Allowing your prospects to hear your voice is the next best thing to meeting them in person. When you think about this it makes perfect sense. Working on the Internet takes you away from meeting people in person most of the time, so you are seen as being a one-dimensional force through your articles, blog posts, emails, and social media interactions. Adding teleseminars sets you apart from the others so that you will be more memorable for what you have to offer others.
If you have never done this before, start slowly to get the feel of what it is like to present information to others. You will want to practice without having anyone on the line. I like to prepare a short outline, one to three pages in length, so that I know what information and resources I will be sharing during the call.
Speak slowly on your calls so that listeners will be able to understand every word you say. Also, you may want to prepare a short handout with information they can download. Be sure to include your contact information on each page so that people will be able to reach you in the future. At the end of your handout include a call to action so that your prospects will have the opportunity to connect with you in your business.
Teleseminars may also be packaged together to sell later on. For three years in a row I created a best of series that I sold to people who had not been on my calls in the past. This generated many thousands of dollars in revenue and helped me to build my credibility with a new group of people. You can hear my latest teleseminar here.