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sli.do brings audience engagement to Prezi

sli.do, the award-winning audience interaction platform, has announced that it has launched a direct integration with Prezi, the cloud-based (SaaS) presentation software and storytelling tool for presenting ideas on a virtual canvas.

sli.do for Prezi now allows presenters to engage their audience with live polls and questions right from within their Prezi presentation. Presenters can also include Tweets with the event #hashtag into their presentation.

According to Nathan Gold, the founder of The Demo Coach and one of the top Prezi users, "sli.do for Prezi is a simple and elegant way to interact with your audience. I am confident that any Prezi presenter will want to take a look at it."

sli.do for Prezi tackles the age-old problem of poor interaction between the presenter and the audience. Research indicates that a staggering 74 percent of adults fear public speaking and therefore many of the best questions and comments never get shared. As a result, three-quarters of the audience might feel ignored and speakers are left with less than an accurate picture of what the audience members really think.

sli.do democratises audience interaction by allowing everyone to easily ask their questions and vote for the best ones. Participants can also anonymously express their opinion in live polls. The seamless integration with Prezi provides speakers with an effective way to captivate their audience without disrupting their presentation flow.

“sli.do for Prezi changes the way people present by making the audience an active part of the presentation,” said Peter Komornik, CEO of sli.do. “By tearing down the wall between speakers and the audience, sli.do helps speakers turn what used to be a one-way communication into a relevant dialogue that increases the impact of their presentation.”

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