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  1. Hello Everyone. I'm here today to seek your assistance. I am hoping you will share your favorite creators for logo designs. Who did you use when you created your VA business? I used Fiverr when I first began, but I feel that I need to upgrade. I have a website and many social pages so I don't need a lot of work done, just a "fresh look." Thanks.
  2. Hi my name is Anne Marie Doran and I'm starting out as a Virtual Assistant and am still looking for clients. My website is a work-in-progress at http://amdoranvirtualpa.weebly.com/ I was initially looking at general and medical transcription and creating Order of Services but it was suggested I needed to broaden what I was offering, so I could build a client-base. I am now looking at administration for small businesses as well. I grew up in Sydney NSW and spent nearly three years in the UK working in both public and private sectors. I have recently returned to the outskirts of Sydney from the Central Coast, hence why I class myself at a Sydney/Central Coast VA even though I am available to clients world-wide. I love taking photos, collecting collector plates and researching my family history. The latter has resulted in my doing courses through the University of Tasmania with the ultimate goal of a Diploma in Family History or an Associate Arts Degree. What I have learned, so far, is helping with my research, writing skills and tweaking my grammar and punctuation (which I thought I had covered!) I found out about VA Networking through Google searches a few years ago, when I initially joined up, after I became redundant and wanted to work from home, now I need to work from home. Looking forward to meeting, learning and helping on these forums.
  3. Virtual Executive Assistant PLUS VEA+ Features: 1. Administrative duties 2. Bookkeeping duties 3. Marketing duties PLUS Features: Travel Arrangements Tutoring (8+ years as a teacher) 6-week Horse camp (ride with a multiple World Champion) Brandy Vaincourt 518-651-6021
  4. Hey everyone! I am new to this networking group! I run a real estate virtual assisting company! We are a completely US based operation providing professional services specifically for the real estate industry! You can visit us at www.re-central.com! Visit us today!
  5. Hello Everyone! This looks like a great community. My name is Patricia Marcero and I was given about 18 months notice that the corporate office I worked at was going to close. Since the main office is in NH, not practical to make that move from SoCal. Although I have 25+ years administrative and other support in the corporate world, decided I didn't want to go that route anymore. After much research, found the VA world and my daughter and I decided this would be a great career for us moving forward. So we just went 'live' 2 weeks ago with our business, Borderless Administrative Services LLC, and am excited to see what the future holds! We will be starting with general administrative support and adding other services as we go. My daughter already works from home and will be continuing with that job until we get so crazy busy that she can quit that job (Thinking positive here ) I'm looking forward to discovering all the great information on this site and getting to know more of you! https://www.borderlessadministrativeservices.com/ @@borderlessas
  6. I am new here and overwhelmed! Been working as independent VA for more than 4 years, connected to different company's worldwide and become customer service for most of my work. Just some information here's what I can do. · Can Work full-time and Holidays. · Can work with less supervision. · Can deal with different types of people at a different level accordingly. · Can handle customer complaints and special request in relation to customer service. · Can supervise several people effectively. · Well experienced in the field of Customer Service and Sales. · Well Experienced in Business Development. · Well Experienced in several Programming tools. · Well experienced in dealing customer’s needs. · Well experienced in Sales and Marketing. · Well trained in leadership and group management. · Work Oriented in several fields. · Certified computer literate (Microsoft Application and Internet) · Experienced with wordpress and basic HTML editing. · Experienced RingCentral CRM, Clarify and Telegence Database for AT&T mobility. · With versatile attitude towards work. Now working part time as Remote Agent for AT&T Receivables Management for Mobility (COLLECTIONS DEPT.) Hope to get more work loads here! DrewCasulla
  7. Hello everyone, My name is Madinah and I am a brand new VA. I would love to meet other VA here, learn from others, and also share whatever I may have that would be useful for others. I am the owner of HomeOfficeBureau. Please feel free to visit my website at www.homeofficebureau.com. I'm on twitter @HOBureau and on facebook with HomeOfficeBureau as my main page. HomeOfficeBureau is basically a general VA company that assists with administration, translation (English, French, Romanian), and e-tutoring (TESOL/ESL, French, Romanian). Please do not hesitate to visit the website. I wish everyone else the best in doing business:) Madinah
  8. Hi everyone, Are there any VAs in Connecticut who would like to meet up? I'm not a very social person, so I get extremely nervous at times. I would really appreciate getting some support and encouragement for on-site meet-ups:) I think that they are very fruitful, but nerve-rocking for some. Hope to hear from someone soon:)
  9. Hello Everybody, What a Community! So glad to be here. My name is Ray Cobel. I've been doing business virtually for over ten years, and have been an Entrepreneur for over 20 years. Prior to that I worked for 20 years as an employee, at an executive level, with extensive experience in: marketing, sales, planning, recruiting, training, writing and management; in a variety of industries. If you want more specifics you can see them at: http://www.linkedin.com/in/raycobel. Pretty impressive huh, for a guy who's still only 39. . .just kidding (about the age). Doing business virtually fascinates the heck out of me; especially now that free technology has proliferated and advanced so much. Huge logistical and financial barriers have fallen making it feasible for the masses to join in. Still, doing business means being able to attract, start, build and maintain RELATIONSHIPS. I've found that in spite of all the technological advancements, the elements of the natural human relationship building process haven't changed much at all. Virtual business success still depends on your ability to effectively engage in the relationship process, without actually being there. The good news is that it's most definitely do-able, and learnable. Just don't make the same marketing mistake that this guy does. When I first went virtual I focused on the real estate industry. I became an expert at a cloud based application called TopProducer. This, combined with my marketing/sales/technology knowledge and experience, enabled me to effectively do business with well over 100 virtual clients, located throughout the U.S. I believe that the long-term trend in work is toward Entrepreneuring, and doing business virtually; computerization, automation, outsourcing, globalization and ever accelerating change are driving it. . .hard. People in this VA Community are smart to be getting ahead of the curve. About two years ago I reached a point in my life where I wanted to share what I've learned throughout my career, in a way that would be especially helpful to Entry Level Entrepreneurs who want to do business virtually. It has taken me all of the last two years to put my concept together (online, of course), and I believe you're going find it to be quite valuable. You'll find comprehensive, free, Introductory Entrepreneur Training there to get you started. Check it out it at: http://DesignYourOwnJob.net. I'm very thankful that this Community exists, and I'm looking forward to participating in it with you, and getting to know you personally. Sincerely, Ray Cobel
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