I’ve got twenty of my presentations up on Slideshare. My most popular presentation of the year was Social Networking: The Next Weapon Against Bad Actors, which is about how social networking technologies can be leveraged to assist in cyber security. I first presented this at the government’s GFIRST Cyber Security Conference.
My second most popular presentation was 21st Century Writer. This one discusses changes in the publishing industry brought on by the advent of electronic books.
To date, my presentations on Slideshare.net have generated more than 82K page views. Check out the link, or go to this site’s Presentations page to find out more about my online content.
I was just notified that I was one of the Top 2% Most Viewed for 2013 on SlideShare. I have a total of 19 presentations posted online, and they’ve been generating some great traffic all year.
I regularly release all of my presentations on SlideShare.net. To date, my presentations have been viewed over 74,046 times. Today, I thought I’d share my Top 5 List with you:
- Leveraging Rails to Build Facebook Apps
17,622 views (in two versions of the presentation)
- Creating Dynamic Charts with JFreeChart
- Creating a World-Class RESTful Web Services API
- Rails and the Apache SOLR Search Engine
- Creating Custom Charts with Ruby Vector Graphics
My runner-up for the Top 5 List is Killer Business Models, with 3,956 views.
I’m gratified at the level of exposure that SlideShare.net has been able to provide for my 19 released presentations. I look forward to releasing many more presentations online in the future.
I uploaded the slides for my Killer Business Models talk to Slideshare.net last week. I was extremely gratified today when I learned that they chose my presentation to be a featured selection on their Home page.
Started to get all of the KeenerTech.com presentations online via SlideShare, but they seem to be down for the count. All major functionality (uploads, etc.) seems to be down except for, fortunately, support for embedded presentations. You’d think they’d have some sort of contingency plan in effect or some kind of staff notification feature.