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Published: Fri, 30 Sep 2016 05:37:38 -0500

 



Teleseminars: Overcoming Fears

Mon, 07 Dec 2015 09:59:24 -0600

Teleseminars are becoming more and more popular, especially due to the rise in the number of network marketing ventures. However, hosting one of these teleseminar sessions is a whole different story. Some people are quite willing and eager to be able to host their session and really are quite capable of maintaining their listener's attention spans.



Understanding Webinars and Teleseminars

Mon, 08 Jun 2015 05:59:58 -0500

Both Teleseminars and Webinars are marketing tools that are widely used by businesses. A Teleseminar takes place over the phone on a bridge line while a Webinar takes place over the Internet but also sometimes requires the use of the telephone.



SkyRocket Your Career As An Expert Telesummit Speaker

Tue, 14 Jan 2014 13:36:07 -0600

Telesummits are the perfect springboard to help you spread your message across the world, to help you make that critical impact and difference for others and yourself. Being invited to speak on a Telesummit will get you the opportunity to speak to your niche global audience, you will gain credibility, recognition and publicity to keep you from getting lost in a sea of other speakers, business leaders, business/personal development coaches, etc.!



How To Give A Great Video Interview

Thu, 05 Sep 2013 14:40:44 -0500

Video marketing is a force you cannot avoid. One of the best ways to use video like a champ is to interview other experts and colleagues in your field. In fact, I'll bet you already have a whole cache of interviews under your belt.



GoToWebinar, Automated Webinars and Google+ Hangouts

Fri, 21 Jun 2013 15:47:23 -0500

Video conferencing or video calls are not a recent phenomenon. There have been many instant messengers and software tools that facilitated video calls and conferences. However, none of those applications or tools offered as many features as the likes of Google+ Hangouts and GoToWebinar provides. Companies across the world have started using Google+ Hangouts, GoToWebinar and automated webinars within the organization, to host client meetings and to attend to myriad purposes. Professionals who telecommute are also using GoToWebinar and Google+ Hangouts to make life simpler and easier.



The Three Benefits of Hosting Free Webinars

Fri, 14 Jun 2013 08:02:37 -0500

Webinars are popular in all niches these days, but they are extremely popular in the online marketing niche. Webinars are web-based seminars where the participants listen to the audio through a telephone, computer or Skype. They view the presentation via a web browser on their phone, computer or tablet. The top three benefits are turning your webinar into a paid course, selling products and selling affiliate products.



6 Benefits of Hosting Free Teleseminars

Thu, 06 Jun 2013 12:32:08 -0500

Did you know that many business owners and entrepreneurs host teleseminars? If you have not considered hosting your own teleseminars you should consider it. There are 6 benefits for hosting your own free teleseminars.



6 Steps for Beginners to Produce Successful Teleseminars

Thu, 06 Jun 2013 11:34:21 -0500

One of the best ways to promote your product, service or brand is to host a teleseminar. Below are 6 steps that beginners can follow to ensure they produce successful teleseminars.



Simple Ways To Master Your Life

Tue, 28 May 2013 16:55:24 -0500

Create a higher purpose for doing what you do. Find something you enjoy doing and build your goals around it. Do something that you love to do. Something that resonate with your spirit.



Small Business Teleseminars for Satellite Chamber of Commerce Consulting Strategies

Thu, 21 Mar 2013 08:08:01 -0500

Not long ago, I was talking to the president of a local chamber of commerce and it was obvious that the chamber needed some sort of a way to rapidly deploy advanced information to the members. But how might they do that I wondered? Well, could it be that offering teleseminars might be at least one more opportunity to get the word out? I mean of course, the chamber ought to be using social media, email alerts, and all their normal forms of communication, but a teleseminar sure works wonders for mass dissemination of information.



If You Speak In Monotone, You Are Ruining It for Everyone Else - What About Teleseminars?

Thu, 31 Jan 2013 08:42:56 -0600

Not long ago I went to the one of those local economic development seminars in our area which specialized in helping consultants do their job better. It was obvious that the speaker was well-versed in the activities of consulting, and well aware of the new mentoring and coaching strategies out there. He was definitely speaking from experience, but his speech was monotone, uneventful, and he stuck too closely to his slideshow and presentation. I wasn't getting a lot out of it. Interestingly enough I took my digital recorder along so I could listen later, as a refresher.



