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  1. On-Page essentially consists of telling Google what your website is about. 6 important elements that you must consider for On-Page 1. Keyword Research: Potential list of key-phrases about your product or services for which your audience are searching. 2. Meta Title 3. Meta Description 4. HI Tags 5. Meta Keywords 6. Content on the webpages
  2. Hey Cynthia, I'd recommend you to check out (http://www.creditcardprocessing.com/). With a quick and free online application process, a credit card reader for your mobile phone, Authorize.Net payment gateway set-up, E-Commerce Shopping Cart set-up, and Retail Credit Card Machine Reprogramming, your client can start accepting credit cards for within 24 hours! It has worked out for me, and I had similar needs when I started off my small business. They don't have any contract terms or cancellation fees either.
  3. For Designing the info graphs try out photoshop or Adobe Illustrator. Visualalize, Easel.ly, Piktochart are some of the free tools that you can use to create free infographs.
  4. Hey kaonoux1, accepting credit cards is inevitably indispensable in the modern business world, so the answer to your first question would be a sure yes. Of course, risks are a part of business, but choosing the right merchant services and a reliable card processing company can minimize the possibility of such risks. While Paypal and Square are definitely good ones, also take a look at http://www.creditcardprocessing.com/. I've personally had a wonderful experience partnering with them for my small business.
  5. Hi, I am currently using http://convertonlinefree.com/PDFToWORDEN.aspx This website directly converts your document and give it back to you and its free.
  6. Hi, I think you can start as a Sub-contractor. Get to know other VAs online or near your home and ask if they have any work to pass on to you as a sub-contractor in exchange for a reduced rate. This also builds your reputation, gives you valuable experience and may generate referrals down the road. You can also do some social netrworking. Join LinkedIn, Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, Digg, etc. Make time each day to post updates and reach out to people in your online social circle. Hope my suggestions will help
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