How would you like to make more money in an hour than professional basketball and baseball players, not to mention Fortune 500 CEOs?
It's possible. I've done it. I've done it without cold calling or working 18-hour days, seven days a week. And now I'm going to show you how you can do it too.
Last year, I sold $1 million in training in 27 days for my Teleseminar Secrets program. I did it from a home-based office in Northern California with just one part-time employee. After spending a few hours selling "seats," I discovered that I was making $25,000 an hour for about 41 hours of work.
Do the math and you'll discover that this dollar-per-hour figure outranks that of many elite athletes, not to mention that it puts me on the top-10 list of the highest income CEOs of multi-billion-dollar companies.
So how did I do it?
I chose to do the training via a teleseminar or teleconference - which would allow me to reach many people at once, rather than trying to train them one-on-one. (There aren't enough hours in a day for me to make big money by training people individually.)
A teleseminar is basically a phone call where hundreds of people can listen to the training and interact with the instructor. With the teleseminar, not only can I reach all of these people at one time, I can still give them a taste of "me" while I'm doing it. They feel like they're getting a personalized training approach, and it doesn't take me thousands of hours to accomplish it. That's the real power of the teleseminar - achieving maximum productivity with minimum effort.
I've been doing teleseminars since 1999, which has allowed me to perfect the technique. The "one-on-many" approach is what makes this the fastest, easiest, and most economical of all the communication media on earth. Case closed.
Putting on your own teleseminar is easy. All you need is a bridge line (a telephone system that can connect hundreds of callers at once), a good marketing plan, and something useful and worthwhile to discuss during the call.
1. Setting Up a Bridge Line
One of the bridge lines I use is InstantTeleWebcast.com, which gives you unlimited use for $47 a month. You can also look into Voicetext.com, a service I've used on many occasions.
2. Filling Your Tele-Seats
In order to fill the seats for my Teleseminar Secrets program, I used direct-response marketing methods. One direct-response sales letter can sell hundreds or thousands of people at the same time. It doesn't require a salesperson. The marketing materials do the selling for you. And if you put your promotional material on a website, the marketing materials are doing the selling 24 hours a day, seven days a week. So, again, you are reaching many people as efficiently as possible.
How, exactly, did I fill the seats?
I put together a $20 content-rich preview teleseminar. I paid my affiliates $18 of that $20 for every sale of the preview teleseminar that was made through them, plus a percentage if the buyer purchased the complete program. That way, they were motivated to promote my call.
During the preview teleseminar, I explained the offer, then sent the participants to my website, where they could read my sales letter and make the purchase.
3. Coming Up With Teleseminar-Worthy Topics
You can talk about almost anything in a teleseminar. Just make sure it's a topic that will be useful for your audience. Here are four ideas to get you started:
That's all there is to it.
Set up a bridge line... fill your tele-seats... and come up with an audience-pleasing topic. Put these three steps to work, and you'll have the beginnings of a successful, profitable teleseminar business. This is the model I've used to make $25,000 an hour... and now you can do it too.
[Ed. Note: Alex Mandossian, CEO of Heritage House Publishing Inc., has generated over $233 million in sales and profits for his clients and partners via "electronic marketing" media such as TV infomercials, online catalogs, 24-hour recorded messages, voice/fax broadcasting, teleseminars, webinars, podcasts, and Internet marketing since 1991. You can get Alex's insights into information marketing this fall at ETR's Info Marketing Bootcamp. To get free instant access to Alex Mandossian's blog on Electronic Marketing, please visit AlexMandossian.com.]
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