Our First Live Blogging Teleconference

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Last night Joel and I facilitated our first live teleconference as part of the support for the Income Blogging Guide delegates.

We used https://www.hidefconferencing.com/ for the teleconference service.

With this service, as moderator, you can mute all other callers. They can request to speak through a “hand-raising” feature, and you can mute and un-mute individuals online. It’s real simple.

Last week we tested it and all worked fine.

We sent out the invite email to all the membership sign-ups.

Yesterday, we tested it again. Being our first one, we wanted everything to go well.

“First impressions count”, we thought.

“How many do you think will turn up?” I asked Joel.

“Hopefully, all of them!”

“I doubt it. It would be nice to have a few on, to get the questions started”.

The time was getting closer to the actual start.

“Shall we test again?”

“Yeah – let’s”

We did and all was working fine.

We wrote our opening script and decided who would open and what we would say.

We both logged into the teleconference service, 10 minutes before the actual start time.

We waited, nervously.

Someone joined us.

Another joined. Then another. Then another. Then more and more.

We were up to capacity. There were no more lines available.

Joel pressed the ‘record’ button and we were off!

Over ninety minutes of keen and eager individuals asked us question after question after question. It was great fun.

Just some of the topics we covered included:

–         Advantages of premium themes

–         How to start Guest posting

–         How and where to get great header banners designed

–         How to reduce your hosting overheads by using add-on domains

–         The tactics to triple your back-links, every time you post a blog

–         Choosing a niche

–         Having a hook and how to be different to the competition

–         Traffic getting plugins

–         Using a static page as a home page

–         Transferring a site to WordPress

–         Getting e-book covers designed

We finished.

“I hope I pressed the record button” stated Joel

“Yeah, so do I!”

He had.

We added the recording to the private forum for all those who couldn’t make the live call.

I came off the call on a high. The adrenaline, I suppose, of being able to help people and being able to answer all their questions.

It’s such a great feeling when you have very keen and excited people wanting to progress their on-line business. It makes it easier when people are positive, energized and thankful.

Joel and I hold our next one in a week’s time and I cannot wait. I hope it goes as well.

Check out all the support bonuses and get yourself a free premium theme by checking out the complete Income Blogging Guide Course.

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5 Responses to Our First Live Blogging Teleconference

  1. Dennis Edell January 17, 2010 at 7:13 pm #

    Did I miss an email on this?
    .-= Dennis Edell´s last blog ..Have You Given To Haitian Relief? =-.

    • Andrew Rondeau
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      January 18, 2010 at 9:22 am #

      No, Dennis, you didn’t.

      Only members of our Blogging Membership course get invited. Sorry!

      Andrew

  2. Olusegun January 21, 2010 at 6:03 am #

    what is the mode of payment?

    If it is paypal alone then i guess i’d just have to wait till i can get one whenever that is.

    Glad to know your first call was very successful. i think you did a great job with the promotion as i got emails from Lee and Dan Lok.

    Cheers Andrew.

    • Andrew Rondeau
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      January 21, 2010 at 8:51 am #

      Olusegun

      Paypal or credit card is the payment. The promotion has gone well. Hard work, though! With the numbers we have signed up, we will be closing access to the membership very soon.

      Andrew

  3. Robert Doebler August 16, 2011 at 8:57 am #

    I can imagine how exciting the feeling that has been. It’s just so nice to have a work that has something to do with helping people. That’s bliss! It’s very seldom that we find it in our previous corporate jobs.

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