Group Teleconference Calls

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One of the most valuable components of the TopLine Business Solutions program is what happens AFTER the live training. It’s the ongoing support that our consultants get on a regular basis.

In addition to the daily emails that contain current and relevant information that keeps our consultants informed with the latest strategies that top marketing experts make available, the research that our staff uncovers from a variety of publications and online sources, what I learn from attending or speaking at other seminars and workshops, and what we and other TopLine consultants are using in our own practices,  the regular Group Teleconference Calls are a big hit.

I’m fortunate enough to belong to the Speakers And Authors Networking Group (SANG). It’s an invitation-only group of the highest level speakers, authors, trainers and experts who gather regularly to openly share our expertise with each others.

On a regular basis, I either interview, or am interviewed by some of the members of this group, as well as other experts. We record the calls so we can let our clients benefit from our experiences and what’s working in today’s competitive marketplace. While these interviews are good and our consultants enjoy them, the most value unquestionably comes from the interviews we do with our own consultants. After all, they’re in the same business and are using the same systems and strategies with their clients, so how they use those systems and the results they get are of critical interest to other consultants.

Here is a partial snapshot of a handful of interviews that are available to our consultants after they complete their training.

As you can see, the topics are varied and address some critical areas of interest to beginning as well as advanced consultants.

Just this morning I interviewed Jim Palmer, an expert on newsletters, SEO and Social Media, and turning businesses around. Then this afternoon, I was interviewed by Melanie Benson Strick, who pulled information out of me that she can use for her own clients. Both of these brand new interviews will be posted on our teleconference site for our consultants to listen to at their convenience.

Last weekend I was at Joe Polish and Dean Jackson’s I Love Marketing seminar where Dan Kennedy, Robert Cialdini (author of “Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion” and his latest book, “Yes!”), Eben Pagan, and Dean Graziosi spoke. From there I caught a plane to Los Angeles where I appeared on a panel at Melanie Benson Strick’s 3-day event. And this weekend, I’ll be at Jeff Walker’s 3-day Product Launch Formula event in Scottsdale.

The reason I tell you this, is because I am constantly on the lookout for new ideas, cutting edge strategies, and the latest things that are working in today’s tough economy that I can pass on to our consultants. Plus, I hook up with people, colleagues, and peers that I haven’t seen for awhile, renew old friendships, make new ones, and take the opportunity to record conversations with them that I can pass on to our consultants.

So, the TopLine program isn’t an “Attend-Training-Go-Home-And-Never-Hear-From-Us-Again” program like so many other seminars being sold with so-called, self-proclaimed “gurus.” Not at all.

I’ve been in business for more than 45 years, and I have a stellar reputation for producing results… the kind that you can take to the bank. There’s no way we could claim more than 1,100 consultants in 36 countries, get corporate sponsorships to offset the prices we charge, and donate so much money to cancer awareness, detection, and prevention, if we didn’t produce results.

In short, the TopLine system works… we make sure it does. If you have ever thought of how you can start, run, and profit from your own 6 or 7-figure consulting practice, the time has never been better or more lucrative than now. The worse the economy gets, the better it is for our consultants. We get several calls a week from business owners who are looking for help on how to weather these unusual economic times. We simply can’t handle all the requests ourselves, so we pass these leads on to our consultants.

If there’s anything I can do to help you in your own consulting practice, or if you’re not already a consultant but are interested in learning more about how to develop your own successful practice, please let me know… I’ll do my best to help you get the success you want and that you deserve.

Martin Howey, CEO
TopLine Business Solutions







2 Comments for this entry

  • I a physically handicapped but can ambulate with a walker and drive aa car. What would be the best ways for me to market given my physical limitations?

  • Martin Howey says:

    Hi David… There are a number of ways to market your services, and our consultants use nearly all of them. Some send letters or postcards by postal mail, others use email or blog posts, some do teleconferences or webinars; radio advertising is another method, and of course, referrals from current clients, centers of influence, or joint ventures or strategic alliances work well.

    “Physical limitations” don’t have to be a limiting factor when it comes to marketing. While I was undergoing treatment for my cancer, I was laid up in the hospital for 3 weeks and unable to make phone calls or get out to physically see prospects or clients. Then there was the four months of bed rest following my chemo and radiation treatments… again, unable to get out of the house. But with all the other forms of marketing (that I just mentioned), I was still able to connect with people and carry on my business.

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