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Rhose Cellah Dasalla

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  1. Wix can help you create the website and also has internal SEO features. If you have not yet designed that second website, you might find Wix useful. I think their templates are visually crisp and professional. Their internal SEO tools are simple to use and walk you through step by step. They will try to sell you a URL, but it appears you've already bought your domain.
  2. You can promote your website through on-site and off-site links. Posting on forums and answering questions on Yahoo Answers or Quora will help promote your off-site links. This will boost your SEO because search engine algorithms are looking for external sites that link to your page. Every time you make a post on a forum, for example, search engines recognize that as an external link. It's important to remember that some external links are more valuable than others. Linking to sites with more external links themselves will help boost your page. Good luck!
  3. On-page SEO has to do with ensuring that the information contained behind-the-scenes on your website is geared to increasing your search engine presence. The algorithms utilized by search engines look for pages that clearly define the content contained in the website, both on the page and in the source code. I have found that SEOQuake provides very useful SEO analytics. The best part is, it's free! I am still somewhat new to the VA industry, but I used SEOQuake at the suggestion of my VA instructor. I was impressed by the numerous categories of analysis it provides, specifically keyword analytics and page title analytics.
  4. I'm new to the VA industry and new to this forum. I have experience in legal administrative support, transcription, data entry, and similar tasks. I enjoy working with new people and giving clients the work product they need. If you or someone you know might be looking for assistance with their legal administrative needs, please visit my website at https://rhosecellahdasalla.wixsite.com/website
  5. Be VERY careful when pursuing a career as a VA. Beware of potential clients who expect you to advance fees or provide detailed personal information for a job. There are many reputable online courses where you can learn to become a VA, however there is no formal licensing process. Much of the VA industry relies on credibility and experience. Once you receive the necessary training on how to perform the common functions of a VA, you need to work hard to build your brand and network of clients. A happy client will gladly refer you to their business associates. Good luck!
  6. Clarity and simplicity are very important. For example, my website is titled "Legal Administrative Assistant - Rhose Cellah Dasalla" Some names can be too clever that they confuse the potential client. Other names might be too cumbersome for the client to be sure your work product will suit their needs. Clarity in your business name will create confidence in your experience. Potential clients need to understand that you are familiar with your industry and that you will be able to handle their affairs competently.
  7. I have found that charging an hourly rate allows me the flexibility I need when working with new clients. I do not consider flat fees until I have a predictable schedule with a client and I fully understand their exact needs. That being said, hourly rates can vary widely. As I am relatively new to the industry, I only charge $3.50/hour. That number may surprise some, but with experience and industry credibility over time, you can raise your rates to match the assured quality of your output.
  8. Unfortunately, I think it takes a while to build a strong enough brand to strike out on your own. I have had to use UpWork and similar job-posting websites for the time being. However, I believe that with time I will build a strong client-base that will yield fruitful referrals. Until you have produced enough work product, it is difficult to get the visibility that a successful solo-VA needs.
  9. Pricing can always be a difficult question. In my practice, I charge at an hourly rate. I find the hourly rate model to be flexible enough to suit a diverse set of clients. Perhaps if I had an ongoing relationship with a client and could get a better sense for their specific needs week after week, only then do I think it would be beneficial to set a flat fee arrangement.
  10. I just recently joined the VA workforce. I'm interviewing for positions now. I am optimistic that I will land my first client soon and begin creating my portfolio of work! ______________________________________________________________________________________ Visit my site at - https://rhosecellahdasalla.wixsite.com/website
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