Four Applications For Teleseminar Services

Thu, 20 Dec 2012 13:26:34 -0600

Teleseminar services have become extremely popular over the past several years. This valuable tool can be used for different purposes across many business models. This article will discuss four applications, some common and some more unusual.



Evangelistic Teleseminars - Do They Really Work?

Wed, 17 Oct 2012 07:36:29 -0500

One of the benefits of super mega-churches with TV evangelist stars is that you can see the "healing" and energy, watch the body language, and thus, merely listening to it on the radio doesn't suffice, in fact, it begins to sound like a charade, comedy routine, or just pure entertainment, which in many regards it is, but obviously something is being lost in translation as you probably had surmised. Read this article.



Teleseminar Marketing Funnel Number 3: Free Telesummit With Upsell to Premium Versions

Fri, 05 Oct 2012 17:48:56 -0500

Here is a way to use teleseminars to make money even if you have no list of your own, no reputation and no following. You put in the effort to organize a free multi-day telesummit on a catchy topic of interest to a definable group, such as women over 50, pet-shop owners or aspiring marathon runners. The telesummit consists of multiple one-hour telephone conference-call sessions, in each of which you interview an expert on a topic related to the overall telesummit theme. Although the basic telesummit has no entry fee, you offer an option that costs enough money to provide a healthy profit for you.



Teleseminar Marketing Funnel Number 2: Free Telesummit to Paid Class, Upsell to Private Coaching

Fri, 05 Oct 2012 17:48:42 -0500

If you have a keen following for your blog, newsletter, tweets or forum posts, here's a way to channel that following into lucrative teaching and coaching services. It involves the use of multiple teleseminars, which are free or paid topical conference calls, as well as the leveraging of other people's expertise and followers.



Teleseminar Marketing Funnel Number 1: Free Q and A Teleseminar to Paid Class

Fri, 05 Oct 2012 17:43:01 -0500

If you can speak well over the telephone, you can use teleseminars (topical, prearranged conference calls) to give people interested in your topic a sample of what you know and teach. Then you invite them to sign up for a paid telecourse or other kind of teaching program. This is a teleseminar marketing funnel I have successfully used numerous times.



Reading From a Teleprompter Considered

Thu, 13 Sep 2012 07:34:53 -0500

Well, teleprompters are definitely in now, especially as our famous President Barack Obama has shown us how powerful reading a teleprompter well can be for building a brand, in his case a political brand. Interestingly enough, reading a teleprompter is not as easy as you might think. This is simply because not all of us are savants and able to read something one time allowing it to become a photographic memory in our mind, and then simply reciting it once we get up at the podium. There are actually Hollywood movie stars that are quite cerebral, and have such a good memory that they can memorize lines perfectly, and then they merely have to jump into the character to perform.



Webinars Are The Best Way To Present Your Information

Wed, 05 Sep 2012 16:23:15 -0500

A webinar is an online seminar conducted over the Internet. In the past, I have run online events. Some of them lasting only one hour where people can register at a special link, show up live, I can train and teach them right in front of their eyes, and we could interact with each other right there on the call. This is called a webinar.



Use A Webinar To Build A List Both Before And After A Webinar

Tue, 04 Sep 2012 08:37:17 -0500

Have you run a webinar yet? Or have you at least heard or attended a webinar? It's a live online event, usually one or two hours, where one person can present their computer screen, present PowerPoint slides or a web page, and live on that call, speak out some kind of narration or training.



How To Turn A Webinar Recording Into A Report Or Physical Book

Wed, 29 Aug 2012 13:00:43 -0500

There's really, really great news and that's that you can become a published author almost instantly with the use of the proper technology tools and systems. Running a live webinar is a great way to condense those things you have to say into a short period of time while also presenting it live so that you're excited and you get instant feedback from everyone on that call. But did you know that you can take that recording of your webinar and transform it into a written document?



What To Do With A Webinar Recording

Tue, 28 Aug 2012 13:01:42 -0500

When you run a live online streaming webinar event, you have a very easy way to create content, get traffic, or build a better relationship with your subscribers. But many people make the mistake of either limiting themselves to only running one single webinar or they'll run webinars but will fail to use the power of a webinar recording. That's why you should take your webinar recording and place it online as a time-limited replay.



What To Do With A Webinar Replay

Tue, 28 Aug 2012 11:50:38 -0500

By now I hope you've attended what's called a webinar which means that you register for an online event for a specific date and time, show up, and an instructor shows their screen and presents something with their voice. Many times you can raise your hand, get unmuted, ask questions. Some of these webinars are free, some are paid.



