Many PowerPoint users get confused with arising question “Should We Write Headlines For Every PowerPoint Slide?”. Let’s find out what we should write at the very top of our PowerPoint slides in a separate box which says “Click to add title”. In fact, we should not write titles for every PowerPoint slide, but rather headlines.
What is a headline? The definition is simple: a headline is a so-called summary of your main message. With the help of such a headline you want your future audience to understand the content from this particular PowerPoint slide. The headline on every PowerPoint slide forces a presenter to remain as clear on his message as possible. Also a headline will help you to stick to a single message per PowerPoint slide. Most PowerPoint presenters find it very convenient as they get across with a single message which is in priority. Once you have transmitted your message or point, you can move to the next PowerPoint slide.
As you can see, it makes sense to write headlines instead of slide titles. This is a very professional and efficient advice we can give you in order to deliver a professional PowerPoint presentation.