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      Here at the #VAforum is where you'll find me sharing my most valuable, in-depth 20+ years of VA experience and knowledge through my written word. It is the best area to get your questions directly answered in detail by me, Tawnya Sutherland as I come here every morning to start my day out helping Virtual Assistants however I can. I do also share in small bytes at other social networking groups I manage online so feel free to check me out there too: Facebook group for Virtual Assistants  Facebook group for Virtual Assistants to Stay Fit  Like our Facebook Page too Linkedin Group for Virtual Assistants (22,000+) Google+ Community for Virtual Assistants I look forward to engaging with you online whatever your social network.
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  1. Welcome, Nai! Love the big clock on your coming soon page. Reminds me of Angela Wills clock lol.
  2. Welcome to the forums! Call out if you have any questions.
  3. Welcome, Jim! I was also a web developer. Only recently I decided to put most of that aside. But it is a skill that will serve you well as a VA. Thanks for joining.
  4. Welcome, April. Looks like Tawnya and Julian have provided you with some great resources. Enjoy your stay here.
  5. Hi Michelle. I'd like to speak with you further regarding this. I'm honestly looking for a set of hands and I have a lot to offer regarding WordPress and Content Marketing. Not so much social media though
  6. It's really hard to get your blog post read these days. People seem to be more rushed and only really read what stands out. Fortunately, there is a tool that can help you scientifically guess whether your blog post headline will get read. (A headline is what gets them to read the next part.) You can find it here by CoSchedule which is a company that makes tools for people like us. https://coschedule.com/headline-analyzer I decided to give it a go. And it does require you to sign up. Here's the term I used: How To Build Your Website In Only One Weekend My results were: This was only an "off the cuff" headline. There are lots of headline formulas out there. There are also power words that make your headline more emotional. I'll flick a reply shortly with some resources on how you can improve your headline writing using emotional words and formulas. So why is content important and why don't we go directly for the sign up or consultation session? Content follows the natural progression of a marketing relationship. It is called the engage stage. This gives people a way to learn more about you and your expertise before they take action. It's akin to a handshake and a starter conversation. But we have to get the content read in the first place. Hope this helps! P.S. My takeaway from learning this week is that a headline is a promise that we must deliver in.
  7. I do believe Tawnya has a certified VA course. http://www.vacertified.com/ But it's not free. I'm not sure if a free certification would be as widely recognised if it's hard to search for in the first place. And if you are looking for training without a badge, the definitely consider va insiders or keep an eye out for Tawnya's free webinars!
  8. Hi Michelle. Great skills indeed. What exactly are you looking to learn? To improve those skills or more on the business management side?
  9. James Schramko shared a mindhack formula called Scamper on one of his podcasts. It's basically a tool for thinking outside the box. I love left brain ways to trigger creativity because I don't feel I'm a very right brained, creative person to begin with. You can use this for blog posts or even business ideas. Sky's the limit. I will definitely apply these 7 steps to my new website business model. How will you use them? Infographic Source SuperFastBusiness With James Schramko
  10. Hey @Kristy Garland. Welcome to the forums and congrats on becoming a grandmother. Glad to have you back. What is your specialty?
  11. I agree @shumi18 these are some great tips provided. I really love Julian's take on how to not get overwhelmed. I think time chunking comes in useful there. And thanks @tawnya sutherland for pointing out that I can use PLR as an outline. I love that idea. I often help my clients get their wording right. Too often they have good intentions of blogging or creating content for their website but barriers and obstacles come into play. That's why I created a new blog where I can showcase to them how to best write for the web. Here's an example post which shows 8 ways to come up with a blog idea -> https://writeprocontent.com/8-simple-ways-find-ideas-next-killer-blog-post/ Love to hear your thoughts on this.
  12. Hi it's exciting to have you here. I tried to check out your website but the link failed. It's also good you have skills with marketing. Lots we can learn from you!
  13. Hi Edna, welcome to the forums. Here's are some links that will help you with your questions: Business Name: http://www.vanetworking.com/forum/topic/26633-coming-up-with-a-name/ Discovering your niche; http://www.vanetworking.com/forum/topic/20500-how-to-discover-your-niche/ Some no cost ways to get clients: https://www.vanetworking.com/no-cost-ways-get-clients/ GO through these resources and let us know if you have any followup questions. Best of luck