Contrary to popular beliefs, selling teleseminars can be quite easy these days. As long as you know the ropes of internet marketing and as long as you are willing to spend enormous time doing marketing related tasks, you’ll be able to boost your teleseminar sales in no time.
Here’s how you can excel at selling teleseminars:
1. Know your audience. To easily connect with those people who are most likely to buy from you, spend some time knowing their online behavior to make your marketing strategies focused and targeted. Start by knowing the websites that they usually visit. These could be blogs, forums, social networking sites, directories, etc. These are the best places where you should post your banner ads and where you should promote your business. Then, get to know the terms that they are using on search engines when they are doing research online. These are the keywords that you need to target on your content base marketing solutions and on your ads so they will fare well on relevant searches.
2. Advertising budget. How much are you willing to spend for your advertising cost? You will need to know this ahead of time to make sure that you’ll profit from this endeavor. Let me give you an example; if you spend $15,000 on your advertising cost and you only make $10,000, that means you will not only get your ROI, you will also lose money in the long run. Do your research and figure out your projected sales and revenue before you actually decide on your advertising budget.
3. Use free advertising tools. Using free advertising tools can also offer you the same benefits as with those paid advertising tools without really hurting your pockets. Promote your teleseminars using ezine publishing, article marketing, forum posting, blog marketing, and email marketing. Although these tools will require you to spend more hours in front of your computer (as you need to type your content), you will have a guarantee that you’ll be able to drive quality traffic to your website and generate more sales leads without shelling out a single dime.
4. Work harder. If you intend to increase your sales by up to a hundredfold this month, you’ve got to double the time that you spend in doing marketing related tasks. Write more articles, be more active on forums, post more banner ads on relevant websites, and increase your knowledge on internet marketing.
What do you know about the future of the robotics? Well, we can’t say anything for sure as technology is evolving at a rapid pace in all areas, such as artificial intelligence and machine learning. However, one thing is obvious: Robots will have a great role in the life of a common man as well, not to mention that they will be used in the industries as well.
A research firm made 10 predictions for robotics that we are going to talk about in this article. The list has some really interesting forecasts that may have a great impact on our society and business.
Robots And the future of surgery
Nowadays, surgeons are using robotics in their surgical operations. As a matter of fact, technological development in AI, navigation, computer vision, MEMS sensor and other technologies have been making the robots consistently better.
Moreover, robotics will speed up the process of innovation, hence disrupting and modifying the paradigm of the future business operations. In addition, robotics can sharpen the competitive edge of a company by improving quality, and increasing productivity. Given below are some predictions that will help you get a glimpse of the future of robotics.
1. Growth of Robotics
In 2019, about 30% of the use of robotics in industries will be in the form of a RaaS model of business. This will help businesses cut down on the cost of robot deployment.
2. Robotics Officer
In 2019, about 30% of the major organizations of the world will use a chief robot officer in order to make their businesses better.
3. Evolving Competition
In 2020, large organizations will be able to choose from different vendors with the entrance of new players in the multi-billion dollar industry of information and communications in order to increase the deployment of robotics.
4. Talent Race
In 2020, the growth of robots will boost the talent race. As a result, about 35% of the jobs related to robotics will be vacant and the mean salary will go up by at least 60%.
In 2019, the governments will introduce new regulations related to robots in order to preserve jobs and resolve privacy, safety and security concerns.
6. Software-defined robots
In 2020, about 60% of these machines will rely on cloud-based apps in order to introduce new skills, apps and cognitive capabilities. As a result, the world will see a robotic marketplace that will be cloud-based.
7. Collaborative robots
In 2018, about 30% of the robots will be smart collaborative machines that will be 300% faster than the robots of today. Plus, they will be safely work around humans.
In 2020, about 40% of the commercially available robots will be part of a net of shared intelligence. As a result, the overall operational efficiency of the robots will go up by 200%.
9. Automating of operations
Two years from now, around 35% of the big organizations, such as health, logistics, and utilities will use the robots for the purpose of automating operations.
In 2018, around 45% of the major international e-commerce companies will use robots in their delivery operations and fulfillment warehousing.
So, hopefully, this will give you a pretty good idea of how the robotics will shape the world in a few years from now.
“He’s funny when he gets annoyed,” my daughter said.
“He threw a tantrum!” my son claimed after winning a game of quick tap.
If you listen to my kids talk, you’d think they were talking about a friend or a pet.
The thing is, what they are talking about is one of the biggest and hottest trends in electronics… one that is about to become a big deal for stock market investors.
