<< by Renee Revetta on February 25th, 2011
A few weeks ago, Mark Browner did a webinar about Google AdWords Editor. As usual, we shared the recording on SlideShare. However, this time we decided to upload the recording in 3 different formats: regular slides, slides with audio (Slidecast) and a video. With the same amount of promotion, 3 weeks after the webinar I checked up on the stats. I was curious whether people would want the audio if possible, or just want to quickly browse the slides. Although I get much more out of slides when I hear the associated audio, I can also see how people might not have enough time to dedicate to the entire recording. So did the formats with audio perform best, or did the classic SlideShare presentation format win?