We all know how hard it can be to have a life, and have a J.O.B. You know how it feels when your car breaks down, or your kid is sick, or you’re sick. Or hey, you just want to spend the day at the beach, or at home on the couch, right? What’s wrong with that? Nothing, because you can make six figures at home with teleseminars and webinars if you really want to. If you want to do teleseminars and webinars you can work from anywhere in the world. As long as you have a telephone, in the case of teleseminars, and a computer and Internet connection in the case of webinars, you’re golden.
Aside from opening up the entire world to your message, you can increase the quantity of money in your bank account, which ironically, will allow you to see even more of the world! Couldn’t be a better win-win situation for you out there than teleseminars and webinars to allowing you to create a great deal of freedom for yourself. However, in order to have successful seminars you have to fill those seats.
You can fill them each and every time if you use the following tips:
- Niche it down — Knowing what segment of your audience would be interested in a teleseminar or webinar is part of the research you’ll need to complete. But, if you focus on what problem that part of your niche has, and answer that problem with a solution, you will attract more participants.
- Choose a compelling topic — This goes to the idea of providing a solution to your niche. You can start with a compelling question that your niche often has, and the providing the solutions with in the seminar, or alluding to some of the solutions, but having more solutions in your eBook, Services, or other products that you up-sell after the seminar.
- Price it right— Pricing is important for any product and this is especially tricky with teleseminars and webinars. Many free seminars do quite well on the backend with up selling products and offering discounts to existing products. A free or dollar seminar is a great way to build your list, but you will have more freebee seekers this way. It’s a decision that you’ll need to make based on your own knowledge of your niche and target audience.
- Market it early — Generally it’s a good idea to start marketing your event at least four weeks from the date. You can actually set the date six weeks before and work on the marketing materials and content as you go along. Use all avenues of marketing including social media networks, blogging, article marketing, free previews, advertising, affiliates and any tools that you have at your disposal.
Once you do your first teleseminar or webinar you’ll be hooked on this new way to generate traffic to your existing products, increase your list size, and generate new and exciting products based on the seminars. You’ll find that you can conduct these seminars from almost anywhere and that you’re earning more money in less time than ever before. Why not open up your world with teleseminars and webinars right now?