OK, so you don’t want to go out on the speaking circuit to get known. You don’t have to. Instead, try on the technicolor dreamcoat of Teleseminars.
What can they do for you? Grab a free report to find out more.
But here’s four powerful benefits that come immediately to mind.
1. BUILD YOUR COMMUNITY (LIST)
you begin conducting teleseminars on a regular basis, you’ll get a reputation for your good content. Your community will tell friends who will tell more friends. Also, if you have a dynamic topic that lends itself to creating a series around, you will be able to joint venture with others who are experts…and also have a community of their own who they can recommend to your teleseminar.
2. ESTABLISHES PERSONAL CREDIBILITY
Again, back to the reputation you’ll gain for good content. Your current followers will transition from mere names on your list (1 of many to which they subscribe)…to becoming loyal and vocal members of your community. You’ll be developing a relationship because you’re taking the time to communicate in a very personal way.
3. FACILITATES CREATING NEW PRODUCT
Once your teleseminar is scheduled, it will compel you to take the time to assemble good content for your audience. The audio from the teleseminar and any Learning Guide you might prepare becomes immediate product. But what if you’ve assembled several experts to speak over several weeks on different aspects of the topic. Now, you have a value-added, saleable product. And, of course, the questions that participants ask, as well as broad content areas covered in the teleseminar lead to other product ideas.
4. KEEPS YOUR FINGER ON THE PULSE OF YOUR NICHE
If you are doing teleseminars, you are researching topics. You are asking participants for their questions as to what is most important to them around the topic. You’ll become aware of who the experts are (and your competition). What’s new around the topic and in the niche.
Teleseminars are an important component of your marketing strategy for just about every niche. Want to learn valuable tips (such an overview of how to increase your market exposure, your number of opt-in subscribers, and revenues), even if you currently conduct teleseminars?
Here’s access to a free report by Kathleen Gage, who taught Deb and me much about conducting powerful teleseminars.