Things are going on right now in information marketing that you need to know about. You can’t see them. You can’t touch them. But they could help you make money online, and the only thing you need to do is tune in to what’s going on.
Specifically, I am talking about expanding your information marketing business with audio, video and tele-seminars. For example, earlier today, I conducted a tele-seminar with a few dozen participants. I’ll have another one going on tomorrow night. I could pretty much do one every day, if I wanted to, but I like to go out and party now and then, too.
Let me show you just how easy it is to set up a tele-seminar. You can hop on the Internet right now and go over to a site called GoToWebinar.com. They offer an online event service for a flat fee of just $99 a month. You can even try it out for free and make sure that it’s all they say it is.
Each tele-seminar, or "webinar" if you prefer the latest buzz word, can hold up to a thousand participants. That’s like filling a huge auditorium. You can set up, deliver and monitor your events from any location. And you can use the service as much as you want—even 24 hours a day, if you like.
It wasn’t so long ago that a service like this was unthinkable. And even if it had been available, it would have cost you a couple of healthy limbs.
I talked to Jay Abraham a while back. He’s kind of like the godfather of modern marketing. Anyway, he was telling me about the 1980’s, when the first bridge lines came out. I don’t remember the exact numbers, but he was saying a single bridge line back then could hold only about 50 people. It cost him somewhere in the vicinity of $30,000 a month, or maybe more!
Now, for $99 you can get 1,000 participants attending at once. Your access is unlimited, day and night. It’s just unbelievable how much technology is changing the face of information marketing. But it gets even better.
Right now, I can get a bridge line for free. That’s right. I don’t have to pay a cent. I can go over to FreeConferenceCall.com and get a bridge line that will hold up to a hundred people for nothing.
And it gets even better than that. The hosts will record the session for me in an audio format I can download afterwards—for free! If I want, I can transcribe it and turn it into a book, or an e-zine, or articles, or give it away as free-line content. I pay not a penny to develop new information products. How do you beat that?
So, the bottom line is that technology is evolving right under our noses. Some of us will pay attention, take advantage, and reap the benefits through information marketing. Others will completely miss the opportunity to make money online.
I sure know which side of the advancing technology frontier I want to be on. Don’t you?
Source: Neil Asher