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Tell A Story in 30 Slides: SlideShare Contest

SlideShare announced the very interesting Tell A Story in 30 Slides contest that invites participants to submit a story about themselves, their travels, or something they love. Just tell it with words and pictures and in 30 slides.

Everyone who enters the contest gets a free Fuze Meeting account ($270 value). Learn more about how to enter contest here…



Jonathan Boutelle
of SlideShare adds: “We launched a new contest yesterday that will be of interest to your readers. The theme is “tell a story”, and the top prize is $5000. The judges include Om Malik, Pete Cashmere (Mashable), Ann Handley, Don Tapscott, and Tony Hsieh (Zappos). There’s already some really nice entries up, and I think the theme is going to elicit some very interesting work this time (PowerPoint as narrative device).

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