Adding Audio to Google Slides

You may ask yourself “why write about Google Slides on a website about WordPress,” and who can blame you?(1)You may also ask yourself “well, how did I get here?” If you’re David Byrne, that is. I have two reasons – first, my nephew asked me how to do this for a school assignment he’s working on and I like recycling content; and second, because it’s not a bad way to repurpose your own content for use on your site. Keeping in mind that people have short attention spans, you should limit the presentation to just enough info to get your point across. Follow it up with a keyword-rich post for those who take the time to read things and you’ll have some new, quality content for your site.

Plus, I was looking for a reason to do this and Dylan dropped one right in my lap on a lazy Saturday. So here ’tis!

 

(If you wonder whether I actually embedded audio in this presentation, yes. Yes I did. It’s on slide 11.)

Asides   [ + ]

1. You may also ask yourself “well, how did I get here?” If you’re David Byrne, that is.

stuff we dig

FYI: yes, the above are affiliate links, so we do make a small amount of money if you follow them over and buy what they're selling. Thank you for helping pay our hosting costs!

Posted in

Dave Kuhar

Dave is the jack-of-all-trades running Transmit Studio, a media creation lab in San Jose. He's built more websites than he can remember, well over a hundred of them on WordPress. Whether it's tradeshow booths, video/TV, graphic design, presentations, magazine, tearsheet, and catalog layout, corporate identity packages, or just about any other kind of visual communication project, he's worked on it!

Leave a Comment