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Apr
23

Overcoming Challenges in Business

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Diana has owned her own home-based business since 1985! In this month’s video she addresses some the challenges she’s faced and how she has overcome.

 

About the Author:  Diana Ennen is the President of Virtual Word Publishing, www.virtualwordpublishing.com, where she offers PR and Marketing, book marketing, PR and Virtual Assistant Coaching, VA services, writing and editing, ghost writing, and so much more.   She has been featured in all major media including Forbes, Fox, Entrepreneur Magazine, Inc. Radio, Woman’s World Magazine, and too many to mention and gets her clients in these publications as well. Email her for more information at diana@virtualwordpublishing.com.

Diana Ennen, Virtual Marketing bloggerHaving a successful business takes time and effort and a blueprint that works.  It differs for all businesses, but many key factors remain the same.  As an entrepreneur for 33 years (celebrating this month), I’ve seen what works and what doesn’t.  You know what I mean. The thrilling excitement of a month that exceeds all your expectations not only monetarily, but with the work you do and the clients raving about your services.  To those devastating lows when mistakes happen or clients leave unexpectedly and you’re left with a smaller bank account and a little hole inside missing not only the work but the clients themselves.  It can be a roller coaster for sure.  But just like the thrill of a roller coaster, the absolute joy in owning your own business makes this one ride, most are happy to take, year after year.

But with most things, doing it right makes all the difference. Here are some tips entrepreneurs need to know to grow their business, but more importantly to love it as well.

Entrepreneurs – Master These 9 Top Business Tips for Success:

Be Exceptional at What You Do – No matter what services you provide, do it so well clients can’t do without you. And not only that, but they rave about you to their friends and business associates. You always want to provide that “wow” factor.  Wow, that is exactly what I needed.  Or wow you make me look awesome. Always go above and beyond and make exceptional your everyday practice.  This isn’t to say you need to work 24/7 and not set boundaries.  Quite the opposite.  You succeed best with boundaries.  But by being exceptional at what you do, your clients will feel the love.

Training & Learning – Continually learn new things in your craft and apply it to what you do.  So many learn new things, but then stop short of actually doing them. That’s like going to Target and walking out with just what you came for.  Impossible!  You are missing out on all the goodies.  Same with training.  Often times you learn things, but don’t get to the action step of doing it.  Make it happen! Also, be an avid reader.  Not only of business books, but memoirs and fiction too.  You can see styles you like and tips for success.  Books just motivate you and sometimes provide the escape you need to reboot.

Know Your Numbers – Boring!  I know it can be, but once you get doing it, it rocks.  You find yourself competing with yourself to get those numbers up.  Track social media and  how many followers/fans/friends, etc. on each network.  Track website views.  Track clients and hours you spend on each client.  Track the services or products you provide. Track your own marketing and how much time you spend on it and what you are doing as well as the results.  If you have a team, track those stats too.  Again, this will differ for each business, but just get started.

Now here’s the fun part.  Highlight your results. On the times your numbers go up highlight those in a fun color like purple or blue, or your very favorite color.  For the weeks they go down, highlight in brown (of course that is unless your favorite color is brown.)  It’s a mental thing, but boy is it fun to see those fun colors on those good weeks.  You’ll find yourself wanting to do more to increase your stats and you’ll feel rewarded.  Also, treat yourself with wins. On weeks that your numbers rock, get that extra Starbucks or something special you like and know that it’s because of the good results.  It’s a mindset thing, but it works!

Work Your Business –So many entrepreneurs get so caught up in their client work (which rocks don’t get me wrong!) that they have little or no time for their own business.  That means their newsletter doesn’t go out on time.  Their last blog was 2010.  Their social media is still wishing everyone a Happy New Year!  You get the drift.  It’s so important to work your business.  That means scheduling in time for your business.  Write it in your calendar and schedule it the same as client work. You wouldn’t NOT do your client work would you?  Of course not, so don’t skip out on your own business.

