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One of the easiest ways to grow your list and your expert status is to interview others. Michele A. Scism shares some tips to get started and get those first few experts on the calls.
When you are launching a new program, you may consider kicking it off with a free, introductory call to get people interested and registered. But how do you get people to register for that free call? Fabienne Fredrickson shares seven ways to find clients for a successful kick off.
Teleclasses are a wonderful solution to reaching more of your fanbase but many business owners don’t know how to deliver or create profit from them. These stumbling blocks and the steps involved in executing them prevent many people from doing them. Jeannie Spiro shares some of her best tips for creating and delivering successful and profitable Teleclasses.
Have you started doing free teleclasses yet? This can be such a powerful method to accomplish two important goals. First, free teleclasses will help build and grow your list. The second goal with free teleclasses is to convert some of the attendees into paying clients. Fabienne Fredrickson provides steps you can use in order to achieve these goals.
Creating teleseminars and webinars is one of the best ways to grow your list. Michele Scism explains the basic steps her team uses to set up and promote a teleseminar.
Are you building a business and in the process of attracting new clients? If you are, one very effective marketing tool to consider is the free teleclass. Fabienne Fredrickson lists 6 big reasons why this marketing method works so well to generate leads.
Fabienne Frederickson provides strategies on how you can build your contact list by offering your own series of free teleclasses.
If you are working on building your list, Fabienne Fredrickson explains how organizing a compelling Telesummit can quickly bring in hundreds of new contacts for your database.
While virtual learning is a fantastic way to improve how you run your business, the challenge is maximizing your learning when you have so many other distractions pulling at you and nobody to really “see” that you aren’t paying full attention to the program. No matter how convenient or low cost the training. Rather than wasting your most precious and non-renewable resource – time – take a more conscious approach to virtual programs with these strategies for maximizing your learning.
Here’s the scenario – you book a workshop at a local community center for four weeks from now. You rush home, call your mom in excitement, and then immediately begin working on your workshop content. Then you get to the event. One person walks in. Then another. And then another. But then it stops. There are four people in the room. It just wasn’t worth spending all that time preparing only to speak to 4 people. So what’s the trick to fill your room?
In private, candid conversations many entrepreneurs and service professionals share with me that what they really want is to make a difference in the world by sharing with others what they have learned about life and business. But instead of starting right now, they postpone doing this until some undefined time in the future! And instead of using their knowledge as an Attraction Tool™ and help more people at the same time they keep chasing crummy tactic of the day ending up disappointed with their results, tired, and often broke! Big mistake! For three reasons.
I hold teleseminars regularly, usually about once a month. I remember being anxious planning my very first free one, wondering how successful it would be. Imagine my joy when I had almost 90 people end up registering for it! Since then, I’ve found teleseminars to be some of the easiest and quickest money I’ve made in my business.
Hosting your own teleclass for the first time (or even the second or third time) can be very nerve-wracking. Over the years I've developed my own Dos and Don'ts for when it comes to delivering my content. Read on for some great tips to shorten your own learning curve.
Women think that building a “big” small business has to be complicated. Not so. You can easily build a successful service-based business using just the telephone and a few simple web pages.
Kendall routinely attracts several thousand people to her teleclasses. Here are her personal tips on how you, too, can use this ultra convenient way of marketing your business to help you accelerate your results.
You’ve got your registration page all set up, the bridge line booked, and have invited your list to attend your free teleclass ... now you need to get people to sign up for your event. Today I’d like to share with you five ways in which you can significantly increase attendance for your free teleclass.
If you've been thinking of hosting your own teleclass, but the fear of the unknown is holding you back, read on for my 7 easy steps to getting your own teleclass up and running!
Putting together a teleclass can be a great marketing tool to use to bring you and your business more exposure. It can be a lot easier to do than you might think as long as you have the right tools and tips.
Basically, there are two things that must be in place before any of your offerings can be successful (read: profitable). One is that it must be designed for a target market. So, there must be a group of people who you are targeting to offer your product/program/service toward.
Putting together a Teleclass can be a great marketing tool to use to bring more exposure to you and your business. AND - It can be a lot easier than you might think, with the right tools and tips to get started.