How To Record A Webinar

Tue, 28 Aug 2012 11:12:19 -0500

When you run a live webinar event - which means that you show your screen and speak out your voice - you can present anything you want. You can charge money for access to this webinar, you can give out a webinar for free, you can answer live questions on the call.



How To Get A Webinar Transcribed

Tue, 28 Aug 2012 11:10:28 -0500

Congratulation! You've just run your very own live webinar which means that somebody can see your screen, they can see anything you display on your computer, and they can hear your voice as you're narrating them through it and answering any questions the attendees have.



How To Run A Webinar Step By Step

Tue, 28 Aug 2012 09:25:46 -0500

If you're looking to teach more people, reach more customers, or make more sales, you can do that using a live webinar which means that you stream your desktop screen and your live voice speaking out into a microphone over the Internet. To schedule a live webinar, promote a live webinar, and present on a live webinar is very easy - those are the three steps to running a webinar. Schedule, promote, and present.



Three Ways To Build Your Customer List Using Webinars

Mon, 27 Aug 2012 16:00:20 -0500

A webinar is a way for you to stream your computer screen plus your spoken voice over to potentially hundreds or thousands of live attendees or students on a call. You can record this webinar and have a video for later use. But the point of running a webinar, other than to teach, pitch a product, and make money is also to build a list of hungry subscribers.



3 Tips For Creating Your First Telecourse

Fri, 06 Jul 2012 12:28:36 -0500

Creating a telecourse is very easy and certainly something a new internet marketer could do. Unfortunately, most people are being taught the wrong way to do it and so quickly find themselves unable to create their first teleseminar. In this article, you'll find three tips that help you to avoid failure with your first telecourse.



Your Telemarketing Voice: How to Influence and Win With Your Voice

Mon, 18 Jun 2012 09:46:51 -0500

Your telemarketing voice is key to helping you get a sale. As soon as the phone is answered you have about 10 seconds to convince them that you are worth talking too. When you speak, your voice will reflect your personal state of mind and psychological mentality. It will create an image of who you are to the receiver. You cannot persuade or influence others if your telemarketing voice does not contain a friendly yet natural element. If your tones are harsh and unfriendly, you will immediately repel people. Being able to sound friendly on the phone is just as much a habit as sounding unfriendly. However, by reassessing yourself, you will allow yourself to develop your telemarketing voice to speak effectively to others.



Teleseminars Vs Webinars - Can Teleseminars Still Compete With Webinars?

Thu, 14 Jun 2012 07:30:16 -0500

It seems that lately, webinars have taken over. And you may be wondering... can you still host teleseminars and make them work? Check out these five reasons why teleseminars are still competitive, and why some people may even prefer them.



Hosting Your Own Teleseminars - This Profitable Marketing Technique Will Build Your Online Business

Fri, 27 Apr 2012 14:10:36 -0500

Are you allowing your prospects to hear your voice? Read on to learn more about this profitable way to grow your online business quickly.



Make Money With Teleseminars - Five Out-Of-The-Box Strategies To Turn Your Teleseminars Into Cash

Wed, 25 Apr 2012 16:57:44 -0500

Some people make a lot of money with teleseminars. And you may have heard about a way or two to make that happen. But why not go beyond the obvious to increase your bottom line with a teleseminar? Read on and discover five out-of-the-box ways to turn your teleseminars into cash.



Beyond The Textbook Definition Of Powerful Communication And What It Means To You

Fri, 06 Apr 2012 11:45:30 -0500

Recently, I saw a teleseminar by Brian Tracy about the book "Kiss That Frog" and it gave me an idea for an article on better communication and more powerful "getting across to people". Here is the understanding generated by that experience in article form.



How To Fill Your Webinar: Four Key Secrets To Getting People To Attend Your Webinar or Teleseminar

Mon, 02 Apr 2012 09:27:55 -0500

Teleseminars and webinars are great for connecting with your target audience. But only if people actually show up. So how do you get people to attend your event? Read on for four strategies that will help you fill your webinars and teleseminars.



Hosting Teleseminars - Connect With Your Target Market By Sharing Information On Teleseminars

Wed, 28 Mar 2012 09:31:52 -0500

Are you connecting with your target audience by allowing them to hear your voice on a teleseminar? Read on to find out more about hosting your own lead generating and paid teleseminar calls.



