Webinars and Teleseminars: Benefits to Nonprofits

Teleseminars and webinars open the doors to expanding your network, providing education and training to clients and prospects, creating information products that you can distribute, meet and interact with people around the globe, and at the same time save money.  This article will use Instant Teleseminar as an example of one of the systems that is available for starting your own teleseminars.

Teleseminars - networking and education

Teleseminars - networking and education

Teleseminars use the telephone and the internet. You and one or more co-hosts can present your topic using the phone and your attendees listen by phone.  It is similar to a conference call but there are more facilities and control on the interaction.

A webinar has a visual component – and you may be using a powerpoint or other documents that the audience can view and you can control.

There are several different ways you can use a teleseminar.  You may be educating your audience on a topic, introducing them to one of your products or services, or you may find it works for you as a way of meeting with colleagues and work groups that may be scattered geographically.  You can consider using it for board meetings for your organization if the board members have to come from a distance.  A teleseminar is also an excellent way to interview and present experts and resources as a benefit to your target groups.

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About Denise

Internet and media strategies for nonprofits, film, travel writing and photography
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