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How To Teach Seminar Courses By Phone… And Earn $800 Per Student

By senoff.michael@gmail.com On November 3, 2008 No Comments

Marcia is a publicity and marketing expert who charges $800 per student for her by-phone seminar courses. And with 12 people in each class, she’s earning almost $10,000 a session! According to her, anyone can teach classes and make a nice living doing it.

All you have to do is pick a subject you’re good at and follow her easy steps for success. And in this audio, you’ll hear all about the strategies and tools you’ll need to get started today.

The beauty of teaching classes by phone is that it can all be done from the comfort of your home. So it doesn’t matter where you live, when you conduct your classes or even if you’re teaching in your pajamas. You’re the boss so you’ll get to decide all the details.

But the best part of conducting by-phone seminars is that you can record all your sessions and sell them as an informational home-study product when you’re done – and make even more money!

You’ll Also Hear…
  All about these tele-courses and ideas for bumping up the “perceived value” of yours
  How to promote and fill your classes – even if you don’t have a list to mail to!
  Why you may want to limit the number of students in each session – and why Marcia suggests a maximum of 12
  Some challenges of putting on courses – and how to overcome them
  How long each session should be and how many sessions Marcia recommends you conduct
  What kind of deposit Marcia charges and what refund policy works best for her
  How to make sure you’re not excluding international students from your classes
  Why Marcia always ends her sessions with a question and answer period and how she keeps all her students on track

According to Marcia, these audio courses are similar to college classes where students learn set principles, have homework, receive handouts and work toward achieving goals. This is what sets her courses apart from regular tele-seminars and is also what makes them appealing to people from all walks of life.
 
So it doesn’t matter whether you’re good at sales, marketing, Italian cooking or reading palms. If you can teach someone a skill, you’ll be able to find an audience for your classes – and get paid thousands of dollars for your time. And this 45-minute interview is just the place to get started. 

At no cost, no obligation, no commitment you’re invited to preview the Volume 1 of the new home study system for online marketers, publishers and speakers, we call it Audio Marketing Secrets.

Go to . . .

http://www.hardtofindseminars.com/Audio_Marketing_Secrets.htm



How To Take Charge Of Your Publicity And Sell Yourself To The Media

By senoff.michael@gmail.com On November 3, 2008 No Comments

From the moment this interview starts, you’ll understand why Jill Lublin is considered a publicity expert. She directs the structure of the interview before I even ask the first question.

And Jill really knows what she’s talking about. As the author of three books on publicity and networking, she’s spoken around the world and has done countless TV and radio interviews.

So in this audio, you’ll hear her tips and techniques for building the kind of publicity that will get you noticed including how to develop a message, how to deliver that message, and how to make the most of the press coverage you get. She’s also including a deal for hardtofindseminars.com listeners on a full-day course that will help you craft the perfect publicity package – bio, message, press releases and more.

Key Interview Points…
  How to land TV and radio spots and ways to make the most of them
  How to structure your message so that it’s media-friendly and media-worthy
  Examples of how Jill “name drops” her products into every interview
  Simple strategies that will get you ongoing recognition so you can capitalize on that “I-heard-of-you-somewhere” factor
  All about Jill’s book deals – how much she got paid and how they made her career
  Why you should always say “yes” when the media asks for an interview – even if you don’t know a thing about the subject matter
  How to prepare a press release that won’t end up in the recycling bin of your media contacts
  Internet tools for leveraging your publicity
  The biggest mistake Jill’s ever made – and how you can easily avoid making something similar

According to Jill, even if you’ve written a successful book, you can’t rely on your publisher to promote it. So in this interview you’ll learn how to take charge of your publicity no matter what you’re selling. Remember, you’re the only one who’s going to make sure your name gets out there – and that it’s spelled correctly when it does.  

To listen to the this interview, go to:  http://www.hardtofindseminars.com/Jill_Lublin_Interview.htm



How To Revolutionize Your Marketing With Automated Voice Technology

By senoff.michael@gmail.com On November 3, 2008 No Comments

If you take a quick look through your local Yellow Pages, you’ll see hundreds of similar ads, each claiming to be the best company around. And since everyone’s ad is basically the same, consumers are left to choose a business based on price alone.

So in this interview, you’ll hear a new strategy that will help you set your business apart from the competition while also weeding out price-checkers in the process.

Meet Jeff Troyer. Jeff is the Vice President of Automatic Response Technologies (ART), a company that specializes in helping businesses transform their marketing strategies using little more than the phone and an automated voice system.

The idea behind ART is simple. Consumers are directed to an 800-number where they’ll hear a no-pressure 24 hour free recorded message. After listening to the message, they’ll be prompted to select an option. They can request your newsletter, hear testimonials, leave their contact information, etc. And because they’re choosing to take action steps without being pressured, you’re qualifying and educating prospects without ever lifting a finger.

You’ll Also Hear…

√ Exactly how ART works – – even the biggest techno-phobes will easily be able to work this system
√ Why consumers prefer to listen to an automated message rather than talk to a salesperson directly – and strategic ways to take advantage of that
√ A Yellow Page ad that will get prospects to call you – before they call anyone else
√ How to use the system to track callers, export phone numbers and create as many lists as you want
√ Easy tips for using automated messages to get new clients – and stay in touch with old ones
√ How an automated system can be used in conjunction with a help-wanted ad – and screen out unqualified applicants before the interview process even begins
 How to use the system to get a highly targeted direct mail list – Jeff says his system can retrieve more than 70% of your callers’ addresses!

Most business people spend way too much time answering the same two or three questions every time they pick up the phone. With an automated message system, you can put an end to all that hassle while also giving customers 24-hour access to your message.

So for the next hour, you’ll hear how you can use an automated voice system to save time and money, generate better leads, and stay connected to your existing clients. And if you’re interested, at the end of the recording you’ll also hear about a special offer being offered to only hardtofindseminars.com listeners that will get you started right away for less then what others have to pay. Enjoy the interview.

Now lets get going.  www.hardtofindseminars.com