No one knows the value of seminars more than I do
Bonita Springs, FL (PRWEB) March 31, 2006
Using the power of today's Web video technology, renowned Internet marketing and publishing expert Alan R. Bechtold has put together an ambitious schedule of 16 presentations, conducted by leading experts in a broad variety of marketing and business success arenas.
Bechtold explained he travels a lot. Because he's a well-known expert on online marketing and publishing for businesses of all kinds, he speaks at seminars and training events all over the world on a regular basis, sometimes hitting as many as three different cities in a single week. He also regularly attends seminars, to keep his own level of business and marketing education as up-to-date as possible.
"No one knows the value of seminars more than I do," Bechtold said. "I've seen people who were struggling to make ends meet suddenly take off, building a business into a powerhouse in record time, after attending just one quality live workshop or business and success training event."
Bechtold takes so much time out of his already-busy schedule because he has embarked on a mission to show how businesses -- large or small, wild-eyed dream or well-established and profitable -- can tap Internet publishing and marketing to increase revenues dramatically for very little cost. But, he's seen a major problem -- a Catch-22 that prevents many of the very people who would most benefit from his message from ever benefiting from what he has to teach them: the people who most need the kind of training and information available at a live marketing and business success seminar or workshop are also the ones least able to take time away from their businesses to attend.
"Forget the cost -- usually $1,000 and up per seat -- to attend a quality live business and success seminar," Bechtold said. "That's nothing when compared to the cost of booking airfare and hotel, and giving up irreplaceable time away from the hectic schedules all entrepreneurs must maintain, if they are to succeed."
Bechtold says he knew something had to change, but simply waiting wasn't getting the job done. So, Bechtold launched a solution -- his new Saturday Success Seminar Series, featuring 16 live sessions, conducted by the world's leading experts on marketing and business success.
The presentations have been split up over four Saturdays throughout the month of April, with four presentations taking place each of those Saturdays, April 1, 15, 22 and 29. Everything will be "beamed" directly into the homes or offices of attendees via live Web video. Attendees can see the experts on live video, watch their slide presentations, view example applications -- everything they could do at a comparable live seminar event, including chatting among themselves via a live chat function.
But, there is no need to pack bags, travel, sleep in an unfamiliar bed or take time away from an already-busy schedule to take part in Bechtold's new seminar series.
"I decided it's time to tap the latest online technology, now that broadband capabilities and Web video seminar services have matured, and bring quality up-to-the-minute live marketing and business success training directly to the people who need it most, but have the hardest time getting away," Bechtold said. "And, as a side benefit, because there are no hotels involved in producing this event, charging thousands for a meeting room and as much as $40 for a pitcher of water (yes -- I've seen it!), I can bring this groundbreaking event to anyone with a high-speed Internet connection for just $97, for the entire month-long series of 16 sessions."
Thanks to Bechtold's efforts, business owners and entrepreneurs of all kinds can now sip their favorite beverages and soak up the equivalent of a live three- or four-day seminar or workshop event...in their bathrobes, if they wish, for only $97, with no hidden costs. If nothing else, this should prove beyond doubt that the Web has grown into a powerful broadcast medium.
To find out more, readers should visit http://webinars.sysop.com and learn all about Bechtold's new online Web video seminar series, and register today. "Seats" include the ability to watch missed sessions on-demand throughout the month of May, but sales of "seats" for this month-long event end at midnight eastern, March 31.
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