New Podcasting Model Disrupts the Conference Calling Industry and Enhances Marketing and Consumption

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While hundreds of conference calls take place every day, hardly any are convenient to the participant’s schedule, attention span or can easily be reviewed if missed. Pioneer internet marketers are taking advantage of the growing trend of user convenience via podcasted audios.

A new generation of internet savvy, content hungry, impatient, instant-gratification seeking consumers are looking to a new podcasting model as the ultimate in time shifted media consumption.

“When I first heard of Podference, it made a lot of sense to start hosting my expert calls and seminar pre-view interviews with them”, says Jeff Mills of

What Jeff refers to, is the ability to host conference calls for up to 250 people at a time and almost instantly podcast those calls with the correct titles and descriptions so that all the subribers can pull down a copy of the audio through iTunes into thier iPods or computers.

“I originally approached Jeff when I learned about his ebook, "Podcast Secrets Revealed" says Jonathan Khorsandi, CEO and co-founder Podference.

“It just made so much sense to offer the convenience to his entire audience on the calls, especially since his interviewees share nuggets of information that shows you how to grow your online and offline business,” continued Jonathan.

Jeff Mills is one of the few that talks the talk and walks the walk when it comes to internet marketing and driving internet businesses through the roof. During his Midwest Internet Marketing Super Conference, happening September 29, 30 and Oct. 1 in Minneapolis, MN, Jeff will share his secrets of success along with 11 of the most respected authorities online. His guests will include Stu McLaren, Joel Comm, Marc Harty, Mitch Carson, JJ Childers, David Hancock and many others. For more information please visit

Podference is the easiest way to podcast conference calls and saves the host a ton of time and a bundle of money in the process. It took Jeff’s assistant a mere 20 minutes to set up two months of calls. Now Jeff simply calls in, punches in a few keys on his phone, does his call, hangs up the phone and can now move on to focus on driving business rather than managing audio.

Within hours, the conference call is sent via podcast through iTunes, right to the consumer's iPod or computer where they can listen to it there, burn a CD or take the audio with them on the go.

This ability becomes most valuable for calls where reviewing call content is important: expert calls, sales training, coaching calls, speakers, or network marketing training calls for the downline.

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For information on hearing 15 hours of free audio training on online marketing provided by Podference, visit for instructions.


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