Are you contemplating running a teleseminar in your Internet business? Are you ready to connect with clients through a valuable teleseminar meeting? Congratulations are in order because a teleseminar is an impressive and valuable way to strengthen your Internet business. Planning and running a teleseminar may seem like a daunting task, but it doesn't have to be. Following are common questions regarding teleseminars.
Teleseminar Question #1: Do you need to create a web page for a teleseminar and capture the names on an Autoresponder? Or can you just send out a promotional email about the teleseminar to your list? First, you need to create a sub list of people from your general list. The sub list contains people that are going to attend your specific teleseminar. You can create this sub list by capturing the personal information of people that sign up for your teleseminar. This means that you will have to set a squeeze page for each seminar. Setting up a squeeze page is quick and easy. The purpose of setting up a squeeze page for each teleseminar is that you can obtain a high quality sub list of people that you can directly market to after the teleseminar.
If you just send an email to your general list then the quality of responses and number of responses tends to be lower. You should also collect different subscriber lists for each product as well as each teleseminar. In essence, you will have a general squeeze page that you drive most of your traffic to.
You will have different sub lists for sales letters, teleseminars, etc. Each sub list will be obtained from a specific squeeze page. This helps you target customers and follow up on a personalized basis.
Remember, the fortune is in the follow up. Teleseminar Question #2: What schedule should you follow to send out emails before a teleseminar? Thursday night has proven to be an optimal night to have a teleseminar. Send emails out on Tuesday and Thursday for a Thursday night teleseminar. Also send an email to your teleseminar sub list about 15-20 minutes before the call to remind them of the teleseminar. Another tip regarding promotion of your teleseminar is to not promote the teleseminar too soon in advance.
For example, announcing or promoting a teleseminar two weeks in advance is too early. Many people will forget to sign up or will make excuses as to why they can't attend the teleseminar. Therefore, you should wait to the last minute to announce and promote the teleseminar.
For example, send out a teleseminar invitation on a Monday or Tuesday for a Thursday teleseminar. Copyright (c) 2006 The Powerful Promoter.
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