31 March 2011

4 Ways To Record And Profit From Teleseminars

teleseminars and teleconferences are a wonderful inexpensive way to attract qualified leads for your business to attract more customers and deliver profitable solutions to your current customers.

I often get asked questions about the technology can be used to record my teleclasses, seminars and teleconferences where I interview experts from around the world on developing your brand and growing your professional services company.

solutions available depending on your vision and strategy for implementation of teleconferences and teleseminars in your business.

Here are 4 options for recording the teleseminar or teleconference.

Option 1 - using a teleconference bridge line

If you just want to record a teleseminar to make it available to your client or teleseminar participants and do not want to edit the recording, you can use a number of no-cost telephone bridge line that also have a recording facility.

Many non-cost teleconferencing services now provide a facility where you can see on the web control panel how many participants on the call and you can turn off and un-mute their lines from the web.

Option 2 - use a paid service record

Paid imaging solutions include audio and Acrobat Audio Generator - both products can use in your business. These tools allow you to record your calls directly to them for a small monthly fee.

can also boost your teleseminar participants that their comments and feedback on your teleseminar on the 24 hour statement lines that are available with the Audio Acrobat and generator.

Option 3 - recording to a computer or digital recorder

If you want to record only your voice, not a guest expert or participant, recording to a computer or digital audio player will allow you access to higher quality recording than on the teleconference bridge.

This is my preferred method of shooting for my branding and business development teleseminar program.

you can set up an external microphone set to record your audio directly into your computer or digital recorder at the same time as leading a teleconference or teleseminar.

using a digital recorder to record the teleseminar, then you will need:

    upload audio files to your computer
    to save the master recording in WAV format which is uncompressed
    to edit recording
    add music and introductions and exits to the call
    and eventually make the recording available to download as MP3, audio CDs, digital stream from a CD or the Internet.

This is a great way to capture high-quality sound at the time of delivery of your teleseminar which you can then use to create a paid information product.

Option 4 - outsourcing recording and editing your teleconferencing

I highly recommend it as a leader of a professional services firm, if you do not have audio expertise into your business to outsource as the minimum edit your audio files to a third party.

third-party service may also record and edit your footage and prepare for the recording transcribed, if necessary, add more perceived value for your teleseminar that allow you to increase the price of your teleseminar or teleconference.

issues to consider are what are the knowledge and tools you need to invest to deliver high quality audio programs.

Two final considerations

There are two final observations, if you plan to deliver an audio program from the web: where you host the audio of your teleseminar after you take and what format you use to record audio to your teleconference participants after the event.

1 Hosting your audio

As you decide where to host the audio, you will need to take into account the storage space and download bandwidth you have available on their web site.

If you do not have a lot of people do not access the audio, it is likely that your current hosting contract will be sufficient.

If you anticipate thousands of downloads from your site You May want to consider a third-party hosting services.

2 Audio Format

The choice of format delivered from the web, such as streaming audio using the buttons play the audio as MP3 files.

Streaming audio means that the listener has to be on your computer to hear the audio play.

Alternatively, you can deliver the product in downloadable MP3 format, which means that listeners can download audio to your computer or MP3 player and listen to audio on your own time.

If the technical elements of how to record your teleseminar or teleconference is holding you back, to determine which of four teleseminars recording options will work best for your business, then plan your first teleconference today.

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