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July 17, 2019
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Whether you're pitching a product to potential investors or just walking your boss through last quarter's earnings, chances are you're going to create a slideshow presentation at some point in your professional life. And, while just about anyone can slap together a decent presentation that gets your point across, not everyone knows how to make one that actually wins your audience over.

Rather than waste the better part of an afternoon tinkering in PowerPoint, you should consider using Slideshop. Giving users access to a massive library of more than 15,000 slide templates, Slideshop makes it easy to add infographics, charts, and simply better-looking slides to your presentations, saving you time and upping the quality of your slideshows. Lifetime subscriptions are on sale for only $40 today.

Slideshop is used by the likes of Siemens, Samsung, Deloitte, Nike, AT&T, IBM and L'Oreal, netting its users presentation template slides for PowerPoint, Keynote and Google Slides. The service features modern designs, unlimited downloads and an intuitive editing process so you can create your presentations even faster. Whether you're outlining a project or pitching an idea, Slideshop has pro-level visuals that can win your audience over.

While a lifetime subscription to Slideshop usually retails for $2,940, you can sign up today for only $40, saving more than 90 percent off the normal price.

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