenage girls, think pink, If it is aimed at the black magic market, Black, strangely enough. If your market is self improvement consider something calming like blue.

Colours and graphics are a major part of any website and go a long way to determining if someone will stay on the site or just click away. They should not be too bright or garish to the point where they hurt your eyes. Use animated gif files sparingly they can be a distraction. If you want to use them consider putting them on a page after your squeeze page, once you have acquired the prospects email address.

Text needs to be clear and easily read and understood. Consider which is the smallest text size you should use for ease of reading. Don’t change styles and fonts at every opportunity. Your text colour should be coordinated with the background colour to ensure good readability by the viewer. Remember there are numerous people out there that do not have 20/20 vision and you don’t want them struggling to read your words through lots of colours. And there are of course many people out there who suffer from colour blindness. This does not necessarily mean that they cannot see colours but that they have difficulty differentiating between similar colour tones and hues.

Your text needs to also be well laid out. Crammed together text screams the word “cheap” and should be avoided at all costs. You need to put plenty of white space in between lines. Strangely enough space sells! When anything written is not spaced correctly and sits there like a lump of letters on the page it looks sometimes as almost unassailable to the reader and they are very likely to click away and onto someone else’s web page. Try and cater for all the types and ages of readership that might be interested in your site from the young to the senior citizens, who, are becoming more internet wise as time goes by.

Finally, use pictures and graphics to illustrate points that you are trying to convey in the text. They must be appropriate to the text and improve on peoples understanding of what you are trying to relate on your web page. Ensure that the text and picture are positioned in such a way as not to cause confusion between one image and another. There is a saying that “a picture can paint a thousand words.” With today’s photo editing software you can probably get them to paint double that.