Teleseminars That Sell: 3 Keys to Success

by Ellen Britt - Date: 2007-02-25 - Word Count: 365 Share This!

Teleseminars are used by nearly all of the highly visible internet marketing *gurus* on the scene today, both to drive sales and to develop a great relationship with their lists. Yet surprisingly, the average internet marketer overlooks this vitally important tool, preferring to stick with familiar but costly pay-per-click ads or time consuming article research and writing. In fact, most of the successful internet marketers out there will rarely advise you to add teleseminars to your marketing mix, perhaps because they want to keep this super-effective tactic to themselves!

The benefits of teleseminars are numerous and include the ability to deliver valuable information to your clients and prospects for free or as a paid class, as well as the ability to record your teleseminars and provide them as a bonus in exchange for a newsletter sign-up or to actually package them as a product.

Like many internet marketers, you may be confused about what it takes to start doing your own profitable teleseminars. In reality, there are only three things you must *get* to be successful with teleseminars:

Get experience: as a participant. Attend as many teleseminars as you can, especially those that relate to your area of business. Pay attention to what works and what doesn't, as well as what you like and don't like about the teleseminar host's style, how they handle problems that arise on the calls and how they build (or don't build!) rapport with the audience.

Get educated: get started by taking a comprehensive course to get you up to speed, one that covers the basics such as bridge lines, handing common problems on your calls, how to record your calls, how to keep your audience engaged and so forth.

Get some experience: by getting a free bridge line, setting a date and time and then inviting your clients to attend. Provide them with great information then sell one of your products or services, related to your teleseminar topic, at the end of the call.

Once you start using teleseminars to make sales, you'll be hooked! And the more teleseminars you host, the more skilled you will become. Your sales will rise, along with your confidence. So don't wait. Add teleseminars to your marketing mix today.

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Ellen Britt, PA, Ed.D., is the creator of TeleSeminar JumpStart, a complete five hour downloadable course that will help you get started, quickly and easily, in hosting your own profitable and powerful teleseminars. Just go to:

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