5 Ways to Promote Your Teleseminar for FREE

Now that you have this great new information to give your target audience via a teleseminar, how are you going to get people to Opt In to the call? This can be an especially daunting task if your current subscriber list is under 1000 people, but it is a pursuit that every information marketer must conquer in order to achieve any amount of success. The first thing you will want to do is to create a plan or strategy of ways that you will get the word out about your call.

Here are 5 FREE ways that you can promote your teleseminar to build your list of subscribers who are eager to hear what you have to say.

Step #1: Use social media! Do not be afraid of places like Facebook and Twitter. Social media sites will be one of your greatest lead generation resources and your presence and regular contribution will generate followers who are looking for exactly the information that you have to give, for free!

Step #2: Write articles and list them with article distribution services. Spend some time brainstorming every possible question your target audience might have and then write 500-1000 word articles answering each and every one of them. Your resource box or bio is where you will give a little shout out for your teleseminar and a link to your Opt In page. Do not forget to include a free offer (like your teleseminar) in this space! A call to action will produce many more leads for you than just displaying your message.

Step #3: Read blogs and forums specific to your niche and comment on them. The more active you are in forums, discussion boards and posting comments about your area of expertise, the greater the amount of traffic that will funnel to your site. Always make sure that you are giving great information (not just promoting yourself) so that people will want to follow you! If you simply post information about you and links to your pitch pages, people will stop following you. However, if you are providing useful tips and comments, people will love you for your wisdom!

Step #4: Email your list and partner with other marketers who have big lists in your niche. Send regular emails to your subscribers. If you do not email your members, you are missing sales opportunities! If you want your subscribers to be happy, there is a fine line between emailing too much and not emailing enough. An email at least once a week is enough to give your list some good information and remind them to come to you for their niche-based needs.

**If your list is still on the small side, find someone with a large list to partner with, so they can email their list about your call! Tell them they can offer your teleseminar as a bonus for one of their product launches. Or better yet, have them sign up for your affiliate program and they can earn commissions if anyone from their list buys from you after the call. Always think win win for everyone involved.

Step #5: List your call with event listing services. There are many services where you can list the details of your call and include a link to your Opt In page. For people who are looking for a call to hop on that day, this can be very helpful and rewarding. List your call on as many of these services as possible if you want maximum exposure and a bigger list of subscribers.

We know of only one service where you can actually have two savvy mompreneurs send out details about your teleseminar for free, twice a day (check resource box). However, the simple listing directories work well too. Remember, the more places you list your call, the more callers will likely be on the line for your teleseminar and the more sales you can potentially make.

Do not underestimate the power of adding your call to one of these free listing services as they are designed to make it easier for you to get the word out about your teleseminar, so you can build your list and make lots of money. Now, go get started with the teleseminar promotion action plan listed above and spread the news about your very important call. Your listeners are waiting for you!


Britt Michaelian, is the co-founder of See You On the Call, a FREE teleseminar listing service that twice a day sends out emails of the hottest teleseminars divided into categories. List your teleseminar for free right now at http://SeeYouOnTheCall.com

Good Viral Marketing Examples – Techniques That Work

Viral marketing is a very effective way to drive traffic to your website and gain exposure for your brand. What exactly is viral marketing? When one of your promotional pieces gets linked to, passed around, and spreads with a life of its own, it has gone viral. In order for something to do this, it has to be of interest to a lot of people. It can offer great value, be shocking, funny or controversial. The idea is to grab the interest of a few people who will want to share your material with a few more and so on.

Here are some viral marketing examples to better help explain.

  1. Funny videos are a great method to use for viral marketing because video sharing is so popular today. Funny or weird videos get shared among friends and posted on blogs and get seen by a lot of eyes. Insert your brand or a link to your website into the video and you have one good example of viral marketing. Remember that your video needs to be unique in some way. There is a lot of competition out there and an average video won’t get very much attention.
  2. Hotmail is often used as the classic example of viral marketing. When they started giving away free email addresses, everyone who used their service also advertised it because a link to Hotmail was automatically included at the bottom of every email sent. More and more people saw the link, clicked it and signed up for a free email address. All these new users then sent out the Hotmail link with every email they sent and so on.
  3. Giving away free ebooks or short reports is another viral marketing example that is pretty popular today. The free report contains advertisements for your website with links back to it. You give the report away and let everyone know they can also give the report away to their friends and subscribers. Pretty soon your free report has a wide circulation and your website gets a lot of free publicity.
  4. Posting gossip or rumors on your blog can sometimes go viral as can posting controversial statements. This is also called link baiting. The purpose is to create a buzz that gets people talking about your post and linking to it. All those web hits and backlinks will be good for your business as long as you do it right. You have to be careful about stirring controversy or making statements that are untrue because it might blow up in your face and even hurt your business.
  5. Viral marketing failures are not uncommon even among big businesses with huge advertising budgets. It is difficult to predict what will take off and what will be a flop. There are many good viral marketing examples you can learn from such as Burger King’s Subservient Chicken video and Blendtec’s “Will it Blend?” videos. These were successful in part because they were interactive and unique.

Remember also to make your video or report easy to be shared. Allow your videos to be embedded on other websites and let your reports be freely shared. For the average webmaster the point to keep in mind is to over deliver on value whether it is in the form of a hilarious video or an informative report. Create something that people can’t wait to share with their friends and you will have a viral marketing success on your hands.


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