4 Ways to Handle Poor Sound Quality during a Teleseminar

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Many of us have attended or delivered teleseminars where the sound quality was poor.  If while delivering a teleseminar you experience poor sound quality, you have a few options.

  • Mute everyone on the line to ensure that no one else is creating sound interference.
  • If the call requires interaction, have people unmute themselves one at a time.  You may be able to isolate the problem and that person can hang up and call back in.
  • If the interference is coming from your line, you may need to hang up and call back in.
  • If you have tried all of the above options, you may simply have to end the entire call and have everyone call back in again.  This is a last resort but may be your only alternative.

Sound interference during a teleseminar can be annoying, can cause participants to miss part of your presentation, and can lead to participants leaving the call.  If you continue to have problems with your phone service, get another one.  There are many good, free options.

Kim Clausen

Kim Clausen is a Professionally Trained Coach who has more than 20 years of marketing and business development experience. She has worked in several industries and various sized companies developing and implementing strategic marketing programs. She has also founded several businesses and has developed a successful coaching practice of her own. Kim is a successful author, public speaker and teacher, and dedicated single mom. Kim can help you develop your very own multi touch marketing strategy that best suits your business needs. http://www.ready2gomarketingsolutions.com

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