Teleclasses, or Teleseminars are a great way to create content for a book or info product. That’s one of the primary sources we used when we developed the content for Build a Better Blog. Patsi and I taught a 4-week teleclass on blogs, recorded the sessions and then had them transcribed. The content was invaluable and helped us make intelligent decisions about what we wanted to explore on our blog to get more info from our students.
Whether or not you have ever conducted a teleclass, you’ll want to attend this Conversation with Dan Janal to learn more about the ins and outs of teleseminars.
How to Build Your Business with Teleseminars
Wednesday, October 19, 2005, 8:30 p.m. ET – FREE
Guest Expert: Dan Janal, GreatTeleseminars.com
Teleseminars are today’s hottest tool to build businesses and sell more products and services. Many coaches, authors, consultants and small businesses use several different tactics to build their businesses with teleseminars with great success. The technology is easy. The marketing can be simple. The payoffs can be great. From the comfort of your home or office, you can produce teleseminars and build your business at almost no cost; and create products you can be proud of for less than $200. In this fascinating conversation, you’ll learn: the two major business models and when to use each one; pricing strategies that can make or break your business; how to get people to come if you don’t have a big list, and much more.
Dan Janal has produced more than 500 teleseminars with his ww.GreatTeleseminars.com company. He also builds his www.PRLEADS.com brand by offering teleseminars filled with expert advice each week to his clients and prospects. That’s right — he produces his own teleseminar every single week and still has time to run two businesses! He’s been called the Larry King of teleseminars. His clients have created six figure incomes from producing teleseminars and he’ll share that secret during this call.
Conversations with Experts: How to Build Your Business On and Off-line
Hosted by Denise Wakeman and Patsi Krakoff.
Conversations with Experts is sponsored by Build a Better Blog System.