Virtual Assistant case study number three. This project saw me provide an Architect couple with information on how to blog, write SEO web copy and use social media. As with the case study of the Baking Teacher, this was also a wide-reaching task because the components all interlinked with each other. (more…)
Virtual Assistant case study number two. This was a very big job with lots of components that linked to other aspects of the client’s business. Although what I did made my client more money, the main benefit for her was simply that she could finally take a day off and enjoy her life. (more…)
New inquiries often want to know what kinds of things I can do and how experienced I am at certain tasks so I thought case studies might give them a better idea. This one outlines the testing and analysis work I do for a website design and development consultant. (more…)
Previously I’ve written reviews for Rapportive for Gmail where you can see and connect to your contacts’ Social Media profiles straight from your inbox (which is handy for bypassing the dilemma of how you know someone to link with them on LinkedIn!) as well as Boomerang for Gmail which gives you the option to schedule emails or even bounce them back if the person doesn’t reply.
Aside from being enormously flattered, I first decided to save time by writing down how you become a VA – which is the blog post below, then I decided to set up a whole website dedicated to showing people exactly how to set up and run a successful VA business
Because I like to help and I don’t do things by halves!
Like myself, if you’re using the same bank account for personal and business, you’ll need a quick and easy way of recording your business expenses for your tax return. (more…)
Although it’s nice to have some free time if you use some of that time making sure your house is in order, you’ll be in a much better position to spring into the new year without any baggage from this year holding you back. (more…)
I used to do a fair amount of business card collation. People accumulated huge piles of cards whilst networking and never did anything with them even though they could be used in their ongoing marketing efforts.
Entering the details of the business card into an Excel spreadsheet, I was usually asked to record the contact name, company name, email, and telephone numbers so my client could imported the information into their email client and LinkedIn account. (more…)