I’d like to invite you to join me and my friend Jeff Goins for a free, LIVE platform-building teleseminar on Thursday, June 20th at 8:00 p.m. Eastern Time (7:00 p.m. Central, 6:00 p.m. Mountain, 5:00 p.m. Pacific).
During the call, I’ll be interviewing Jeff, who will share how he …
- Attracted an audience of over 100,000 monthly readers,
- Built one of the most popular writing blogs on the web, and
- Became a professional author and speaker in less than two years.
Jeff will also be available to answer live questions—a perfect opportunity for you to ask anything you want about writing, blogging, or publishing. But here’s the catch: You MUST register to participate.
What You’ll Learn
We will begin by hearing Jeff’s story of how he went from frustrated blogger to published author. We’ll explore the steps he took to “turn pro” as a writer, which allowed him to quit his job and pursue his passion full-time.
Specifically, we’ll cover five topics:
- The secret weapon most A-list bloggers used to build their platforms
- How to get a book deal without worrying about rejection
- The five types of platforms and which one is right for you
- Why you should self-publish NOW
- The little-known techniques you can use to connect with anyone
And, of course, Jeff will answer your specific questions. The call will last forty-five minutes to an hour, including the Q&A portion.
How to Register
This call is FREE. You can access it LIVE by phone or a streaming web audio player. And yes, we’ll have a recording after the call, but you’ll need to register in order to get access to it.
Please note: we only have room for 3,000 people on this teleseminar. (That’s the limit imposed by our hosting company.) Therefore, you must register now to participate.
I am really excited about this free workshop. Publishing is one of my favorite topics and Jeff is a great example of what it takes to succeed as an author in the world of new media. We’re both hopeful that this free event gives you a jumpstart on building (or expanding) your platform, finding your tribe, and getting published.
If you still have questions, read the FAQs below.
Q: What is a teleseminar?
A: Think of it as a giant conference call. You dial in (or listen via streaming web audio), along with others and listen while I share and answer questions.
Q: How much does this cost?
A: It’s free. If you choose to access the LIVE call via phone, you may incur standard long-distance charges if you choose a dial-in number that is not local to you (there are multiple dial-in number options). Other than that, no fee at all.
Q: What is the date and time?
A: The LIVE call will take place on Thursday, June 20th, at 8:00 pm Eastern Time (7:00 pm Central, 6:00 pm Mountain, 5:00 pm Pacific).
Q: How can I access the LIVE call?
A: You’ll have two options. Our call capacity is 3,000 total. Five hundred can access the call via phone, the rest via streaming web audio (listening via your computer). Access is on a first-come, first-served based on registration and which access option you chose. We will notify you prior to the call with the specific phone number and web address.
Q: I can’t make the LIVE call. Will there be a recording?
A: Yes, we will make the recording available after the LIVE call. You’ll have the option to listen to the replay online or download an MP3 file. But you must register in order to get it.
Q: How do I ask a question for you to answer during the call?
A: When you register there will be an option for you to submit a question. We’ll do our best to answer as many questions as possible during the LIVE call. However, we will likely not get to all of them. We’ll try to make sure I address common themes.
Q: Do I need any special equipment?
A: No, nothing special needed. You won’t need to download anything to access the call. If you use the dial-in access then you simply make a phone call. If you use the streaming web access then you simply open a web browser, click play, and listen. I will send the instructions to you via email.
Q: When do I get access information after I register?
A: We will send you access information via email a day or two before the call and a reminder email on the day of the call.