Offering teleseminars as a part of your services is a great choice for many entrepreneurs. Knowing which is the best can be a challenge. There are dozens of “types” of teleseminars to choose from. Below are three very popular types.

Preview Calls

If you are new to teleseminars, I recommend you start with a preview call format. This type of teleconference will be one of the most popular types of teleseminars that you offer.

Basically a preview call is just what it sounds like. People get a taste of what a paid course will be about.

However, to have a successful call, you have to be able to market it and sell on the backend. Marketing and selling will be covered in an upcoming lesson.

FAQ Call

Another purpose for teleseminars is to provide the most commonly requested information to your clients. If you have customers who seem to be asking the same questions over and over about your products and services, you could prerecord a session. When new clients come on board, you can give them a copy of the recording. This helps the client and saves you time.

For example, let’s say you are a nutritionist and you sell a very unique type of nutrition program. When your customers buy the program, they receive an instant download of the most common questions they will may have.

Expert Interview

Expert interviews are great because you can bring an incredible amount of value to your market.

Hosting expert sessions is a great way to bring added value to your market. However, before you approach an expert you need to be prepared for the conversation. Know what you will say, why you are asking this particular expert and what the benefit to the expert is for joining in with you.

As with any aspect of running a business, with teleseminars the more organized you are the better.

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