Teleseminar Success Tips - Three Reasons Teleseminars or Webinars Help You Get More Clients

Mon, 26 Mar 2012 13:57:24 -0500

Are you trying to get more clients and it's not working as well as you'd like? Maybe you need to look more like the go-to person for the services or products you offer. The good news is that teleseminars and webinars can help you accomplish just that - and help you get more clients.



Teleseminars for Motivation - A Perfect Venue

Sat, 17 Mar 2012 14:02:52 -0500

The other day, I was talking to a successful online entrepreneur who indicated to me that she had considered becoming a coach. She wanted to be a small business mentor, and a personal coach for folks that needed help in bettering their lives, or making their businesses successful. She was doing quite well herself, and had grown her business from scratch, she seemed to know what she was doing, enjoyed the process, and sincerely liked to help others do the same.



Teleseminars - Just Because They Are Free Doesn't Mean They Aren't Priced Correctly

Fri, 16 Mar 2012 08:06:09 -0500

The other day, I got an interesting e-mail, it was about a free Teleseminar on a subject that I knew quite a bit about, and one that I am completely intrigued with. It's one of the latest new technologies, and it's all the buzz in the aviation world. In any case I hooked up with a Teleseminar at the prescribed time, and I began listening to what the speaker had to say.



Teleseminar Marketing: 10 Ways to Run Profitable Teleseminars Without Your Own List

Mon, 20 Feb 2012 02:01:51 -0600

Don't have a list of your own and therefore aren't sure you can run successful teleseminars? Teleseminars can actually help you build a list, whether you are offering them at no charge or collecting an admission fee for attendance. Without a list of your own, you simply have to reach for marketing methods that get your teleseminar announcement in front of likely participants in a tempting and cost-effective way.



What to Do When Things Go Wrong in Your Teleconference Part 1

Wed, 15 Feb 2012 13:32:23 -0600

Hosting teleconferences can be a valuable extension of your professional speaking business. This article describes some of the most common problems you may encounter, and how to deal with them.



What to Do When Things Go Wrong in Your Teleconference Part 2

Wed, 15 Feb 2012 13:30:12 -0600

Hosting regular teleconferences can be a boon to your business. They will allow you to easily offer coaching services as an extension of your regular speaking business. This article is part 2 of a 2 part series designed to help you deal with problems that inevitably come up when hosting teleconferences.



Webinars - Better Mute the Background Noise or Ditch the Teleconference

Thu, 09 Feb 2012 10:07:27 -0600

Today, I was on a teleconference, yes, it was a real ass-flatener, almost an hour - but it did have a website interactive follow along motif, which was nice. In fact, I learned a lot about something I've been working on and had some thoughts of my own. Although questions were limited I did get a bang for my buck and later in the day followed up with the tele-master by email.



The Advantages of Hosting Teleconferences Part 1

Thu, 19 Jan 2012 11:04:14 -0600

Teleconferences when leveraged correctly offer you and your business a wealth of opportunities. They can help you in ways you might not have considered. This article, part 1 of 2 describes the advantages of hosting teleconferences.



The Advantages of Hosting Teleconferences - Part 2

Wed, 18 Jan 2012 08:52:00 -0600

There are many advantages to hosting regular teleconferences for your clients. Discover how to use them to your advantage in this article that is part 2 of 2 articles.



Hosting a Dynamite Teleseminar

Thu, 12 Jan 2012 14:56:26 -0600

Hosting teleseminars will benefit speakers and coaches in many ways. Here is a complete guide to getting started.



Teleseminar Basics for Public Speakers

Tue, 22 Nov 2011 15:59:37 -0600

Traditionally speakers have provided their talks in front of a live audience. With the rapid shifts we have seen in technology in recent years, a speaker has many more options for getting their message out there. One of the best new formats available to speakers is the teleseminar. This is a no to low cost format easily accessible to all. If you want to launch your speaking career into the stratosphere, follow these teleseminar basics.



Online Presentation Tips: Six Keys to Dynamic Webinars or Webcasts

Fri, 18 Nov 2011 19:57:56 -0600

A webinar or webcast is a seminar that people listen to and watch on the web, via their computer. Learn how to take full advantage of the potential of this powerful communication and marketing medium.



Further Your Speaking Career Through Global Consulting

Tue, 08 Nov 2011 12:40:40 -0600

Global consulting involves providing professional and expert advice in areas such as business, management, technology and communications, to name just a few. Global consulting extends the reach of a speaker on a much larger scale, since it involves international relations with companies from different parts of the world. When a speaker ventures into global consulting it greatly enhances their credentials.



