Featured Blog Posts – July 2015 Archive (6)

How to integrate Live Support on Your Website

Not too long ago, there was a time when modifying either a web page or an entire website for that matter required the intervention of programmers, developers and coders who remained constantly preoccupied juggling multiple deadlines. The steps were many and the procedures were complex. Web technologies have become so user centric today that individuals with virtually no technical backgrounds can not only build websites using content management systems (CMS) but also maintain these websites…

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Added by live support on July 29, 2015 at 7:23am — No Comments

The darker side of business ownership …

I don’t have time to write this blog.  But I can’t sit at my desk in integrity and not write it. Because I’ve owned a number of businesses and I have been to the dark side.  And when my mission is to set business owners free, I can’t ignore the blackhole that seems to engulf certain entrepreneurial…

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Added by Laura Humphreys on July 22, 2015 at 9:43pm — 1 Comment

Learn From My (Social Media) Mistakes

I’ve been active on social media nearly as long as I’ve been a virtual assistant and boy oh boy, I’ve made my fair share of social media mistakes.  So this week, rather than be positive and tell you what you should do, I’m going to give you a bit of a reality hit and tell you my top social media mistakes.  So you don’t make them!

Here goes:

Not double checking posts and updates for spelling and grammar.

You’re on your phone and rushing to post your update before your…

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Added by Justine Parsons on July 14, 2015 at 9:05pm — No Comments

How long does it take for inbound marketing to start paying off?

There is a lot of buzz lately regarding inbound marketing and its effects which outpass the much slower economic rebound of traditional marketing. Consequently, many businesses and companies are considering this type of promotional plan, but they still wonder how much they will have to spend…

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Added by George Anthony on July 9, 2015 at 6:57am — 2 Comments

3 Ways Displaced Employees can Maximize Group Career Counseling

Rafael, 37, was a laid off IT Network Manager for a small company. Like many of his colleagues, he was entitled to outplacement services and group career counseling.

But he was bitter, confused and panicky. Understandably so, considering the bad news he received. 

On the day of the counseling session, Rafael felt the unwelcome change in his morning routine. He was supposed to be getting ready for work. Instead, he’s on his way to a ‘woo-woo’ AA type therapy…

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Added by Michelle Riklan on July 3, 2015 at 10:31am — No Comments

All Tasks Are Not Created Equal (How to Prioritise Your Task List)

I started working with a new client this week, helping him manage his emails and calendar.  Like most clients, his days are full on and he’d been talking to a colleague who has a VA.  Now he does!  So while I can give him back some hours now he’s not having to respond to all emails, he still has a list of tasks much bigger than his available hours.

Below is the strategy we’ve worked out to help him to achieve more out of his day with the help of some prioritising.  And with…

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Added by Justine Parsons on July 1, 2015 at 4:21am — No Comments

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