Know and Understand Your Clients – Truly listen to your clients and respond accordingly.  Many are so afraid to hear negative things that they simply don’t ask.  Big mistake!  Yes, it might be uncomfortable at times, but when clients know they can come to you with ways to improve their relationship, they will.  And often times it can be something really simple to change.  Also, it can be as simple as when sending your invoices each month, you say, “Do you have any recommendations?  Please let me know.”  I have made this a practice for years and I’m always glad when clients come to me with recommendations.  I want them coming back year after year so when I can do something better, I will. Read More→

Mar
01

Setting Up Shop as a Virtual Assistant

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Diana Ennen, Virtual Marketing bloggerSetting up a virtual assistant business is relatively easy, but it’s important to have a complete plan of action set out in advance. I’m a firm believer that the initial planning phase of a business is crucial to its success. This ensures that you don’t leave any vital steps unaddressed and also prevents any unexpected surprises down the road. Therefore, I recommend first writing a complete business plan for your business. This plan doesn’t need to be anything technical, just how you plan to operate your business including advertising methods, pricing, business hours, equipment and supplies needed, etc.

The next step is to select the appropriate name. Take your time here as you want your business name to be an asset by appealing to your potential clients. Your name needs to clearly express what services you provide and not limit you if you choose to expand your business into other areas. Decide on a name that people would want to call if they have virtual assisting needs.

To operate a business you are required by law to have the appropriate licenses. This is your permit to do business locally. It’s a simple procedure that doesn’t require a considerable amount of time. Contact your city and county officials under occupational licenses for complete details or go online. Most VAs start out initially as a sole proprietorship and then might change later.

Now it’s time to set up your bookkeeping. I find that the most important ingredient to keeping good books is keeping it simple. If it’s easy to do, and doesn’t require a lot of effort, I tend it do it more regularly. You will want to keep track of all your income and expenses. Save all receipts and pay all your expenses out of your business checking account. A software program such as Quickbooks is ideal for our type of business. Not only does it allow you to keep accurate records, but it also enables you to track exactly where the most money is coming from. This enables you to target your marketing efforts more in that area. Read More→

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Feb
12

Why All Businesses Should Be Using Video to Grow Their Business

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Diana Ennen, Virtual Marketing bloggerVideos works! We know that, but too many just don’t use them. Why? Mainly fear. Fear that they won’t get the results they hoped for. Fear they won’t know how to effectively use them. Or fear that they are too expensive for their budgets. Some even fear needing to go in front of the camera. The good news is businesses have no reason to fear. Videos are not only affordable and easy to use, but also one of the best ways to market. And today, if you don’t want to go in front of the camera, there is no need to do so. It’s that simple!

When you realize stats like those mentioned recently in a recent SmallBizTrend article that state that “80 percent of users recall a video ad they viewed in the past 30 day,” you can see why you should be using videos. Another example mentioned in that same article stated, “According to 70 percent of marketers, video produces more conversions than any other type of content.” Can you see the power of video? You should!

So let’s face these fears and break it down.

Why Use Video:
• Videos provide a way to remain “top of mind.” What does that mean exactly? It means, when someone sees your logo, they think of you. They remember you from your video. They feel they know you because the video adds that level of comfort and confidence.
• Videos provide a visually robust way to evoke a strong emotion and get viewers to take action. If you’re struggling to get your audience to react to your content, video will solve this. So will you get results, absolutely!
• Videos introduce your company, business philosophy, and services/products and help to build your brand awareness. What better way to show who you are and what you do.
• Videos help with all your marketing. Videos should be used not only on your website, but in all your social media, emails, newsletters, and more.
• Videos provide a means to regularly stay in contact with clients through education-based, warm and friendly, non-sales content.
• Today videos are so affordable that having an ongoing commitment is easy to do and encouraged.
• There are so many methods to do videos, if you won’t want to get in front of the camera; there is no need to do so. For example, you can do an audio-only voice recording that will be used with other video clips, images, animations, text and music. You can outsource a video spokesperson to present the message on your behalf. You can use hand drawn whiteboard sketch or illustrated animations and characters.
• Videos provide a way to showcase the holidays. What better way to say “happy holidays” than with a video with your company logo on it! And this isn’t just for the major holidays, but throughout the year as well for all special occasions.
• And so much more

Who can most benefit with video? Truly any business can benefit by making videos part of their marketing plan. However, these businesses truly do gain traction: marketing companies, real estate agents, speakers, coaches, authors, virtual assistant businesses, and more. Read More→

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Feb
06

Virtual Assistant Niches – What You Need to Know to Grow Your VA Business

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Diana Ennen, Virtual Marketing blogger

Finding the right virtual assistant niche is a great way to build your virtual assistant business with the best clients for your particular niche.  These tips should help.