Web Conferencing Can Help Your Business Run More Efficiently

Thu, 08 Sep 2011 11:36:24 -0500

Business owners, clients, and company investors can all utilize web conferencing programs as an essential tool - regardless of where everyone is located. Benefits of web and video conferencing include saving money by using less resources and time since business owners and customers can meet-up online, instead of leaving the office or having to rent a space. These programs are also environmentally friendly by reducing the need to travel. This manner of communication can be just as efficient as a face-to-face meeting if it is conducted properly.



7 Benefits to Using Teleseminars to Grow Your Business

Mon, 18 Jul 2011 12:49:40 -0500

One of the best resources to use to quickly establish credibility, add additional streams of income, and attract new clients, is hosting teleseminars. Teleseminars are conducted over the telephone. Just like a live seminar, teleseminars have a speaker and attendees. What you don't have is the expense of travel, hotel, food, beverage, and room rental. There are many benefits to hosting a teleseminar.



Getting People to Attend Your Teleseminar

Fri, 24 Jun 2011 16:17:41 -0500

The fear of not getting enough people to your teleseminar can paralyze you from taking action, especially if you figure it will take a lot of time and work to set it up. Obviously you don't want to waste your time if no one is going to come. So, I'm going to address two solutions to this issue:



Hosting Teleseminars - Allow Prospects To Hear Your Voice To Build Your Online Business

Tue, 14 Jun 2011 22:26:24 -0500

Are you hosting teleseminars regularly as part on your online marketing strategy? Read on to find out more about why your voice is a powerful way to reach prospects around the world.



Appreciate the Aura of a Voice: Lessons From Napoleon Hill About the Potential of Teleseminars

Thu, 26 May 2011 07:43:58 -0500

Listeners pick up essential qualities from you when they tune into your teleseminars, either by phone or recordings. The impressions emanating from your voice influence people on the fence to want more from you - to hire you and purchase your products. It's time to start or improve your teleseminar programs so your perfect clients can be moved to action by your voice as well as your content.



Teleseminars and Purposeful Evil Disruptors Considered

Mon, 25 Apr 2011 08:08:25 -0500

Let's face it anyone who has ever given a number of teleseminars knows there can be some rather unruly and combative guests who attempt to interrupt or disrupt the question and answer period. Indeed, if you have experience here you know exactly what I mean, and thus, my first advice to any new comer in this sector or using this type of informational marketing or perhaps for training and education - is to remain strong and in control. If you sound wishy-washy or unsure of yourself, you are bound to embolden such purposeful or even downright evil disruptors.



5 Qualities of A Good Webinar or Teleseminar

Fri, 15 Apr 2011 13:49:52 -0500

We all want to do a good job. And if you're creating a webinar or teleseminar doing a good job has more relying on it than pride. In this article you'll discover five qualities your webinar or teleseminar needs to have to considered good.



Low Listener Counts and Teleseminar Strategies Considered

Thu, 14 Apr 2011 08:25:33 -0500

The other day, I was listening in on a teleconference and teleseminar that had to do with nanotechnology for aerospace materials. It was rather in-depth and discussed the future of fuselage construction, and the capabilities of these new materials which would be 250 times stronger than steel, and 50 times lighter. I didn't realize it at the time, but there were only 15 people listening in on the web-assisted phone call teleseminar.



How to Decide When to Hold Your Webinar

Tue, 12 Apr 2011 13:35:05 -0500

When designing a webinar one of the more important decisions is when to hold it. After all, the time you hold it will affect how many people attend. In this article you'll find seven questions you need to ask in order to decide when to hold your webinar.



3 Tips for Hosting an International Conference Call

Mon, 04 Apr 2011 16:01:38 -0500

Hosting an international conference call imposes a number of unique issues. But it's well worth it to your business. In this article you'll discover three tips to help you successfully host an international conference call.



3 Tips to Successfully Host a Teleconference Call

Mon, 04 Apr 2011 14:11:01 -0500

Teleconferencing calls are an important tool for the information marketer. They can be used as the basis for several media to deliver learning content. For example, they can be used to deliver teleseminars, coaching calls, and group coaching calls. Here are three tips for successfully using teleconference calls.



