Teleseminars: Communicate with Your Visitors

Holding a teleseminar takes patience, planning and true professionalism. If you are holding a teleseminar always remember to communicate thoroughly with your audience. What I mean by “thoroughly” is don’t only send them email message reminders, but also give them a call. As long as your opt-in form has an area where they can enter their first name, email address and phone number, you’re good to go! By giving your visitors and prospects a call you are personalizing your contact with them. You’re making them feel special and they are respecting you not only as an authority but also as a very professional and trustworthy individual that in the end they’ll feel comfortable giving you their credit card information to “make the sale”!

So, if you’ve read any of my past articles on teleseminars, you know I strongly recommend voice mail blasts. That’s right. Calling your prospect and confirming the teleseminar details is a sure way to increase your call-in numbers. What you do with voice blasts is you’ll call your opt-in visitor an hour in advance, then a half an hour before the call and then send them a quick email fifteen minutes before the call giving them the call-in details. You will reconfirm the details you’ve already messaged them in your voice mail blast. Your email should sound something like this:

“Hi, here’s the phone numbers again and I just wanted to let you know, I’m on the other line waiting for you. Now that you have the phone in your hand, it’s going to be pretty easy for you to dial in.” Something to that.

They’ll think that you’re organized and professional and they will value your reminder messages to them. Remember, your JV speaker on the call is most likely going to sell something to your audience. But make sure you sell at the end of the call.

What I usually do at the end of the call with my JV partner is I will give the speaker the URL to drive everybody to. I do this so that they can go through and order from the location that I want them to – that’s the location associated with this particular JV’s teleseminar. I also may set up a voice mail that’s specifically designed for them, for – basically, what that offer says online when the people go to it. I’ll also have a voice mail that says that same exact thing to get people to go there, too. I’ll ensure that everything is set up so that all the money comes to me first. This ensures I keep track of the sales being made. I get access to the money because this is my teleseminar and my list.

After we do that, then the last thing is, I pay my JV partner 30 days out. It’s a 50/50 split on all the deals that I do. I suggest you do the same because you need to make this a win-win for both you and your JV partner. Afterall, all they had to do was talk for an hour and make thousands of dollars in return. It’s a pretty sweet deal. You too can make deals like this if you only set them up and just make it happen!

Warmest regards,

Matt Bacak

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