 

So what exactly is a niche? Easy, a niche is a target market or industry whose needs fit well with a particular skill set. The great thing about the virtual assistant industry is that the opportunities for matching the right talents with the right niche are tremendous.

Basically having a niche allows you to focus your time and energy on the exact people you want to work with. And the ones that will pay your rates!  You will also be able to market best to find the right clients once you are clear on your niche as well.  When you aren’t all over the board, your marketing works best.

Here’s a breakdown of numerous Virtual Assistant Niches and the services they provide:

Publicity Virtual Assistants – Marketing VAs – PR VAs (My favorite of course)

  • All types of marketing – Really any marketing can be done by a virtual assistant
  • Finding the right type of marketing for each individual client (yes it differs!)
  • Write and send out press releases and articles
  • Help with book promotions and business promotions
  • Send out pitches to the media and securing clients on radio shows, TV engagements, mentions in magazines & newspapers, etc.
  • Creating professional images
  • Finding speaking opportunities for clients to speak at
  • Helping them blog and also send out regular newsletters
  • Building their brand

Author Assistant Virtual Assistants – Authors are an excellent source of work for VAs.

  • Editing – Proofreading
  • Typing of manuscripts
  • PR and marketing – selling their books as well as selling the author’s services , especially for business books
  • Ebook and book creation (typesetting too)
  • Social media marketing
  • Landing speaking opportunities and more
  • Getting them set up on Amazon
  • Publishing assistance (self-published or published).

Speakers and Coaches – They have very similar roles so often virtual assistants target them both.

  • PR and marketing – article and press release writing and submissions, brand marketing, event promotions, etc.
  • Teleseminars – from scheduling to promoting and marketing and being instrumental in having them run successfully, a VA can assist with every aspect.
  • Websites – Creating websites and maintenance, blog assistance & more.
  • Social media marketing – getting them visible and keeping them visible
  • Consulting and brainstorming on creating courses, ebooks, etc.
  • Finding speaking opportunities & everything involved in making sure these opportunities go off without a hitch
  • Administrative – emails, calendar assistance, document preparation, etc.

Real Estate Virtual Assistants – The real estate industry is huge now.  Long forgotten is the big crash of yesterday.  Now it’s thriving.

  • Design ads / Social media images, etc.
  • Verify and setup appointments with buyers and sellers and calendar management – Keep track of the calendar for busy agents
  • Prepare and proofread documents and various paperwork
  • Update listings
  • Respond to email inquires
  • Administrative tasks
  • Listing Coordination / Transaction Coordination
  • Bookkeeping
  • Marketing – Everything from research to sending out press releases and pitches
  • Website Creating & Maintenance
  • Social Media Marketing
  • Content and Blog Writing
  • Video assistance
  • You name it, you can do it.

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Feb
01

Commit to Writing Press Releases in 2018

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Diana Ennen, Virtual Marketing bloggerNow is the time of year to start thinking just how can I get more clients, sales, etc., in 2018.  What shall I do? One great way to market your business is to commit to writing press releases.  The goal is to write newsworthy ones that shout great things about your business. Ones that show why your event is the go to event of the year or why your business rocks!  But just as important in doing press releases is doing them right. Here are some tips to help.

