Tag: webinars

Webinars, Teleseminars, and Online Events

Webinars, Teleseminars, and Online Events

You can take advantage of technology to deliver educational programs around the globe. Webinars and teleseminars are events conducted online or by phone. With a teleseminar, participants dial in to a conference line to listen in on an instructional program or interview, and often participate in Q&A. With webinars, participants can view an online presentation, […]

How to Be Interviewed – Guest Post by Karl W. Palachuk

How to Be Interviewed – Guest Post by Karl W. Palachuk

I interview a lot of people. They’re all professionals in their fields, so you’d think it would be easy to get a great interview. Sometimes, however, it’s surprisingly difficult. As a writer and a professional, being interviewed is a great way to establish your credibility in your field. This includes appearing on podcasts, radio programs, […]

Content Marketing Strategy, Part II: How to Host Your Own Teleseminar

Content Marketing Strategy, Part II: How to Host Your Own Teleseminar

In the last post, we talked about using webinars and teleseminars to help build your audience. In this post, we’ll go over how to host your own teleseminar as a way to boost content marketing efforts. Decide on a topic and how you plan to deliver it. Will it be a Q&A with a guest, […]

Content Marketing Strategy, Part I: Teleseminars and Webinars

Content Marketing Strategy, Part I: Teleseminars and Webinars

A teleseminar is essentially a conference call held over the phone to a broad audience, while a webinar adds a visual component on the computer—usually a presentation or online demonstration of some sort. I am a fan of both options, provided they’re conducted without too much hype. Teleseminars can be a great outlet for attracting […]

Book and Business Promotion Tool: Host Webinars and Teleseminars

Book and Business Promotion Tool: Host Webinars and Teleseminars

By now you’re probably familiar with webinars and teleseminars. A webinar is an event conducted on a computer, which typically shows slides or a visual demonstration to attendees. A teleseminar is conducted by phone, where participants dial in to a conference line and listen to the host either present some kind of material or interview […]