Teleseminars have become the easiest way for you to communicate with your target market. I discussed this in my previous post about my 5 pronged approach. Allowing people to hear your voice is extremely powerful. This is a form of public speaking, so it enables you to build your credibility by sharing your knowledge and expertise in your field with your listeners. When you record your teleseminars you are also creating a product that can be sold in the future.
I started using teleseminars to teach in 2006, but it wasn’t until I took Alex Mandossian’s training a year later that I changed my strategy with this. Within a month of learning his techniques I had doubled my online income. I was the sold on teleseminars and continue to hold them on a regular basis.
Before you hold your call, be sure to make an outline of what you will talk about and include in your presentation. You can be very detailed in your outline, or keep it more informal with some talking points. The better you prepare, the more your audience will take away with them. In the beginning you may want to practice your talk before you give it live on a call.
Include your audience in your teleseminar. Ask them to take notes, click on a link to visit a website, or take some other type of action while they are listening to you. Also, ask for questions and determine how you will receive and answer those questions. The bridge line you use may have a way for attendees to type in their questions so you can see them. Call them by their first name to remind them that you are answering the question they asked specifically.
Speaking on a teleseminar to your prospects is the next best thing to delivering your information in person, so take advantage of this method of marketing yourself on the internet.