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Teleseminar Ebooks – a good place to get started in your teleseminar education

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If you are a newbie in the world teleseminars, or even webinars, you will want to get some education on what they are and what you need to have a chance of having your first teleseminar be successful.  One way to do this is to get some of the various ebooks that are out there that give you the basics for teleseminar and webinar strategies.

There aren’t very many ebooks out there that really focus on Teleseminars and Webinars.  I have found a couple and if anyone knows of any others, please post them here as well.

The first one that I have known about for a while now is Teleseminar Basics.  It is an ebook written by Dr. Jeanette Cates and is written for the total newbie.  If you have done teleseminars and are looking for some advanced strategies then this ebook is probably not for you… as the title states.  However, for the newbie, this is a good place to start.

You can check out the Teleseminar ebook here.

Another ebook I’ve found is called Teleseminar Profits by Gavin King that is currently free.  I haven’t had much experience with this ebook as I just got it today, but some of the topics it covers includes the following:

  • Do’s and /dont’s of teleseminars
  • Simple ways to generate an audience
  • Generating money through teleseminars
  • Recording the teleseminar
  • Selling other people’s products

A few other topics as well.  Like I said, it is currently free so check it out if you want to.

There is another ebook that I have the resell rights to called Teleseminars and Webinars.  This ebook discusses the following:

  • Different teleseminar and webinar tools
  • How to get people to join your event
  • How to prepare for the event
  • Profiting from the different methods.
  • some other related topics.

What I’ll do here is go through some of the information on this ebook and discuss it at length on this blog.

These are some of the different teleseminar ebooks that are out there.  I hope this helps

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Publish Date: 03/02/2010 11:54

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Teleseminar Hosting – Checklist For Setting Up a Teleseminar

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This is a great article on what you need to know to give a bang up teleseminar.  IT covers all of the basics.  There are systems you can put in place that can make the process more smooth because many of the functions can be automated.  There are certain necessities that will make a difference in how profitable your teleseminar can be.

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Setting up a teleseminar? Here’s an easy to follow and use checklist that will help you get set up quickly.

1. Decide on your call topic. Before the call set your purpose and goal. Do you want to promote your product or business? Do you want to promote a guest and earn money through affiliate commissions. Know how you will benefit from this call before going any further with your planning.

2. Set up your sign up page. It’s a good idea to have a dedicated page where your teleseminar attendees can sign up. You’ll want to include the following on your teleseminar signup page:

– Compelling headline
– Compelling content
– Add opt-in Form or Order Form
– Opt-In Form or Shopping Cart

3. You’ll want to set up a thank you page. This is the page your attendees will be directed to after signing up or paying (if your teleseminar is for fee). Here is what you should include on the thank you page:

– include call in details
– direct them to website
– upsell?

4. Once your attendees are signed up you then want to send them automatic reminders of the call and call in number. You can do this by preparing and setting up broadcast and autoresponder emails. Here is what to include in the emails:

– Welcome Autoresponder
– Reminder: Call Tomorrow
– Reminder: Call Today
– Follow UP – Provide CALL RECORDING when possible+sales offer
– Follow up – Special offer or other offer

5. Now that you’re all set up you will need to promote your teleseminar in order to get attendees signed up.
Promotions are going to be a very key component to your calls success so don’t skip this step!

– Email to mailing lists
– Email to previous call lists
– Contact affiliates to promote call when appropriate
– Blog about the teleclass
– Post to your website

6. It’s always a good idea to do a little quality control before you roll everything out so here are a couple of items to check on after you’ve completed the initial setup:

– Check Dates are correct on Index & Salespage
– Test autoresponders

Now you have all the steps to setting up a great teleseminar that can deliver quality content to your target audience. Of course you can use this checklist to set up calls on any topic, just make sure that you careful create an informative call that promotes your business, products or services and improves your credibility.

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Publish Date: 03/17/2008 10:11

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How Webcasts Can Increase Your Marketing Reach and Reduce Your Costs

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This article gives you good insight into how to use the power of the internet through webcasts and webinars, to gain valuable market research, reach your market in different ways, and also give you the ability to expand your market.  It is also a great do it once and repeat it over and over again strategy that will allow you to market your expertise in various ways.

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The globalised internet economy has effectively reduced barriers to markets in all parts of the world. It is now possible to converse with partners, suppliers and customers seven days a week, 24 hours a day with practically no time and distance barriers.

As a result conventional methods are no longer sufficient to reach potential customers. Companies must adapt their marketing methods to include communication tools, such as VOIP, opened up by the Internet.
One very powerfull method of reaching customers and prospects is organising regular Web Events in the form of live online presentations and seminars, also called Webcasts or Webinars.

With the technologies that are now available on the Internet, you are now able to present content in a compelling way by using audio, video, animation and graphics. This cannot be matched in any way by printed materials or a phone call.

The advantages are obvious. In comparison to Trade Shows, locally held Training Workshops and Seminars, a Webcast is set up in a shorter time span, with much less reliance on resources and manpower, resulting in a improved cost effectiveness.

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By repeating the Webcast at various dates and times you also allow your prospects and customers to choose a presentation which can better fit their schedules. It will also allow you to reach more potential customers.

