Friday, January 09, 2009

You Too Can Deliver a Profitable Teleseminar

Before you start to plan your teleseminar, do some research. Find out what your target market wants - make sure you differentiate that from what you think they should want. Decide on a multi-media product you can create to answer the market request. Keep in mind that the lead time for a teleseminar, from concept to execution should be between 60 and 90 days, so they are a way for fairly quick money.

Now you need to develop the content for the teleseminar. Give out good information on what to do, but do not share how to do it. That’s the job of the multi-media product you are going to create.

Administrative Tasks

Register a domain for the teleseminar - it should reflect the topic of your seminar. Get a host for your website. I use 1and1 for both domain names and hosting. They're reliable and inexpensive.

Subscribe to a toll-free teleconferencing system. Set a date for your teleseminar.

Set up an autoresponder (I use Aweber) that will collect the name and email address of your opt-in visitors and then send them to a web page that has the call-in information for your teleseminar. Prepare the follow up email that will also give them the call-in information for your teleseminar. Later on you will prepare a series of four emails to be sent immediately before your teleseminar.

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Wednesday, January 07, 2009

Exit Poll Ads

Been looking at cost effective ways to drive traffic to my sites. Took a flier on Leon Klepfish's program. I bought $10 worth of ads - 3,333 impressions. I have used up all the impressions and received six clicks, no sales. Works out to $1.67 per click. I don't think that I'll buy any more to see if the numbers improve over time.

Let me know if you have a better experience.

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