You see, my kids are talking about Cozmo, the little robot I managed to get them for Christmas.
Anki, the company that makes Cozmo, sold out of the robot before Christmas. It’s back in stock now, and my sources say that Cozmo continues to sell well even after the Christmas rush.
Cozmo has fascinated my kids since Christmas morning. They speak to it as if it were a real person, and they love the few games and skills that Cozmo comes ready to play.
But this is only the beginning for robots.
The Hot Item at CES
You’re going to hear a lot more about robots. The Consumer Electronics Show – or more commonly known as CES – is going on in Las Vegas.
In fact, robots are such a big deal at CES 2017 that all of Friday’s show is dedicated to these amazing machines.
You should keep up with what’s happening with robots because they are a critical component of the Internet of Things (IoT) revolution.
According to an IDC research report released yesterday, the IoT revolution is going to generate $1.7 trillion in economic value by 2020. In fact, last year was the biggest year for robot startups, with $1.95 billion spent on 128 companies.
As an investor, it’s critical for you to track new, cutting-edge robotics products like Cozmo because I believe many of the companies making these machines will go public in 2017, leading to incredible profits from their shares.
One company that I’ve mentioned – Impinj, a maker of IoT sensors used in retail – had its initial public offering (IPO) on July 21 at $14 a share. The shares hit a post-IPO high of $41.91 recently, resulting in early investors raking in nearly 200% in about five months. Those are phenomenal gains in a few months that most investors never make in a lifetime!
Nutanix, another IoT IPO on September 30, priced at $16. The stock soared to a high of $46.78 in two days, delivering an unbelievable gain of 193%. Stunning gains for any investor!
The Must-Have Assistant
I believe these kinds of gains are just the tip of the iceberg for what’s coming in 2017. I’ve already told you to look for Anki, the maker of Cozmo, when it finally goes public.
Another robot company to watch for is Mayfield Robotics.
Mayfield makes Kuri, another consumer-friendly robot that’s featured at CES 2017.
This robot wanders around your home, acting as your personal assistant. Kuri can answer questions as well as monitor your pets, children or aged parents. It can help monitor your house and do things for you that would currently require a PC, smartphone or tablet using services such as Google, Skype, etc.
The key to Kuri’s adoption as a household robot is that it offers convenience and a new benefit – the ability to monitor people, pets and things you value when you’re not home.
Mayfield is selling Kuri for $699.
Profit From the Revolution
Now, Kuri and Cozmo are likely to be successes and could launch the companies that make them significantly higher once they start trading on the stock exchanges.
But the really massive robot opportunity in the IoT mega trend is in the use of machines in industry and business. That’s where I believe you’re going to find the Google-type winners in the stock market. Google has soared more than 1,500% since its IPO in 2004.
And in time, some of these IPOs will generate even bigger gains – like Cisco’s gain of 40,000% during the last tech boom.
You can capture some of the gains from the IoT robot opportunity by buying a specialty exchange-traded fund (ETF), such as the Renaissance IPO ETF (NYSE Arca: IPO), or a focused ETF, such as the Robo Global Robotics & Automation ETF (Nasdaq: ROBO).
Popularity of the state-of-the-art electric cars is on the rise. According to an industry source, by 2020, electric cars will be in vogue worldwide, and their global sales will rise up to $635 billion.
With this rise in demand for electric cars, the need for appropriate universal charging systems will be felt more vividly; And this can be made possible only through the dialogs and concerted efforts of the policy makers, car manufacturers, researchers working in the field of automobile science, and consumers all across the world.
Now, coming to the reason behind the increased popularity of electric cars, the mechanism that drives these car engines requires an optimal economic structure. The vehicles also require lesser automotive parts, and most of them are cheaper than those required for other available diesel or petrol cars in the market. But the most significant advantage of electric cars is that they cut down to emission level to the lowest, and in today’s time this is very vital, as ensuring sustainable development through the use of renewable energy sources is the need of the hour.
However, there is a challenge in the way of developing these alternative energy driven cars. The cost of a high-capacity rechargeable battery amounts to almost two-third of the cost of the electric cars, and this makes them quite an expensive buy for the consumers. Additionally, the issue of the recharging standard is also there.
Nevertheless, all the leading nations, pioneering the cause of sustainable development, are working towards this critical issue. Cutting-edge technologies are being discovered every alternate day. It is expected that a solution will be worked out soon, and alternative mobility solutions like electric cars will be able put up a grand show in the years to come.