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Chalk this up to the proofreader in me....


As a VA, you will have lots of opportunities to talk and write about VAs and the VA industry. Look like the professional you are by writing about multiple virtual assistants as VAs (not as VA's). Use an apostrophe in phrases like "the VA's client" (a client belonging to one VA) or "that VA's on vacation" (one VA is away). Fortunately, this rule applies to other professions that go by initials (MDs, for example) so you can make your clients look good, too.

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Hi Debbie,


Thanks for this post and reminder about the difference between plural and possessive forms of words. We want folks to be able to focus on our great content. Right?



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