Slideshare of the Day: Asking The Right Questions Wins via @EQList

I made this deck for my post on EqList – THE LOVE CONNECTION : SIX KEY Questions to Create Content People will Love. I’m a huge fan of EQList’s approach. Sometimes you need to do the work and find the answers. A guide to ask the right questions is highly valuable. If you read the posts on EQList they follow a very unique formula. It’s all about asking questions and not answering them. Experts can help you by guiding you ask the right questions. I know I’ve found it hard to write posts in this format, but a worthy endeavour. Casudi is a long standing friend and she asked me to create a deck to answer 6 key questions about how to create content that people will love. I followed Casudi’s formula and here’s what we produced:

I got a lot of feedback in the design process for these slide. A special thanks goes out to Barry Feldman, who reviewed my slides and suggested a new title and title page. Barry asked me two great questions. “What’s your point? What’s the takeaway?”. As I tried to answer he skyped back the new title.
There’s my point. Experts know the question(s) to ask. Answers to the right questions create movement and progress. Tonight I just saw this tweet.

‘THE LOVE CONNECTION: How to create content people feel passiona…’ by @nickkellet is the SlideShare of the day. http://t.co/S0tMM52NHH — SlideShare Today (@SlideShareToday) October 17, 2013

That’s pretty cool. I’ve had that once before. Getting exposure on Slideshare’s home page is something that can really give your content a flying start. So I thought I’d write this post to support EqList and to explain their formula. In a world of crowded me too blogs it’s a pleasure to see someone saying something unique. What’s more is Casudi is guiding her guest post writers to follow a formula. It took me a while to get it, but it’s an worthwhile endeavour. I know from the feedback that Casudi receives that people are finding this valuable. Enjoy. Thanks Slideshare for promoting this idea. Image Credit via gebala and Flickr and Creative Commons.

NIck Kellet (130 Posts)

Nick’s ventures range from a visual segmentation tool sold to SAP, to an award winning board game. Today, Nick is co-founder of Listly, raising the profile of lists to be on par with Slideshare & YouTube.