seoslides allows content creators everywhere to capture, captivate and convert leads.
Tampa Bay, Fla. – September 17, 2013 – Every day entrepreneurs, experts and marketers give away their online content, just to pay to get their own customers back. Alorum has built a solution that allows these users to own and control both their content and leads, all the way through the acquisition funnel, including those originated offline.
Using Alorum’s free WordPress plugin, seoslides, users can simply create or import any presentation directly in their own website. The seoslides plugin represents the first fully embeddable, multi-page content on WordPress. Where current posts and pages are stand-alone pages, your presentations will be composed of slides that are each a page, with SEO optimizable notes. Since the content is owned, there are no restrictions on media – users can place live links in any slide, add videos, or even reorder their decks on the fly. When published, presentations appear native, regardless of browser or device, including swiping through slides from a mobile phone.
Alorum is also offering a presentation sharing community, http://seoslid.es, to which users can embed directly from their own WordPress site. Given the WordPress community is multiples larger than the current slide sharing community, backlinks and customer discovery on seoslid.es will quickly become a tremendously valuable resource for users’ embedded content.
The concept for seoslides is Alorum’s attempt to scratch their own itch. Having spent seven years building WordPress sites for their clients, the top struggle reported was customer acquisition. Large content aggregation sites promised leads, yet mostly collected fees while providing little value.
After raising a $191,500 seed round, including from seed stage fund Gazelle Lab, Alorum worked closely with 10up, the team behind TechCrunch.com, 9to5mac.com and dozens of WordPress plugins, to build an enterprise-quality plugin being launched today in beta.
Learn more, and download the plugin now at http://seoslides.com.
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For more information about Alorum (http://alorum.com/press), the seoslides plugin (http://seoslides.com), or the seoslid.es community (http://seoslid.es) please contact Daniel James Scott at 727-324-9579 or email@example.com.