In this month’s issue, we’ll discuss teleseminars and how they might be useful to you in your writing career. I’m thinking it might be an excellent way to connect with readers. Maybe you could do an informal chat with subscribers to your newsletter or people who have read your book and would like to discuss it with you. Would that be considered a tele-book club? To give us more information on the process is Matthew Bredel of TheWebReviewer.com.
IN THIS MONTH’S ISSUE:
Question of the Month: How can teleseminars help my writing career?
Link of the Month
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Question of the Month: How can teleseminars help my writing career? – Teleseminar Services – A Cheap, Money-Making Internet Business Tool by Guest Columnist Matthew Bredel
When it comes to Internet marketing, one of the most effective strategies will always be to offer the best services to customers and potential customers. Teleseminars provide an inexpensive way to provide a quality service, reach customers, pull in new ones and give your business image the boost it needs to stay competitive in a tight Internet market.
One of the primary objectives of a good business will always be to build loyalty with customers, and that’s why offering quality services and products is so necessary. With a teleseminar you are going above and beyond the “here’s the product and buy it” mentality. Rather, a teleseminar gives you an opportunity to connect with customers and associates through training, education, product information and customer service messages. What’s even better is that you don’t have to worry about getting in front of a video camera or traveling to some event location. You can do it all from the comfort of your office, home, or really anywhere that has a telephone connect.
You may be wondering, exactly what is a teleseminar? Also known as a teleconference, these seminars take place over a phone line called bridgeline, which carries multiple callers at one time. A teleseminar may have 5 participants or 1000, depending on the purposes and audience for the call. Using a teleseminar service makes the set-up and event production much easier than an actual seminar. Furthermore, the cost of travel and expensive material costs are eliminated.
The host of a teleseminar schedules a date and time for the conference and then allows people to sign up for the conference. A teleseminar can be free of charge or cost a participation fee. Prior to the scheduled call, the host will make sure the participants have the phone number and pass code they need to join the teleseminar from their home, office, or anywhere else they have a phone connection.
If you conduct trainings, advertise products or have need to communicate the same message to a large group of people, teleseminars can get the job done cheaply and with little effort. While it may seem overwhelming get started setting up these calls for your business, teleseminar services like InstantTeleseminar.com can take off the pressure and help you every step of the way.
Plus a teleseminar service can help you to ensure your phone conferences are organized, professional and come off without a hitch. Making sure you do it well can payoff big time down the road, as you can begin to sell the recorded teleseminars to customers seeking information.
While it may be tempting to jump on the latest Internet marketing bandwagon, in this case simple is better. A teleseminar allows you to improve your service to customers in a real way that is comfortable and familiar to both them and you, yet it is still a way to make your business more profitable and professional.
To learn more about how to use teleseminars and InstantTeleseminar.com check out TheWebReviewer.com.
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Link of the Month: Great Teleseminars
This site offers both premium and free teleseminar services. The site also features articles and other teleseminar resources.
Market Spotlight: You&Me America’s Medical Magazine
According to the magazine’s guidelines, “You&Me America’s Medical Magazine seeks non-fiction articles, preferably from a first-person perspective, about the human aspects of dealing with all medical issues, from the life threatening to the chronic to the so-called “trivial.” We do not want all happy endings or all sad endings- and we invite articles dealing with end-of-life issues from a first person or close family perspective. We can use some health-care provider prospective, poetry and expressionistic pieces, and cartoons. We do not want or use informational articles.” Also pays on acceptance. For more information, please visit their site at http://www.youandmemagazine.com/pages/submissions
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