Extremely Robust, Inexpensive Teleseminar Service

My friend Rick Raddatz (a former Microsoft insider) has created a full-platform teleseminar service which is incredibly inexpensive, but very well done. I almost hate giving away this secret, because this software makes me look so darn good, but in truth -- it’s all InstantTeleseminar! Even better, you can try it for $1.00 (!) for 21 days which is a brain-dead deal for anybody.

Why use teleseminars? Well, frankly, it’s a great way to interact with your clients and build a strong relationship with them. Explain the benefits to tax planning on a large scale. Rollout a new audit protection agreement, and give all the details on a phone call. You can even enroll new clients on properly-executed teleseminars to your prospects. I highly recommend you give this program a shot.

Get all the details here.


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IMPORTANT: Always Always ALWAYS do your OWN due-diligence before making any purchases, whether I recommend them or not. Never, EVER purchase anything that you cannot afford. Avoid purchasing products that do not have a clearly stated Money Back Guarantee, or that promise ridiculous results, like "Getting Rich Quick". Most people don't do anything with the products they buy, and when that's the case, their results are zero -- sort of like that calling card sales system I got snookered into buying while at UVA ... There (usually) is no such thing as a "free lunch" (except at Chamber mixers).

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