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Virtual Assistant Franchise – or buying a VA Business

Buying a virtual assistant franchise

Buying a VA Business – Virtual Assistant Franchises If you are serious about expanding your business, you might look at buying a VA business to expand rapidly.  These deals can be an excellent way of expanding your client list, owning a ready-made business, and a shortcut to SEO supremacy…  But they can also be extremely…

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Choose the best virtual assistant course

building your virtual assistant business

Virtual Assistant Training – what to look for If you’re a newbie VA, one of the first things you’ll look at is finding the best virtual assistant course or some virtual assistant training.  I am probably going to get very nasty emails about this post – I know there are going to be good friends…

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Virtual Assistant Subscription Box

Ever wanted a regular reminder to keep on track with your business?  A little inspiration in a box? Well that’s the idea behind SVA’s new Virtual Assistant Business Box subscription.  The idea behind virtual assistant subscription box: I was lamenting recently that I never get anything nice through the post – junk mail, bills, dull,…

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Minimum prices for virtual assistants

minimum pricing for virtual assistants

Ah, the thorny issue of rates! We get asked all the time about minimum prices for virtual assistants; whether those charging low prices are devaluing the industry; how we can support people who do charge low rates etc. Why doesn’t SVA simply declare a minimum price for Virtual Assistants? We get asked why we don’t…

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All in one website package

A big part of getting your VA business up and running is getting a website live – and this is generally a very steep learning curve for most VAs, as they’ve never had to build a website, deal with hosting etc. (Am I speaking in tongues? If so, check out our dummies guide to websites!)…

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Essential Virtual Assistant Software

We haven’t compiled a list of essential virtual assistant software for a while – mostly because the same ones pop up frequently: MS Office, Express Scribe, etc. Shockingly, the last time we did it was 2014! A lot has changed! Companies merge. They will move from a free to a paid model and restrict access…

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Rocketbook Beacons

I have been so excited about these arriving… It has been a long wait – delays in the production process meant the original ship date got put back several months.  Always happens with tech products, and I was happy they were getting it right. Firstly, what are Rocketbook Beacons? So the idea is, you put…

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Website Cookies: Me want cookies!

website cookies

Website Cookies: So we’ve just about got everyone up to date with ICO’s GDPR guidance… and along comes an update on their cookie guidance.  (I’ll admit – I grimaced!). https://ico.org.uk/about-the-ico/news-and-events/news-and-blogs/2019/07/blog-cookies-what-does-good-look-like/ Not least because we had to make some changes to our own cookie notices! Effectively the new cookie rules are: People visiting your website have…

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