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    Hi everyone, I have a couple of clients using 1 Shopping Cart right and both want to look at other options so just wondering what people are using. One is looking for something that she can create a drip campaign that will allow for registration and payment. Any suggestions? Thanks everyone! Warmly Mary-Lou Ashton Virtual Strategies
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    Hi there! My name is Kristin and I am a single mom of two girls (10.5 and 13 years old). I've been a VA since 2007 and started my own business in 2010. I love and have a passion for helping others and absolutely love being a VA, I wouldn't change it for the world! I took an almost two year hiatus because my mom was sick and I had to spend the time taking her to/from constant doctor appointments and I kind of lost my groove of getting clients, my business has been pretty slow since I took that break. I joined VA networking to try to get some tips to get my business back on track and also to network with other VAs. It can be lonely working from home and it's always good to have a place to communicate with others that are in the same boat as you! Nice to meet you all! Kristin http://www.infopointvirtual.net/
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    Hello Everyone, My name is Brittany and I based in Colorado. I am married with three young sons. I was in the military for four years and now I am branching out to start my own business as a virtual assistant. I just started my business and I am having trouble and where to begin my journey as a VA. I do not have a website set up and I am unsure how to attract clients in order for the business to grow. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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    Hello Everyone! I am a Virtual Assistant based in South Africa. My journey into this awesome "Virtual World" happen with the birth of my son and the company I was working for at the time didn't want to get a temp so I set myself up at home to do everything I did in the office and that is when the light bulb moment happened Set up an office at home resigned and have never looked back, nothing better than being your own boss, determining your income and getting to be there for your kids everyday. Excited about being a part of this community and look forward to getting to know fellow VA's.
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    Ok, I started a post for VAinsiders that use the forum. Fact is though only about 10% use the forum. If you really want to outsource I suggest putting a job into our job board. Here's the post and I'll mention it in our newsletter too:
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    Do I need to have a license to work as virtual assistant in Kentucky, USA?
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    If I don't have someone to personally recommend to prospect, I tell them to post an RFP at VAnetworking's job board. I explain that it's free to post there as well. I always make sure to use my affiliate link, then I get a $5 referral. I'm not sure of the best way to find VAs to outsource to. I have VAs contact me on my website all the time about working together and I usually take a look at their website to see if its someone I'd be interested in working with. Then I keep their contact info on file with what they do. I've posted RFPs myself and have found a few good connections for outsourcing as well. Maybe we should start a thread in the forum in the VAinsiders area and put our information so we can all learn a bit more about each other. Maybe something like: Name: Contact Email: Website: Who do you work with: Specialties: Or something, and we can create a little database on our VAinsiders Forum. Maybe Tawnya has some ideas on that.
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    Wow, this is positive news that prospects are coming your way already! Best advice if you don't do offer these services is to write a nice email to them stating so and give them an alternative solution to find a VA... 1. Outsource to another VA who does offer these services. You could hire them on to do the work and you project manage. I probably wouldn't recommend this in the beginning of your business as it is better to have under your belt the knowledge of working with a few clients first. 2. Tell the client that you don't offer these services but know another VA who does. You then refer them to that VA. Most times you can do a joint venture with that VA that they will pay you a percentage of the client's first retainer, a $ amount for the referral and/or could be as simple as a Starbucks gift card for sending them your way? LOL 3. Send them to our job board and just let someone else do it (using your affiliate link found in your dashboard so you make $5 for job lead at very least) http://vanetworking.com/rfp
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