Discover how simple intro music and an opening monologue builds listener loyalty on your teleseminars. Read on for more tips and tools.
On any given weekday evening, most aspiring internet marketers have a wide choice of teleseminars from which to choose. Want to build “listener loyalty" and have your prospects choose your teleseminar over all the others?
Then build in “listener loyalty strategies such as intro music and an opening monologue.
Think about it. Don't the late night talk shows begin with the same thing music? Even Saturday Night Live does it. Here's what happens - when you listen to a late night talk show and hear the theme music, you have come to expect that “here comes some humor and entertainment from one of my favorite comedians. "
Why not teach your teleseminar listeners to expect the same thing? When they hear your regular opening theme music, they will come to expect that “here comes some really good information that I can use and benefit from. " You are also preparing them to expect to spend money with you.
An opening monologue builds trust and predictability. And no I am not saying you have to tell jokes. Just have the same opening words each time. Follow that with announcements about upcoming events. Have a “quote of the call" related to the theme of the night that you read and explain. Work in your own traditions. My friend and colleague Jeff Herring has a regular segment called “What's on Jeff's Desk. " He just points out random things that are on his desk. His listeners enjoy it, have come to look forward to it, and send in email about what is on their desk.
You can have a lot of fun building listener loyalty. And profit from it too.
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From Alex Mandossian and TeleSeminarSecrets.com