I don’t normally blog on Friday nights, but I’ll make an exception tonight.
OK, this may be a dumb question, but can you teleconference in on a cell phone? I don’t have a landline. Just wondering if anybody knows…
Randy sez: Yes. To get into a teleseminar, all you need is a phone–any kind of phone will do. You’ll be given a phone number and an “access code.” When you dial the phone number, you hear a message telling you to punch in the “access code” followed by the # sign. You do that on your phone’s keypad and you’re in.
For all the details on how teleseminars work, check this page.
Looks like we’ll have a good crowd on Monday night. Note that all who dial in will have their lines muted by the teleseminar system. That way, if the dog barks, nobody will hear that. When you get large crowds on a conference call, the combined noise of everybody breathing, sighing, scratching, eating, drinking, snoring, and laughing would be a major problem. By muting all the lines (except the lines for the organizers), all that noise gets eliminated.
Note that we’ll have our teleseminars recorded and they’ll be available for download within a couple of days after each teleseminar. So even if you miss it, you won’t miss it. Since dialing in to a teleseminar will incur a long-distance charge, those outside the US will probably NOT want to dial in–just download it later off the web site.
Once again, the info page for the teleseminar series with Mary Byers is right here. The first teleseminar will be on Monday night, so it’s right around the corner!
OK, I think I’ll go watch a good Manly Guy movie–Die Hard 3!