Your First Teleseminar

Bob Stovall
 


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What if you could find a way to sell your product or service that has been proven effective by the top marketers in your niche? Would you jump on it? Would you be making plans to use it right now?

You bet you would! So then why do so many marketers, online and offline, overlook the benefits that come from doing teleseminars?

Is it fear of not knowing what to say? Of not having a great topic?

If it is, then I've got a solution for you! What not let your attendees pick the topic? We do that quite often and it almost always results in a teleseminar that is fun and informative for our listeners and is easy for us to put together.

Here's how it works.

Schedule your teleseminar leaving enough time to notify your potential attendees and get their feedback, usually a week to ten days. Send out you initial contact (email, blog post, etc. ) asking them to sign-up, but also let them know that it is very important to you that their questions on the topic get answered.

Ask them to give you the question that they would most like to have answered on your topic. You'll get some great questions. Then build your presentation around answering their questions.

Now you've got the makings of a great teleseminar. Put the questions into an outline of your teleseminar and fill in answers either from your own knowledge or from research done on the Internet.

If you can, consult an expert on the question and give them credit for the answer. Giving credit to a well-known expert raises your credibility.

We did a series of teleseminars recently and used this method of programming them. We got so many high-quality questions from the first emailing that we had enough material to carry us through five teleseminars.

Our audience was thrilled with the content because many of the questions were ones they themselves had, but didn't think of. This was one of the most successful teleseminar series I have ever been part of.

So don't wait. Ask your audience what questions they would like answered. Then put together a teleseminar to answer them. You'll find this is so much fun and so effective, you'll never want to stop.

Bob Stovall has been marketing on the Internet since 1991. He founded OrangeCat.net to provide full-service hosting especially for entrepreneurs, investors and Real Estate professionals. Bob speaks and consults on Internet marketing for Real Estate professionals. Free audio information on having a successful 1st teleseminar is available at his website .

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