This week’s guest will be Stacy Brice, President and Chief Visionary Officer of AssistU, an organization that provides training and coaching to virtual assistants. Virtual Assistants, or VA’s are changing the way we do business. Not only is this field growing tremendously, but it’s offering employers and business owners alike an attractive new alternative to hiring [...]

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Virtual Assistants (VAs) are highly skilled professionals who provide administrative support and specialized services to businesses, entrepreneurs, executives, and others who have more work to do than time to do it. Examples of services a VA can do include web design and maintenance, word processing, meeting and event planning, desktop publishing, internet research, e-mail coordination, [...]

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sharon on February 3rd, 2009

Looking for typing or data entry work that you can do from home? You might consider opening your own Virtual Office Service. Many different types of businesses either don’t have the time or the resources to do this type of work on their own. Your clients could range from self-employed entrepreneurs and business travelers to small companies. Jobs can range from data entry to bookkeeping and accounting.

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sharon on December 2nd, 2008

Today I came across a very cool work at home job opportunity. The company is Internet Girl Friday, a group of Virtual Assistants that work for business owners and executives. According to the website, some of the services they provide are: …creating blogs, wordpress installations, managing client’s facebook profiles, sending press releases, bookkeeping, arranging travel, [...]

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