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Hubspot Integrations

Lucas Smith
September 19, 2022

Hubspot Integrations

Enable your sales, marketing, and customer on boarding, and presentation design teams to synchronize their workflows by using HubSpot Integrations with Slidecast. Sales and marketing data usually contain the key information for clearly identifying a customer’s pain points and being able to engage them with a marketing message that resonates. When your different teams aren’t completely in sync with their work, you miss sales opportunities due to incomplete information and the delays from having to communicate that information between teams.

Lucas Smith

September 19, 2022
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  1. Delivering a
    successful
    presentation is hard
    work. And delivering
    one that closes a
    deal? That’s even
    harder.

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  2. Depending on how you deliver presentations, you may be able to
    collect some of the metrics we’re about to explore. With Slidecast,
    all of this data is collected for you and can be easily accessed
    through the Slidecast analytics dashboard.
    The salesperson may never know if their prospect even opens the
    presentation. Now imagine there was a way to get that data, plus
    information about how much time your prospect spent with the
    presentation, which slides were viewed, and how much time they
    spent with each slide.
    Whether you’re a marketer who is creating presentations or a sales
    leader using presentations to close a deal, this data can help you
    get better results.
    Today, teams deliver most
    presentations digitally.


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  3. Depending on how you deliver presentations, you may be able to
    collect some of the metrics we’re about to explore. With Slidecast,
    all of this data is collected for you and can be easily accessed
    through the Slidecast analytics dashboard.
    The salesperson may never know if their prospect even opens the
    presentation. Now imagine there was a way to get that data, plus
    information about how much time your prospect spent with the
    presentation, which slides were viewed, and how much time they
    spent with each slide.
    Whether you’re a marketer who is creating presentations or a sales
    leader using presentations to close a deal, this data can help you
    get better results.
    Today, teams deliver most
    presentations digitally.


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  4. The Basics:
    Metrics to
    Measure
    Presentation
    Success
    A presentation can only be effective if it’s being seen.
    Sales leaders need to know how many presentations are being delivered by
    each of their sales team members. This is a basic way to measure productivity.
    It can be a basis for incentive rewards or a signal that coaching needs to be
    provided to team members with low productivity.
    For the marketing team, the number of views helps indicate interest in the
    topic presented and the impact of brand messaging. If a presentation is
    delivered digitally, this information is not hard to obtain, but only tells part of
    the story.
    If people are not viewing a presentation once it’s delivered, it could signal that
    you have the wrong audience, or that your message is off the mark and needs
    to be adjusted to better engage your audience.
    In the Slidecast analytics dashboard, you can track how many times each
    presentation is viewed.
    A number of views.
    Step 1

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  5. The Basics:
    Metrics to
    Measure
    Presentation
    Success
    If your audience is viewing your presentation, it’s important to
    know how much time they are spending with it. This metric is
    critical because the more time they spend viewing your
    presentation, the more likely they are engaged in what you
    have to say. Getting customers to engage with your message is
    critical to reaching your sales goals.
    Slidecast lets you view the average and total length of time
    spent viewing your presentation.
    Time spent viewing overall presentation.
    Step 2

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  6. The Slidecast dashboard includes detailed analytics that shows you how
    individual contacts interact with your presentation, including how much
    time is spent on each slide. Now you have access to valuable data that
    tells you which slides are capturing the interest of each viewer and
    where they are engaging or disengaging during the presentation.
    Imagine how your sales team will use this intelligence as they build their
    relationships with their clients.
    If you integrate Slidecast with a platform like Hubspot Integrations that
    facilitates automation, you can trigger follow-up activities with no extra
    effort by your sales team. Each slide viewed can trigger a specific
    automated follow-up, whether it be an email to the contact or the
    assignment of a task to a sales team member.
    Going Deeper with Slidecast: Individual
    Engagement


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  7. Just imagine how your team can use the information
    Slidecast provides. Your sales team can mine intelligence
    about how each prospect engages with the information
    they’ve provided.
    You can also use this information to automate follow-up
    messaging and task assignments that will make your team
    more productive and efficient.
    Is your team ready to start engaging instantly and sharing
    seamlessly? Let us show you how easy it is to create, send,
    and track impactful pitches, presentations, and product
    demos with Slidecast today!
    How to get Started

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  8. Do you have
    any questions?
    If any Kindly
    Visit: Slidecast
    Content Source: https://slidecast.com/delivering-a-successful-presentation/

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