How to Run an Effective Conference Call

Fri, 01 Apr 2011 20:52:02 -0500

Conference calls are very expensive no matter what their purpose. Whether they are run for the purposes of decision making, learning or information dissemination, they are expensive if only because of the value of the people who attend. So being effective and efficient when running a conference call is important. In this article you'll discover four ways to ensure your conference call are effective.



5 Tips to Get People to Sign Up For Your Teleseminar

Fri, 01 Apr 2011 20:35:46 -0500

Creating a teleseminar is bad enough, but how do you get people to sign up for it. In this article you'll discover five tips to get people to sign up for your teleseminar.



Why You Need Music When Recording Your Teleseminar For Sale

Tue, 29 Mar 2011 13:39:05 -0500

Turning a teleseminar into an audio product for sale involves packaging it appropriately. Adding music is part of that packaging. In this article you'll discover four reasons why music is important when packaging a recorded teleseminar as an audio product.



Tips For Setting Ground Rules for A Conference Call - 5 Standard Meeting Rules of Conduct

Tue, 29 Mar 2011 11:33:45 -0500

Getting people to work together can be difficult. Whether you are running a conference call to hold a meeting or running a teleseminar there are certain rules that you really need to enforce. In this article you'll find five rules that you can use for all your conference calls and teleseminars.



How to Set the Ground Rules for a Conference Call

Fri, 18 Mar 2011 13:29:59 -0500

With any meeting, it's always important to set up ground rules. This is especially true for an interactive meeting where people are going to be responding. In this article you'll discover how to set the ground rules for conference calls such as teleseminars.



Physical Seminar or Streaming Webinars for Your Next Event?

Thu, 17 Mar 2011 12:51:25 -0500

There are a couple of routes you can take when you want to run some kind of a training course. You could always go the old fashioned way, and rent out a hotel conference room, hope people buy, and travel to your event or you can now run that event online using what's called a webinar. I believe you should strongly consider running a live webinar instead of a live seminar because there's less expense, you can provide lower cost to your customers and it's easier to make and use recordings of that event.



Broadcast Your Live Streaming Video Presentation Webinar Using PowerPoint

Thu, 17 Mar 2011 12:38:34 -0500

When you're at a webinar you can literally show anything that could appear on your computer screen, including your notepad, desktop, your software or even a web browser. But I strongly believe that you should show a PowerPoint presentation because he helps people learn better and gives you more control over what you show on the screen. You create your PowerPoint presentation to use at a webinar, choose a theme.



Use Webinars To Make More Money Online Right Away

Thu, 17 Mar 2011 12:38:20 -0500

When you run a webinar, it means you are streaming the screen on the computer and the sound of your voice live to an Internet audience. Although they are great for training, you can use webinars to make more money and reach more people but running a pitch webinar, by having a webinar class, and even adding a bonus webinar on top of your existing office. You may have actually been present as an attendee on a pitch webinar without even realizing it.



Create Your Next Training Session at a Live Webinar

Tue, 15 Mar 2011 09:14:32 -0500

I am not sure if you have heard what a webinar is, but this is a way for people to come to a live event that you present online. In that live event, people hear your voice and see your screen; you could present anything you want and show any image in front of them while they hear your voice at the same time. And you should use webinar technology to make your next information product or training course for several reasons.



How to Lead in a Teleseminar

Mon, 14 Mar 2011 14:07:09 -0500

Having a lead in is critical for a teleseminar. In this article you'll discover how to ensure your lead in is complete and good.



Ways to Get Through Awkward Moments During Your Teleseminar

Fri, 11 Mar 2011 11:22:31 -0600

Things go wrong. It doesn't matter who you are or what you are doing. The one constant is that things go wrong. In this article you'll discover ways to get through six different awkward moments which may occur during your teleseminar.



How to Format Your Training Design to Be Used in a Teleseminar - Tweaking The Design

Fri, 11 Mar 2011 09:06:45 -0600

When creating a training design (or learning content design as we prefer to term it) it is tempting to believe that the media that the learning is presented in is irrelevant. That you can take the same design and use it no matter the form of the learning. In this article you'll discover seven reasons that you need to have a unique design for teleseminars.



Common Problems That May Come Up During a Teleseminar

Mon, 07 Mar 2011 12:58:15 -0600

Things go wrong. All kinds of things. And teleseminars are no different. The trick to surviving those things is to be prepared. In this article you'll discover seven problems that may come up during a teleseminar and how to resolve them.



