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Julie J Davis

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About Julie J Davis

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  • Birthday 03/02/1981

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    Columbia, SC

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  1. Hi Cora! Glad you're here! I'm a native Texan myself (I grew up in Palestine, TX near Tyler), so it's always fun to see someone else from my old "neck of the woods!" Thanks for the encouragement in your success stories! I'm a fairly new VA still trying to get my practice up and going, so it's always great to hear how people succeed. Have a wonderful day! Julie
  2. I've heard of the ones dazzlecat mentioned, but personally I have been using www.canva.com for creating Pinterest pins, and Facebook covers recently. They have a bunch of templates you can choose from. It is free to use and they have a lot of free graphics, layouts, and designs, but if you can buy other pictures, etc. for $1.00 each. So, for me, I was creating several pins in one project (I created about 5 pins) and they all used the same picture, I still only paid $1.00 even though I used the picture 5 times. I've really enjoyed playing around with it!
  3. Good morning, everyone! I recently graduated from the AssistU VMP Program, and am in my "transition phase" trying to start up my new VA practice! I am so excited to start my VA journey, but I welcome any marketing tips from my experienced predecessors! My story is a bit long and complicated, and always seems to get a bit more complicated , but I try to to get things back on track as quick as possible and adjust as I need to! In a nutshell: I currently own my own in-home dog training business (Dog Training in Your Home), but my 10-year franchise agreement is almost up, so I am in the process of trying to sell my franchise. This means as I transition out of the dog training, I am doing my VA practice part-time as I try to build my client base. Once I sell the franchise, I will want to be a full-time VA . I have a 22 month old son, a husband, and an 8 year old four-legged boxer "child". I look forward to getting to spend even more time with my family (which is why I found this profession), and being able to contribute to our family's income. Thanks for the warm welcome, and I look forward to getting to know more of you! Any advice for a "newbie" is welcomed! Have a wonderful day, Julie
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