Use Your Voice To Promote Your Products And Services

Some solo professionals and small business owners really enjoy writing and others prefer speaking.

You don’t have to have a college degree in communications or specialized training to use speaking as a strategy to promote your products or services.

If you enjoy using your voice to build your online business, teleseminars are a fantastic marketing platform. You can invite your e-newsletter subscribers, blog readers, customers, current clients, and social networking friends to attend your teleseminar.

For those that can’t attend, be sure to provide a “replay” link so they can listen to the presentation at their own convenience.

If you spend time on my website, you’ll quickly figure out that I’m a big fan of “Free”. So here are four No-Cost teleseminar resources for you to check out:

  1. FreeConferenceCall.com
  2. NoCostConference.com
  3. FreeConference.com
  4. FreeConferenceCalling.com

Speak up! Speak out! Using your voice is a very effective way to share your expertise, showcase your talents, and let your personality and pizazz shine through.

  • Adrianna Silva

    I’m happy to see the best free best conference call services in your list. Cheers to you and keep up the great work!

    • Thanks for your encouraging words, Adrianna — appreciate the visit!

  • Jack Holland

    Both webinars and teleseminars can be effective tools… but its important to take the opportunity to add branding to the experience for the leads. For example, customize your greeting, play some nice nostalgic hold music, and at least make the “wait” more enjoyable. http://brandedbridgeline.com does this– others that you might consider are uberconference and speek.

  • Melanie:

    Thank you for the freebies. Will definitely check them out and out them to good use. Happy Blogging.

    Jane

    • You’re welcome for the freebie conference calling sites, Jane. 🙂

      There are probably 100’s of other choices, but I’ve seen the best reviews on these ones and I really love Free Conference Calling dot com!

      Thanks for stopping by,
      Melanie

  • Thanks so much for the resources. Sheila and are sisters. We are just getting ready to do conference calls. This will be interesting!

    • Kathy ~

      You’re truly blessed to have Sheila as a sister! I think it’s so neat that the two of you can brainstorm ideas and work together to help one another succeed. You don’t happen to have an extra sister lying around somewhere that you’d be willing to adopt out, do you? 🙂

      Hope you have a lot of fun doing your conference calls!

      Melanie
      Hxxx

  • Since I know now that you’ve got the “bug”, Heather …

    Let me say that it’s a really GOOD bug to have!

    Yes, do check these services out and see which one might fit the bill for you. After all, all of us ladies know that shopping is fun! 🙂

    Much love,
    Melanie

  • Hey Sheila ~

    I’m happy to hear that you’ve used one of the free services I’ve posted here and that you had a very positive experience!

    There are some excellent paid services for conference calling, too, but when a tight budget is the order of the day, it’s always nice to know there are great options.

    Thank you for your visit today,
    Melanie

  • I have been on conference calls done on FreeConferenceCall.com. It was great! I would not have known it was a free service except for the name.

    What a great resources. Thanks

  • Melanie, thanks for the links to the free resources.
    As you know, I had the chance to be interviewed by Dr Terrie a few weeks back and I’ve now got the bug. I did my first webinar soon after and I’m really interested in fining out more. I will be checking out the resources – thank you so much
    Heather xxx