How to Format Your Training Design to Be Used in a Teleseminar - Creating A Script

Fri, 04 Mar 2011 14:21:13 -0600

There are two types of formatting that you need consider when preparing a training design to be used in a teleseminar. In this article you'll discover the five formats you can use for the presenter to present from.



Why Do People Like Teleseminars?

Fri, 25 Feb 2011 10:11:16 -0600

It's easy to determine why information marketers and learning content producers like teleseminars. But why does the audience like teleseminars? In this article you'll discover seven possible reasons your audience like your teleseminars and why you need to know.



Tips for Recording Your Teleseminar to Sell Later

Fri, 25 Feb 2011 08:05:42 -0600

So you've decided to record a teleseminar for later sale as a product. Good for you. Teleseminars make a great audio product. In this article you'll discover seven tips to help you record your teleseminar to sell later.



How to Decide When It's the Right Time to Set Up a Teleseminar

Wed, 23 Feb 2011 16:45:54 -0600

Teleseminars are a great learning content or information product. Every marketer should have them in their arsenal. But when should you set up a teleseminar? In this article you'll discover how to decide when it's the right time for a teleseminar.



7 Tips for Generating and Finding Ideas For Teleseminars

Tue, 22 Feb 2011 13:14:03 -0600

Ideas are all around us. Unfortunately, they seldom appear on demand. In this article you'll discover seven tips to help you generate new ideas for your teleseminars.



How to Facilitate a Group Attending Your Teleseminar

Mon, 21 Feb 2011 22:11:01 -0600

Every once in a while a learning content marketer hits the motherload. Most teleseminars involve one person on the phone to the tele-conference call service. But every once in a while a teleseminar will have groups instead. How do you handle this? In this article you'll discover how to facilitate a group attending your teleseminar.



Getting the Word Out - How Teleseminars Can Help You Get the Word Out About Your Cause or Business

Mon, 21 Feb 2011 21:43:06 -0600

Are you trying to get the word out about your event or cause? Maybe you want to spread the word about your products and services. Either way, teleseminars can be a huge help. Here's why and how.



No Cell Phones Allowed During Recording!

Fri, 18 Feb 2011 09:08:33 -0600

One of the most simple mistakes you can make during a teleseminar is using a cell phone. Even if you've arranged to use a bridge line, if the host or the guest dial in using a cell phone, the overall sound quality of your teleseminar will be compromised.



Adapting Your Public Speaking Skills For a Teleseminar

Thu, 17 Feb 2011 08:08:26 -0600

Many people decide to try use teleseminars as an extension to their public speaking. Many of the skills are transferable. In this article you'll discover which public speaking skills can be adapted for a teleseminar...



When You Should Run Your Webinars?

Tue, 15 Feb 2011 13:05:37 -0600

When you are presenting your webinars, do you worry about the time that you are presenting? There really is no real time to present your webinars. Webinars can be run at anytime of the day, during the week or on the weekend.



What Happens If You Make A Mistake During A Webinar?

Tue, 15 Feb 2011 12:44:12 -0600

Being worried about how your presentation will unfold, is only natural, as you would like the presentation to go smoothly. You main concerns could be that you are on the fence on how to start the webinar, or how the sound of your voice should be, or your maybe concerned that something could go wrong entirely in your presentation. What you should do, is be prepared for it, be ready and when you present your next one you will make it even better from the last.



Hosting Teleseminars For Profit, Prospects, and More - Marketing With Teleseminars For Your Business

Tue, 15 Feb 2011 10:04:51 -0600

Are you using teleseminars to build your business? Read on to find out how to host your own calls for profit, prospects, and connecting with your audience, no matter which niche you are working in.



5 Things Experts Do When Giving a Teleseminar

Mon, 14 Feb 2011 21:21:15 -0600

Have you ever wanted to present a teleseminar that was slick and expert quality? Do you know what the experts do to make their teleseminars so great? In this article you'll discover five techniques the experts use to create high quality teleseminars.



Is Running a Scripted Meeting the Best Way to Host a Conference Call?

Mon, 14 Feb 2011 15:01:52 -0600

Sometimes people who haven't run meetings fail to understand why it is so important to have a script. Conference calls are amongst the worst example of this. In this article you'll discover why running a scripted meeting is the best way to host a conference call.



The Importance of Backup Recording Your Teleseminar

Fri, 11 Feb 2011 10:12:45 -0600

Why should you have a backup recording? Backup recordings are an essential part of the recording process. Just imagine...



