Teleseminar services have become very popular in recent years. This valuable tool can be used for different purposes across many business models. This article discusses four uses, some common and some more uncommon.
1. Online-based businesses adopted these services early due to the geographic distances between the businesses and their customers. Interactive courses are often delivered in this manner, as are sales calls to introduce a product or service to a new market or to existing customers.
2. Stationary retail can also use this technology. For example, let’s say the owner of a trendy women’s clothing store wanted to promote her new spring fashion collection while rewarding her loyal customers. She could send a link to her fan email list and announce the online event. During the call, she was able to direct customers to her website, where she could walk them through photos of new arrivals. At the same time, she could explain the fresh and new trends of the season and offer a special discount word or code at the end. This code would create an incentive for customers to come in and shop!
3. Larger companies can use this communication method to train their employees around the world from a single location. Such training calls can also be recorded and used later, saving the company money by not having to recreate the training each time a new employee is hired. Training can be scheduled at the convenience of employees and on a flexible schedule. Employers might also have a stable of "At any time" Training for cases in which an employee has to work from home, for example in winter when road closures sometimes occur due to ice or snow. Even if a lot of work has to wait for employees to return to the office, permanent topics such as time management or increasing sales can also be learned productively from home.
4. Online learning has also increased in universities and colleges. With the exception of certain courses that require students to gain hands-on experience to master the material, most courses lend themselves well to distance learning. This saves students a great deal of money that would otherwise be spent on commuting, leaving more time for work, childcare, or other classes. Students with disabilities that make commuting difficult are particularly well served with this learning method. Professors can teach from anywhere in the world, allowing colleges and universities to offer a greater variety of courses than is possible in the region. In this increasingly global economy, students who learn to work with students and professors from other countries have an advantage. This method of instruction delivery makes this collaboration much easier than local learning.
These services can help companies train employees, provide marketing opportunities for retail businesses, grow an online business, and create global teaching and learning opportunities. From your favorite local clothing store to major corporations to online businesses and universities, learning by phone and online is certainly here to stay.
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