More
everyday entrepreneurs are searching for effective ways to reach their market.
Some may focus on a local market, regional, nationwide or global. The challenge
can be how to reach your market and have a very high return on your marketing
costs.

One
of the best ways is with teleseminars.  As technology has improved,
teleseminars have become one of the most preferred ways to conduct business
training or promoting products and services. 

There
are many benefits of teleseminars but the most important one is that
participants do not have to commute. You can host or take part in teleseminars
from virtually anywhere — home, office or even halfway across the world. And
you can generate great revenues.

Benefits
of Teleseminars:

  • Reach a global market with no travel. You
    do not have to leave your office to host a training program. Unlike traditional
    training courses where you had to consider travel time in the mix, you hardly
    have any disruption of your day. All you need to do is be right in front of
    your telephone or computer with fast and reliable Internet connection (with
    Skype or VOiP) at the scheduled time.
     
  • As
    mentioned earlier, you do not need to travel. Therefore, you have a lot of time
    at hand to complete other tasks or prepare for the teleseminar. The stress
    involved with traveling and reaching the venue on time is taken away.
  • The cost of hosting or participating in a teleseminar is extremely cost
    efficient compared to other methods of training or promoting a business.
     
  • Most
    teleseminars range from 30 – 90 minutes. This means that they are extremely
    focused and you can get a lot of relevant information that you can immediately
    put into practice.
  • Most teleseminars have a Q and A session. Participants can get instant
    solutions to certain issues that occur in a business scenario. Based on other
    people’s experiences, you learn which pitfalls should be avoided.

One
of the major challenges of teleseminars is knowing how to market your event. As
with teleseminars themselves, the marketing can be done with very little cash
outlay. Some of the most effective ways are with media releases, solo messages
to your opt in subscribers, affiliates, joint venture partnerships, social
media marketing and web radio interviews.

There
are countless other ways to market your session, but what has already been
mentioned is a great start.

 

Are
you ready to add teleseminars to your product, marketing and service mix? Not
quite sure where to begin? Join my on Tuesday, April 27th at 10 a.m.
PST for a FR*EE session on The Truth about Making Money with Teletseminars.  Click here to claim your spot.