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How to host your Google Docs questionnaire or competition on your...

In our previous walk-through’s we showed you how to “Create a simple questionnaire in Google Docs” and “How to create a competition form using...

3 Things to Avoid on LinkedIn

LinkedIn is, supposedly, the number one free business networking tool. So why is it that very few VA’s use it to attract more clients? I’ve spoken...

Grab yourself a Gravatar

Have you ever wondered why, as you write comments on blogs, some people's pictures are appearing next to their posts but yours are not?...

Facebook introduces #hashtags

Unsurprisingly Facebook announced on Tuesday that they have introduced the use of #hashtags on its site to follow in the steps of Twitter and...

What makes a good subject line?

On average, 8 out of 10 people will read the subject line copy, but only 2 out of 10 will read the rest. If you...

How to create a Facebook custom audience from a list of...

Creating and using Facebook ads is a popular skill required of the modern VA, especially for the setup stage, which can sometimes be time...

3 Reasons Twitter isn’t working for you

Although Twitter has been around for a decade now it’s still a mystery to many, an addiction to some and a time gremlin to...

Improving and growing email marketing campaigns

How often do you create email marketing campaigns for your clients, or get contacted by new clients with that as the first task they...

How to build your following on Twitter and Facebook

Social media can be a great way to make useful connections with fellow virtual assistants or potential clients. Matthew Brown explains how to build...

How To Make Your Facebook Lead Ad Stand Out From The...

Setting up lead ads in Facebook is becoming something a lot of VA's are required to do, as more and more of our clients...

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