If you’re trying to wean off of 1-on-1 client work then you’re probably exploring different options available to you to replace that income. The choices can seem overwhelming. Do you add a membership website, launch a high-ticket coaching program or produce a home study course and sell it online? Maybe host a teleseminar series? All of these are great income streams to integrate into your business. The question is, which do you try first?
If you’re an author, speaker, coach or consultant, it’s likely you know how important it is to market your products and services. The challenge for many professionals is not only what to do, but how to do it. Additionally, knowing what is a wise investment in their marketing and what is not.
Teleseminars, also known as teleconferences and teleclasses, are fast becoming one of the most valuable strategies you can use to increase your market position, your opt-in subscriber list and your profit margins. You can quickly become known as an expert in both your industry and your market through the power of teleconferences.
Many people utilize teleseminars to market their products and services as well as sell on the backend. By far, teleseminars are one of the greatest tools available to accomplish both. Unfortunately, many people set about to launch a teleseminar without a solid plan in place. One of the first considerations (beyond who your market is) would be to determine what type of teleseminar to offer.
With some preplanning you can accomplish a great deal with your teleseminars. You can solve a problem, introduce people to your products and services and build a loyal client base. However, this won’t happen by chance. It happens by you having a plan. Here are a few things to consider as you prepare your plan….
In the last few days I have coached several new clients who were misled into believing the BS of getting rich quick on the Internet. I’m appalled at unscrupulous people feeding others a line of crap that you don’t have to do anything but buy their information, put up a website and presto!, you make a fortune. This just isn’t true. It’s a LIE!
Teleseminars are likely one of the most effective methods for promoting a product or service, building an opt-in subscriber list, increase credibility and establish your expert status. However, to achieve optimum results you must have your systems in place. It takes more than simply hosting a call to make this work.
Holding live workshops and seminars are a good way to build a business. However due to current economic trends, the traditional methods of holding and conducting workshops make it very difficult to execute and get participation.
Not a day goes by that someone, somewhere is hosting a teleseminar. Some are free, others are fee. Sadly, many do not achieve the outcome the host had hoped for. Here are a few tips on how to avoid a disaster so you can enjoy a successful event.
Why is it that some people are thriving during these uncertain economic times, while others are struggling? Chances are those that are doing well have diversified their revenue streams; especially on the Internet. It’s amazing how many ways there are to legitimately make money on the Internet. One of my favorite (and most profitable) are teleseminars.
Repurposing – the art of doing something once and using it in other ways – is one of the most effective and efficient systems you can create within your business. Before your eyes glaze over with the thought that this is yet another article telling you to market your newsletter articles online, read on.
Here are 4 tips to make sure your list-building teleseminar event is a raving success.
Giving Free teleseminars is a fabulous way to promote your business, help your prospects get to know you better, increase your e-zine subscribers, and jack-up sales.
Learn the top 7 tips for how to create dynamic, compelling interviews.
Did you know that one of the fastest and easiest ways to grow your business and add loads of targeted subscribers to your email list is by conducting interviews of people in your niche whose name is familiar to your target market? Learn how.
Membership (or "subscription") websites are all the rage right now. Look around and you'll see everyone starting their own club where members pay a monthly fee in exchange for information, coaching, teleseminars, community forums and other support. The temptation to jump on the membership band wagon is strong, but will it work for your business?
Teleseminars are a great way to make some quick cash, or give one of your current offerings a boost in sales. Of course, in order for that to happen, you need to fill them!
If you're reading this ezine, it's likely that you've participated in a teleseminar, whether it be mine or one of my colleagues. You've probably been on some that have been very good, where you got tons of really valuable information. And you may have found yourself on a few that were nothing but pitch-fests for the host's lastest product.
Students have a much better chance of actually applying your wisdom in their business, if you provide these three important elements in your teleclasses. Learn what they are.
Technology gives us all kinds of wonderful tools to enhance virtual classes for solo entrepreneurs. But while the bells and whistles might abound, what is it that REALLY makes for a great virtual learning experience?
By leading teleclasses (classes by telephone) you can leverage your classes in a way which will increase your productivity and the profitability of your business while becoming highly visible in your field or profession. You can become the expert in your field -- the "go to" person! This article will provide you with ten ways to leverage your teleclasses for maximum visibility and for driving thousands of customers to your door.