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One of the most common mistakes I see coaches, consultants and other service-based entrepreneurs make in hosting their teleseminars is that they do not “seed” and/or provide compelling information about their upcoming paid program or service throughout the call. Most wait until the very end of the call to even say one word about the specific offer.
There is a way to do this tactfully so that you do not come off as “too salesy”. The first thing you want to do is position your offer right upfront. Let your audience know that since you only have a limited time with them on the call, you promise to give them great, high-value content and will show them how they can get more if they’d like to go deeper on the subject.
Also, make a strong call-to-action(and you don’t have to wait until the very end of the call). Invite them to your sales or squeeze page (not just a page on your main website, but a dedicated page with one specific call-to-action) to learn more about how they can uplevel their life or business and achieve the desired results.
Please share your tips for hosting teleseminars that sell.
Lavada Thompson | Lucrative Online Launch Specialist
Lucratively launch your programs and services online! Even if you have a small list!