Impress Your Audience


Impress Your Audience: Online Resources For Presentations Creation

Presentations are a key piece in the education and business puzzle. In the nowadays world, every person needs to make a presentation at least once in their life. This is not an easy task and it is exactly because there are plenty of online options to make the whole process much easier. Of course, one has to be careful when choosing the right option for making a successful and educational presentation.

How to choose? Well, there are many good reasons to be taken into consideration when choosing an application for creating a presentation, among which the most crucial are the cost, data storage and flexibility.

Not long ago, we looked at 21 presentation options for teachers. Here are 10 more presentation software tools to help you in creating your future slides:

  1. Prezi

Prezi is a great tool for presentation creation. This is online, free to use software that can be reached with a simple sign up. Additionally, there is a feature that allows group work on a single presentation, done at the same time. The only disadvantage with the free option is that all presentations go public and if one wants to use it for work or wants to have more privacy, they would have to upgrade it to some of the paid premium plans.

  1. Google Slides

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Google Slides is our second choice of online presentation tools, where you can store everything on the web in Google Drive. In structure, it seems to be quite similar to PowerPoint so it should be familiar and simpler to use at the same time. It also gives the advantage of working in real time with others and is completely free.


  3. Keynote for iCloud  

Keynote is an application for slideshows and presentation and is currently the biggest rival to Microsoft’s PowerPoint. Use this software if you wish to create a presentation straight from a browser and out of a choice of 12 themes. The desktop version has more themes available than this version, but all of them are customizable. Additionally, if you already have a presentation that was created on the desktop, you can continue using it within the iCloud version too.

  1. Piktochart

Piktochart is an online tool for creating reports, presentation and infographics. The program is easy to use and the best thing that it shows how infographics could be versatile for a project and how you can use them more effectively.

5. Glogster Edu


Glogster Edu is online software that gives users the opportunity to make a rich presentation with media, text, videos and images. This is an amazing tool that allows its users to create tremendous multimedia posters and share information and opinions. Additionally, Glogster EDU offers free accounts for teachers and students, with the opportunity to register up to 100 students under one teacher’s account. There is also a premium version that offers better conditions.

  1. Slides

Slides is a free cloud based software for presentation creation. The user has offline access for editing and presenting, everything is synchronized once again when you connect to the web. This program can be accessed from any device and is completely free for use.

  1. Projeqt

Projeqt is a dynamic platform for presentations. This free to use software helps the user create presentations from scratch and do this efficiently. Additionally, you can use this program to link as many presentations as you like.

  1. SlideDog    

This presentation software has been specifically built for already made presentations. The main idea behind the software is to use media files from an existing presentation in order to create a playlist and present it to an audience.

 9.   Moovly

Moovly can help you easily create animated multimedia content like presentations, videos, e-cards and other animations. There is a rich library of different styled objects and users are also able to download this content on platforms, such as YouTube. There is a good free version, but also premium licenses for purchase.

  1. Zoho  


Zoho CRM is a great choice for those small businesses that want to create presentations for a low price. Its features are free for a trial period of 15 days, but are still relatively affordable after. It is rich with its time-saving design, dynamic reporting and mobile access options.

Presentation software is a very good assistant when it comes to sharing information and out of the many options to choose from, we have picked out the ones with the most advantages for you to choose from. Clarity of information and design is a job of the presenter, but doing it in software that gives you more choices and is easier to use can help the process greatly. Take a look at the above mentioned software for presentation and find the right one to help you with your future presentations!


Author’s bio: Karen Dikson is a college instructor and creative writer at EduGeeksClub. She loves teaching as much as she loves helping her students succeed and achieve their goals.