A positive side effect, is the use of audio and video recordings to enable you to reach other prospects once the Webcast has been held. By posting the recording on your website, you can further profit from the Webcast. For example, you can use it as an on-demand product to build an opt-in list, improve your customer service or even to generate an additional profit stream.

Now consider the choice you offer your customers and propects. By just comparing having to travel to an event location and waste precious time in traveling, as opposed to attending a Webcast at your own PC, at a time they can choose, the latter choice wins everytime.

This means you are able to reach a targeted audience and interact with a maximum number of people regardless of time zone, location or other restrictions you would have, by traveling or meeting the person face to face. You are able to do this at a fraction of the cost that a normal event would incur.

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At Conferentia, uses VOIP Conference System to host regular Webcasts to show their prospects just how they can use Conferentia to do the same with their own products and services.

They have found that once the Webcast concept is set up, with a little practice, people easily slip into the role of moderator and presenter. Someone who is used to doing live presentations has no problem with the change to using Conferentia.

You can practically take your PowerPoint presentation, generate HTML-files out of it. Put it online and you can use it in your Conferentia VOIP conference room within minutes. You send an e-mail to customers and prospects and can have them attending your Webcast within the first 24 hours.

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Improve Your Offline Sales Efforts With Webinar Training

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This is an interesting article because it looks at looking at how webinars can be use to get valuable market research.  When doing webinar training, don’t think of the webinar as the end result.  Look at it as the middle.  You can set your webinars up to ask questions, see what kinds of questions the participants have, and take advantage of that new information.  Read on for more about how to use the results of your webinar training to even further increase your business.

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In a previous article I talked about the multiple benefits of using webinars in your online business. Now, I want to discuss a model of how marketing webinars can work in your offline business as well. Used correctly, webinar training allows you to identify interested people and concentrate your marketing efforts and dollars on them.

Think about this: if somebody registers for my webinar, well there is a big indicator right there that that person is interested in what I have to say. If they attend my webinar they are even more interested. If they stay on my webinar for sixty minutes, they are really, really interested. The person who stays until the end of the webinar and fills out my exit survey is even more interested.

Anytime I conduct a webinar, there are a number of people who fall into this category. Clearly they are interested in my product but for some reason decided not to buy. Well, once someone has reached all these criteria, these are the people I want to follow up with and really target in my sales efforts.

These are the folks that I want to call personally. These are the people that are worth spending my marketing dollars on and my time pursuing. Is it worth sending direct mail to my entire list? Of course not! I would be in the poor house. I would be sending postcards and bulky mail and making phone calls to people who are really not that interested. What a gross waste of effort it would be to take such a course of action.

However, if I let the webinar do the selection process for me, I hope you can see the potential benefits. With very little effort on my part I have a list of gold, people who I know beyond a shadow of a doubt already have some interest in what I am selling.

Webinar training is a great way to identify interested people, who are interested in your products and services. You know before spending a dime that they are a much better investment than the general public.

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3 Steps To Choosing A Great Teleseminar Service

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With all of the advertising noise you have to get through to get your message heard by your target market, being creative with your marketing message is a requirement and not a choice. Teleseminars allow you to connect with your target market in a way that web pages, audio files and even video can’t do. However, if you are going to connect powerfully to your target audience, then it is imperative to have the features in your teleseminar service that will produce the results you desire. Once you take the simple steps to determine the kind of teleseminar you want to have, you can easily decide which teleseminar service will suit your needs by the features it has.

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Step 1) Determine the Target Market

If your target market is very tech-savvy, then you can choose a service that allows the caller to control some of the functions of the call, such as muting themselves, or adjusting their volume. This is a very small market that deals with callers who are “teleseminar attendee experts.” If your target market consists of individuals that don’t attend teleseminars on a regular basis, you can’t really depend upon your listeners to necessarily mute themselves or control their volume. In this case, you will want a service where you can control these things on your end and don’t have to worry about the sophistication of your audience

Step 2) Determine Your Teleseminar Format

Is your teleseminar going to have guest or will it just be you as the only presenter/host? If you are the only host, then you only need to worry about making sure you are on the call several minutes before the start time. That way, if all the lines are full, you are already on the bridge line.

If you plan to have more than one presenter and you want to make sure all of them are able to call in, then you will want to get a bridge line that doesn’t limit the number of hosts/guest calling no matter how full the teleconference is. In most cases, the hosts, or presenters call in through another phone number than the participants, but that still counts as part of the number of total callers on the teleseminar. If one of your presenters is late, they may not be able to get on the call unless the teleconference service doesn’t limit the number of hosts on the call.

Step 3) Determine If You Need To Record the Call

If you want to record the teleseminar so you can make a product out of the teleseminar, then you will want to have sophisticated recording capabilities. You will need a type of service that will allow you to control the quality of the recording, such as voice and eliminating background noise. This way, you won’t waste your time, or the guests time if there are any guests. You will also want to make sure the recording controls are simple to use and indicate when the conference is being recorded. There is nothing more frustrating than having a great teleseminar only to find out that it was never recorded.

To have a well-run teleclass, you will need a teleseminar service that will support your general needs and help you achieve your goals. In order to select a service that will fit your needs, you will need to know your target market, the type of teleclass you are going to have as well as if you are going to record your teleseminar or not. Once you determine the answers to these three main steps, you can begin the process of choosing a teleseminar service that will truly serve your needs. The catch is to choose one that can meet ALL of your needs!

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