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.
Weekly Special Offer - BC STACK! 07/21/2017I don't even have time to search for answers. I just need to keep going. Does that sound like you too? The problem with plowing through the field is that we take the path of least resistance. We do the things we know how to do and skip the things that we just aren't sure about. And some of those things are the steps we need to become successful. So I want to help you...
THIS WEEK ONLY, I'm going to give you the opportunity to access 65 classes, ebooks, software, plugins and services that could take you to new heights.
All you have to do is look, and see which one (or more) could change your business today. If you are a blogger, vlogger, podcaster, speaker, author, coach, social media manager, inventor, website owner or musician . . .
YOU can't afford to miss BC STACK.
Let me tell you more about some of the products included in BC STACK...
LIST OF PRODUCTS IN THE STACK (SORTED BY TYPE SORTA)*
BC STACK is not just ebooks, it's lots of things like
30 minute 1-on-1 session with the Jairek Robbins team 30 minute 1-on-1 session with Author Vernon Ross $35 Gift Certificate to a PLR Store Get your logo (or other image) animated How about getting BrainstormTools.com for free for 6 months Get your blog reviewed Get your podcast edited Get ready made marketing plans . . . and that's just 8 of the 65 products in this year's BC Stack
For example, if your business needs to grow a podcast:
See what your podcast sounds like when you get it professionally edited by Natasha Rivera Let Ani Alexander teach you how to accelerate the success of your Podcast And Kirsten Oliphant is going to teach you how to create a podcast course not to mention courses on Wordpress, blogging, traffic and tech skills to drive traffic to your show and show notes pages.
Plus get a 30 minute 1-on-1 session with Vernon Ross to learn how to perfect your "voice" and that's just 5 of the 65 products in this year's BC Stack
You are going to get access to a live Hashtag Library so you can stop spending time searching You are going to be taught how to use Camtasia so you can make videos for your FAQ's and stop answering so many emails You'll get Jessica Turner's book “Stretched Too Thin” to help you manage overwhelm I, Tawyna Sutherland, (leader of the largest VA training company in the world) am even going to teach you how outsource the stuff you don't like to a VA
Do you love fascinating mindset and leadership insights?
Neal Shaffer teaches corporations all over the world how to influence, he's going to share that with you. Let Ann Smarty teach you how to make things go viral Kelly McCausey's momentum intensive is going to teach you how to focus and get clarity without making you feel badly about yourself, but instead make you feel great about yourself Jessica Turner teaches moms how to overcome overwhelm and get serious about their business Ricky Shetty and Scot Paton travel the world as digital nomads and teach you the secrets Plus get a 30 minute 1-on-1 session with Tony Robbin's son, Jairek Robbins, to clarify your success and that's just 6 of the 65 products in this year's BC Stack
AND that is just a few of the products available to you there are still 42 more!
NOTE: Even if you just use 2-3 or these products for your business it's definitely worth the $27 and I grab it every year for my business growth.
This offer if only available until July 26th so grab it now before you forget as I may not have a chance to remind you again via email this week. I will be busy going through the BC STACK myself and might forget, LOL! Until July 26th, Grab the BC STACK here To Your Virtual $uccess, Tawnya Sutherland
For those of you just learning about virtual assistance and how it can become a career for you, here’s some educational freebies we’ve set up for you to enjoy! GET FREE access to our member lounge and all 10 Virtual Assistant resources below: ACCESS: The Virtual Assistant Networking Forum #VAforum VIDEO: How to Become a VA Plus Top 10 Resources by Tawnya Sutherland EBOOK: Kick Start Your VA Business CHECKLIST: Virtual Assistant Start Up PLUS Module 2 of VAC: Why Get Started in Business VIDEO: Setting Your Price, Getting Paid & Making it Legal by Tawnya Sutherland WORKSHEET: The Hourly Pricing FORMULA CONTRACT: Independent Contractor Agreement (Word .doc) GRAPHICS: Images for Social Media Marketing EBOOK: Getting Started With Affiliate Marketing (& Video) VIP LIST: Notification of FREE Training Webinars & Market Leading News in the Virtual Assistant Industry. CLICK HERE to GAIN ACCESS to ALL
Hi Danielle, I just saw your post on the VANetworking form asking if anyone has had experience working on Wix websites. Actually I have had experience. Of the drag and drop website builders I have used including WordPress, Wix has come a long way over the last few years since March 2014 when you posted about Wix and I haven't had any trouble with it. I have had compliments from others who have seen the websites I have designed and created in Wix. Most of them can't tell whether it is a Wix website or a Wordpress website. However, I am aware that most people aren't aware of the differences between Wordpress and Wix and some of the other website builders. It seems like it's all cosmetic -- as long as they think the website looks good, had images and colours, and provides the information they are looking for, they seem to be happy. I have also tried GoDaddy, eHost, Web, Hostway and some other different website builders which offer their own site builder and Wordpress as website building options. Some of these are not very versatile with too many limitations. Weebly and Squarespace are comparable with Wix. All have their own pros and cons. It depends on a person's preferences. I am actually looking for a Wordpress specialist to join my team in my own VA business. My business is My Essential Office Assistant. I would be open to your feedback. If you would like to partner with me or know someone who would be interested, please let me know.
I have a website, a Facebook page, a LinkedIn account, a Twitter account and an Instagram account. I hope I have a done enough to get the word out there that my VA business exists. Now I just have to get some clients, especially now that we are in the month of December and I'm hoping to get at least one or two clients to use my services for monthly retainer contracts by the beginning of January. How do you get clients? Do you focus mainly on Internet marketing and social networking? Do you go to as many business networking events and opportunities as you can? Do you go through a Chamber of Commerce list or board of trade list and cold call different companies? I welcome any advice and recommendations. Thank you ever so much, Barbara
Hello everyone! I saw a job posting on Indeed.ca for a real estate company that needs an administrative assistant. The type of work they want done is right up my alley: posting new listings, data base maintenance, scheduling closings, directing incoming offers and contact management system updates. They need help for 20 to 40 hours per week. Instead of the company hiring me as their employee I want them to outsource work to me as their virtual assistant. To do that I want to say the right thing to convince them that I could work virtually on the types of office work and administrative tasks they need done. How do I convince them to outsource to me as a virtual assistant instead of hiring me as an employee? If you have any feedback, advice and ideas, I am open to your suggestions. Thanks so much, Barbara
Hello everyone, My name is Barbara and I have just started up my new virtual support business in North Pickering. I am very pleased to have become a member of VA Networking and VA Insiders Club. This is a great forum with so much helpful information. I am hoping to learn from you how to get more clients and many tips and advice on building my business. I love working on the computer and have certification in Microsoft Office and I am a QuickBooks specialist as well I love to be creative and work on PowerPoint presentations, website content, and writing. I have had a couple of non-profit community club organizations ask me to help them create their website, however, this is strictly volunteer work. I look forward to hearing from you and, hopefully, can contribute to topics on this forum to help others. Thank, Barbara