Free Haiku Deck Template To Help You To Create An “About Me” Deck

From a recent post about “About Me” Haiku Decks:

I’m a huge fan of Haiku Deck, the presentation app which used to be available only on the iPad, but is now available for the Web too.

If you want to create your own About Me deck, here’s a free template from Haiku Deck to get  you started…

Clever: Create a Fast and Easy “About me” Haiku Deck Presentation

Clever: Create a Fast and Easy “About me” Haiku Deck Presentation

I’m a huge fan of Haiku Deck, the presentation app which used to be available only on the iPad, but is now available for the Web too.

Yesterday I was browsing Pinterest, and came across a board of “About Me” Haiku Decks. What a clever idea! You can create a deck like this in minutes, to inspire yourself, and others.

I especially enjoyed Stephanie S. Bell’s deck. She’s used a wonderful mix of images, and just enough text.

Explore decks, and then create your own. You can pin your deck, and embed it on your website or blog too.

If you wish, you can post your deck to Slideshare with just a couple of clicks:

Type in your SlideShare username and password, click “SHARE,” and a PDF of your deck will be automatically uploaded to your Slideshare profile.

You can then click through to your deck on SlideShare to add a description, tags, and category, all of which help your great ideas get discovered.

Energize your blog’s archive with short presentations

Yesterday, we discussed energizing your blog’s content:

Energize your blog’s content by updating it regularly. Add “Update my blog!” to your calendar program. Then, once a week, or once a month, update a blog post or two. It’s amazing how easily your content can become slightly out of date.

Why not summarize a blog post’s information with a slide deck, and embed the deck on the post? You’ll be drawing attention to valuable content on your blog.

Have fun creating decks; I’ll be creating my own About Me deck.

If you create an About Me deck, please post a link to your deck in the Comments. I’d love to see what you create and get to know you. :-)
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All About You: Create Profile Pages

No website? I wrote about making money without a website on my freelance writing blog, and received questions about about.me — a site which lets you create profile pages. Here’s my about.me page as an example.

If you’re an entrepreneur or small business person, you can create several profiles to target various audiences.