A couple of Success Tips taken from Instantteleseminar.com
"Teleseminars are 60 times more effective than websites
If you're a good marketer, you might get people to spend 60 seconds with you on your website. But they'll spend 60 MINUTES or more with you on a teleseminar or webinar.
Plus, a live teleseminar is more human, intimate, and interactive than a website, which gives you the chance to build trust. And all else being equal, people buy from people they trust."
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I like the term entrepreneurial newbies and technophobes – it’s a big world out there in the online world. Can you tell everyone a bit about yourself, how you became involved in Instant Teleseminar – your story behind it?
What do you think are the main challenges or obstacles that anyone in the online world face especially start up coaches?
Joel who has had the most influence or inspired you the most in your journey and how?
I started using Instant Teleseminar in May, conducting interviews to get confidence as I had never been on a live conference call (just listened to the replays or recordings). Instant Teleseminar allows you to utilise it as either a teleseminar or a webinar. Can you tell us a bit more about what the Instant Teleseminar service provides?
I can remember being so nervous at first but found that it was quite easy although I am not utilising it yet to its best potential. As I have mainly done interviews I have pre recorded them with my guests. What would you recommend for newbies or technophobes?
Joel lately you have also been conducting interviews. I recently listened to the one you did with Mike Cerrone about conducting a telesummit which was very informative. Can you tell us a bit more about that interview and others you have interviewed? What made you decide to be interviewing some of your clients?
What are some of the most common mistakes besides not pressing the record button that people make?
I had one instance where I went to stop the recording but then realised I had lost the internet connection and thought I didn’t get all the call. The good thing was that as the recording was done through the phone line it didn’t affect it although I had to cut the ending as I continued talking, bit of panic and swearing etc. What programs would you recommend for editing the audio in situations such as this?
We have formed a group called Niche Networkers which was formed as a private place to support one another in building our skills with the technology required for setting up our own businesses as coaches or trainers. One of the things that I love about Instant Teleseminar is that it has allowed us to use the one account for multiple users which is ideal for training. One of the frustrating things with other programs is that although you may have a trial period you may be hesitant or resistant to using the new technology at first and then you end up paying for something you don’t feel comfortable with all use at all. Is this something you have always allowed?
You have lots of big names using Instant Teleseminar? How many clients would already be using the service?
Does Instant Teleseminar support any charities and have a good affiliate program?
Joel was also kind enough to include some free reports on:
18 Ways to Host Teleseminars
11 Ways to Repurpose Content
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In addition to the reports, Joel also thought he'd throw in Mike Cerrone's call about hosting telesummits - see link below.
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