3 Challenges to Consider When Offering a Webinar Series

Tue, 08 Feb 2011 12:45:26 -0600

A webinar series is a good way for consultants, trainers and speakers to deliver their training programs in a virtual format. Discover 3 key challenges to consider when promoting a webinar series.



How to Charge For a Teleseminar - Effective Pricing Models

Sat, 05 Feb 2011 09:27:42 -0600

Teleseminars are a great way to develop learning content products. They're also a great way to build your information or advice business. But they do take time and it's important to get a return on that time back in the form of income. In this article you'll find a discussion of ten business models and three pricing models for teleseminars.



Finding Free Conference Call Hosting For Teleseminars

Fri, 04 Feb 2011 11:10:15 -0600

Teleseminars and other teleconferencing products are extremely important to learning content product marketers. But they can also become very expensive, very quickly. In this article you'll discover how to find free conference calling services. You'll also discover ten search terms to help you find a free conference calling structure.



How to Make Money From Teleconferences - Step by Step Directions

Fri, 28 Jan 2011 13:33:28 -0600

Making money from your teleconferences is important if you are a learning content product creator. Somehow you need to sell the teleconference content. In this article you'll discover step-by-step directions to one way of monetizing your teleconferences.



How to Promote Your First Teleseminar

Fri, 28 Jan 2011 07:37:55 -0600

How should you promote your first teleseminar? After all, it needs to be basis for a new products. In this article you'll discover how to promote your first teleseminar.



Teleseminars or Webinars: A Quick and Easy Guide Reviewing the Best Virtual Event for Your Business

Thu, 27 Jan 2011 14:56:58 -0600

Like many business owners, you want to offer and conduct webinars or teleseminars but are unsure of the processes involved. You may be confused by the terminology and want to know the key differences. This article explains some core features to show you which virtual event is best suited to meet your business needs.



7 Reasons to Offer Teleseminars and Webinars

Thu, 27 Jan 2011 11:50:42 -0600

Speakers, trainers, consultants and other experts who offer their own seminars and workshops are ideal candidates for becoming promoters of teleseminars and webinars, as well. Discover 7 ways you'll benefit by incorporating virtual events into your speaking and training business.



Teleseminar Challenges - How to Overcome Nervousness and Anxiety Before and During Your Teleseminar

Tue, 25 Jan 2011 18:49:19 -0600

You know you should do teleseminars, but you're held back by a bad case of nerves. Read on to discover how to tame that anxiety and stage fright and start doing teleseminars and getting the benefits they can bring.



Improvements in Communication - How Does Teleconferencing Work?

Fri, 21 Jan 2011 14:05:44 -0600

One of the most powerful tools in the learning content product marketer's tool chest is the teleconference. But what is a teleconference and how does it work? In this article you'll discover two answers to that question.



3 Ground Rules For Conference Call Meetings

Wed, 19 Jan 2011 18:42:50 -0600

Setting ground rules is an important step for any meeting. But it is especially important for conference call meetings. In this article you'll discover three ground rules you'll want to consider imposing for all your conference call meetings and teleseminars.



How to Host an Interesting Conference Call Or Teleseminar

Wed, 19 Jan 2011 13:08:27 -0600

It's important to keep your teleseminars and teleconferences interesting. After all if they aren't interesting your audience won't bother with them. In this article you'll discover the three areas that you need to focus on in order to host an interesting conference call or teleseminar.



Mobile Teleconferencing - What Equipment You Will Need and How Much it Will Cost

Mon, 17 Jan 2011 19:53:26 -0600

It used to be that teleconferencing involved a dedicated meeting room and special services that only the largest company could afford. That's no longer true. Even the smallest world traveller can afford to host teleseminars and telecourses -- from the beach if they want to. In this article you'll discover what equipment you need to enable you to run a business from your favorite beach.



How to Facilitate a Conference Call - A Format to Follow

Thu, 13 Jan 2011 16:02:21 -0600

Knowing how to organize a meeting is a key skill for any facilitator. Your process is one of the keys for successful meetings. That's even more true for a conference call than a face to face meeting. In this article you'll discover a format for your conference calls and teleseminars that will help you succeed.



Conference Call Ground Rules - How to Avoid Some Basic Problems

Wed, 12 Jan 2011 08:23:44 -0600

Conference calling is the basic media behind many different types of communications. It is the technology behind teleseminars, and teleconferences. It is used for meetings and sales presentations. But it has certain basic problems. In this article you'll discover three common problems and their solution.