Operational marketing incorporates various processes and topics you may need to coordinate and present, like project calendars, analytics, funnels, survey results, etc. Visual aids will help you illustrate this information effectively, and make your slides less wordy and more fun to look at.
Whether you’re looking for inspiration or already have a clear idea and need to prepare slides, consider some of the operational marketing decks we’ve recommended here.
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Do you have an upcoming marketing strategy presentation to prepare? The area of marketing and promotion incorporates various activities that you may need to present. Using PowerPoint infographics instead of text blocks will help to translate your ideas into visual form and illustrate marketing topics better.
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For a company looking to sell a food or nutrition product, what you need is a food sell sheet one-pager that showcases all the product’s features. It will help you present your product in an elegant and visually appealing manner.
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Are you presenting an action plan that outlines the necessary steps to succeed in a new market? If you need to convince the management board, investors, or other stakeholders, to enter the new marketplace, having a concisely presented go-to-market strategy can help a lot.
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Do you struggle to present your market analyses? It is often challenging to share and explain business trends. Charts, tables, and graphs you can build in PowerPoint are often unattractive and confusing. This is because, for many of us, design and being artistic are not easy. If you would like to see how you can create an engaging and unique business trend presentation using radar charts, keep reading and get inspired!
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Do you struggle to make your informative presentations interesting and engaging? If you need to share industry trends, survey results, or anything which can be divided into categories, consider using radial diagrams. Even an organizational structure can be explained using radial diagrams. These graphics, also known as radial charts, are perfect for situations where you’re tempted to use repetitive, default pie chart graphics. Using beautiful, consistent diagrams and icons throughout your presentation will help your audience understand your findings or message in a creative way.
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Do you need to illustrate the idea of interpersonal communication or feedback in your presentation? Check the following article to get some ideas on how to express the communication concept visually. Such symbols will help you avoid boring slides look and you’ll be able to underline your main ideas with fewer texts and figures.
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If you work on a presentation where you want to illustrate a project concept, you may want to underline it by a simple readable illustration. We have collected a bunch of visual metaphors expressing ideas of the project, that you can add to your PPT slides or any other document.
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The pirate funnel is great for measuring and presenting the effectiveness of your customer funnel. Another name for the pirate funnel is the AARRR framework. Have you heard of it? It’s an analysis tool helpful for measuring every step of the customer journey and identifies leaks and potential loopholes.
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Do you need to report survey results? If your next presentation will feature polls, evaluating poll results, or other data analysis consider how you’ll present that information.
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