As a viral communication advantage, with unbeatable audio conference qualities and as a passive generating income tool, teleseminars have become a peerless platform for the professional coaching field as a whole. Being able to interact with multiple clients in the comfort of your home during a seminar always outweighs the challenges of renting a conference room or hall, setting up presentations, etc. Chugging along just like a “I think I can" business engine, teleseminars excel in helping to build your practice, and can be a referral marketing magnet to your business’ blog, RSS feed, ezine and any other communication edge available through the power of the Internet.
Let's look at 7 Advantages of Teleseminars from the comfort of the same place that you can present them - your home. The pajama portion of the title was a suggestion from a friend in Miami (where the weather is always beautiful, I'm dutifully reminded), where she targets medium-sized businesses in the hospitality vertical. Her teleseminars are normally 20 participants in her living room on the phone as she gives her presentation in her pajamas while sipping coffee.
1. If you have seminar jitters you can always have a guest as the speaker or co-host an event with someone else. (At least until the appeal of hearing your own voice takes over. . . )
2. Presentation tools can be emailed to clients for follow up or before the event.
3. Teleseminars are done from home or your brother's conference room. Pajama's optional.
4. Potential to turn your events into podcasts to offer either as a gift with another service or separate passive income generator.
5. Ability to control number of participants from 10 - 50 or more and they are pre-qualified.
6. These types of seminars stimulate interaction after presentation because of it's conversational platform.
7. Ability to hold several teleseminars a week.
There are several distinct advantages of using this form of seminar that are woven in between the 7 few that have been touched upon here in our list. Just to broaden a few additional advantages let's look at the ability to hold several teleseminars a week. All those who feel it would be a disadvantage to hold more than one seminar a month to grow their business, please raise your hand. Now, all those who can organize the necessary content to provide a unique seminar 3 times a week at a minimum of at least $59 per person - raise your hand real high. It seems we may have a majority of those who recognize the benefit to their clients of teleseminars.
Daviyd Peterson: 12-year consultant, instructor, trainer of digital divide solutions for both home and business. Helps African American and minority Small Business Enterprises bridge the digital divide by becoming wireless Small Office Digital Offices (SODO).