Infographic: Presentations with 1-20 slides get read the most

Don’t cram a lot of data into your presentation because you think your audience will read it later. They won’t.

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If you cram a lot of detail and data into your slides and expect your audience to absorb it later when you circulate your presentation, beware.

A new infographic from Sales Crunch zeroes in on just how many of your slides people read after the presentation. The takeaway? People read presentations with fewer slides more than long ones, and for longer periods of time.

I’ve excerpted that part of the infographic below. (A deck is defined as content such as a slideshow, presentation, proposal or contract.)

Here are the numbers to know:

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