If you're one of those guys who use PowerPoint's Smart Art options to create a funnel infographic, then it's time to stop.
Truthfully? Those things are so ugly that they make onions weep.
Why not up your PowerPoint game a little bit and make a funnel infographic doesn't look like crap?
I mean, just look at this.
Is the slide above really what you want your audience to know you for?
Smart Art funnels are terrible. It’s time for you to really focus on different design components that can take a funnel and turn it into something great.
And as always, I’m here to help.
I’m going to teach you how to create a funnel in PowerPoint (oh, and it doesn’t suck).
I usually make my tutorials so easy that a four-year-old can do them, but this tutorial is a little bit intimidating. There’s just a lot of customized shapes that have to be made in order to make this slide fit its purpose.
It’s not too much to worry about though — if you follow the steps in the video to the letter, you should be able to get a good grasp of things. Watch everything in action below.
The video will teach you how to:
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A funnel graphic like this is usually used when you want to describe how somethings transforms into something else.
For example, Marketing folks may want to use this funnel to describe the process that customers go through when purchasing a company's products.
Possibilities are endless, but one thing's for sure.
You'll never have to Google "cool PowerPoint funnel templates" ever again. You can make your own funnel graphic that dazzles!
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