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How to Make $25K an Hour Working from Home with a Good Idea and a Telephone

Feb 4, 2008
If you could reach hundreds of customers in the same time it took you to reach just one, you'd jump at the opportunity, right? And if you could make more money in an hour than elite professional athletes or Fortune 500 CEOs, you'd want to know how, wouldn't you?

It's possible. And you can do it without cold calling or working 18-hour days, seven days a week. How? By embracing teleseminars.

One teleseminar trainer I know made more than $1 million in less than a month by spending a few hours a week selling "tele-seats" to teleseminars. It turned out the trainer 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 elite athletes such as LeBron James, Ken Griffey Jr. and the recently retired Mario Lemieux, not to mention that it puts the trainer on the top 10 list of the highest income CEOs of multi-billion dollar companies.

So how can you do it? Here's how...

First, select a model to conduct the training. You'll want a model where you can do one-to-many training rather than one-to-one, because if you tried to do this via one-to-one, it would be impossible. There aren't enough hours in a day anyone me to reach that many people individually.

So what should you choose? The teleseminar or teleconference.

Teleseminars provide information, training, or promote or sell products to group of people interested in a particular topic. They're similar to traditional seminars in content and purpose, but they're given over a teleconference or bridge line rather than at a specific location. Hundreds, or even thousands of people, can listen to the training and interact with the instructor. Audiences like teleseminars because they don't require the hassle or expense of traveling to a live seminar. And the beauty is that anyone with something to teach or a product to sell can do a teleseminar.

If you're serious about teleseminars, invest in a good phone and a land line. You don't want to do your teleseminars on a cell phone or a cordless. You don't want to risk dead batteries, poor reception or background static. Spend some money, and buy a nice phone. Once you've done that, you can conduct your teleseminars from the comfort of your home, your office or virtually anywhere else in the world.

But what's really great about teleseminars is that you can reach so many people at one time and still give them a taste of "you" in the process. They feel like they're getting personalized attention, and it doesn't take you thousands of hours to accomplish this. That's the real power of the teleseminar - achieving maximum productivity with minimum effort.

To fill seats, I recommend you use direct response marketing methods, which are another version of one-to-many. One sales letter can sell to hundreds or thousands of people at the same time. It doesn't require a person to do the selling... The marketing materials do the selling for you. And if you put your promotional materials on a web site, the marketing materials will be doing the selling 24 hours a day, seven days a week, reaching many people as efficiently as possible.

The "one-on-many" approach is what truly makes teleseminars the fastest, easiest and most economical of all the communication mediums on earth.
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Online Marketing Expert Alex Mandossian helps authors, speakers, consultants, entrepreneurs and small business owners maximize their online profits with minimal time and effort. To learn more online book marketing strategies, log on to http://www.AlexMandossian.com
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