Google Slideshows are a power and mostly free way to create a fast, good looking presentation.
When all you really have to do is fine-tune your Google Slideshows presentation that already has existing text content, the main thing you will want to focus on is what graphic images and photos to use. In fact, you will spend most of your time picking and choosing the right one!
Because choosing the right graphic or image takes the bulk of your time, we will focus on a few things that should be in the forefront when completing this task, so you minimize your research time.
First, know your audience. Are they consumers? Industry professionals? Both? What brings them together?
When searching for stock photography you want to make your decisions based on predetermined conditions, not by simply browsing in different directions. This will help with your images being gripping, captivating and most importantly, familiar.
This brings us to our Second Point. Authenticity is where it’s at. Don’t congregate a bunch of different images that don’t tell a story. It will only deflect the attention and make the reader wonder off.
Lastly, unless you’re using free stock photos, you will have to make sure that you’ve got the rights to use any image before adding it to your Google Drive slideshow. Royalty-Free stock photos are much more affordable these days, and frankly, much more authentic. Just take a look at our collections. 🙂 And here is some instant inspiration for your Google Slideshows.