Press Release Tips

  • A press release is normally a one-page document to capture the attention of your target audience. Now you need to know who that audience is, but you should already have that down pat. If not, get back to work!
  • Now, more and more, instead of addressing reporters and editors, you’re going after your customers and clients. Include language directed toward them as well as SEO keywords (to help your audience “find” you) and keep your language current (don’t use “out-of-date” or “overused” phrases such as “unique, state of the art, etc.”).
  • Include a title (or “headline”), and a subheading. The subheading is a great way to add a few sentences to discuss your release more.  It complements the title.  Make sure your title rocks and has keywords and also enough description to know what the release is about.
  • The release will generally reveal the “who, what, when, where and why.” It’s important that it’s accurate, informative and of interest to others. Rewrite and edit as needed. This is especially true for event releases.  Having the right information is critical.
  • The first paragraph should be enticing and should knock their socks off. Get their attention and keep their attention.  Also, include a website link to your website or the link to the event.  Early on you want them going to check you out.
  • Then the body should include three or four supporting paragraphs. Give the target audience what they want to hear.
  • Use bullet points to highlight specific points of interest such as what will happen at the event, speakers, etc. For your business, highlight key new features or key points of interest.  A reader’s eyes tend to go to the bullet points first so you have the opportunity to show them the best stuff there.
  • Steer clear of too much “industry-specific jargon” and avoid long, drawn out sentences.
  • Remember your audience is often reading on their phone or iPad.
  • Make every word count. Make the release newsworthy. Share a story. Relate your offering to current special events. Detail what makes your event the one to attend.
  • Include a quote from you. It personalizes the release more. Plus it allows you to make a statement about your business or event.
  • The call to action is the last paragraph. Include information you want them to do, buy your book, go to your website, find more information about your event, etc.
  • Also, include in the call to action paragraph a sentence stating, “For media interviews contact name and email.”
  • Include a short bio in the about us section. Discuss you or your business here, not necessarily the event. In some cases you can have two about us sections as long as you always include your information first.  Say, you and then information on the host of the event for example.

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Dec
07

Changes You Can Make Now to Increase Your 2018 Profits

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Diana Ennen, Virtual Marketing bloggernew year new startThe new year is nearly upon us  … a time to reflect on the past and look forward to the future.  A time to see everything as a new beginning.  And a time to be proud of everything you’ve done, even the small things.

If you know me well, you know one of the things I do a lot of is CELEBRATING!  Not the dance on the table with a lamp shade celebrating, but more the “Yeah, my pitch worked and I got my client in Inc Magazine.  Or after months of trying, I finally landed that client.  Bring out the bubbly, we are going to party!  I always try to celebrate the big wins and the little wins. Why? Because then when I have a “bad” day, I can reflect on the better days ahead.

The New Year is a great time to starting thinking about building your business.  Funny how January has that power.  Everyone is in the “grow” mode.  So with that, here are my top tips to increase your profits in 2018.

Tips to Increase Your Profits in 2018:

  • Do a website review – while you are changing that footer on your site from 2017 to 2018, spend some time and do a quick review of your site.  Read over it like you just put it up, and check those links, contact forms, etc.  Review the SEO and keywords to ensure you are still good to go. Review the services or products page.  Can you improve upon that?  Does it still represent all you do today?  Is it easy to purchase your products? Remember making it easy for your customers to order, will allow them to purchase more.  Now check your website on your phone.  Is it mobile-friendly or do you get a few sentences per screen?  Do whatever it takes to represent you in the best way possible.
  • Conduct a social media review – Devote a week each month in January, to reviewing your social media and make changes.  One week focus on Facebook.  The next week on Twitter.  Then LinkedIn, etc.  Now naturally you want to keep all your social media efforts going throughout the month, but if you focus on one each week, hopefully you can accomplish so much more.  You know the usual, add more content, etc., but what you want to do is plan out 2018.  Use that week to come up with a 3 month plan.  At the end of the three months you can review, and broken down into 3 months segments help.
  • Create passive income streams– Take some time and consider what you can do to get some passive income in each month.  Can you convert that webinar into a product you can sell?  How close are you to writing a new ebook?  Can you connect with those you have associated in your industry and see what they are offering?  Sign up for affiliates.  Just see what you can do to bring in income that doesn’t require you to do it.

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Nov
27

Entrepreneur Tips – Things to Consider Before Starting Your Business

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Diana Ennen, Virtual Marketing bloggerHere are several things to consider before starting your business

1) Costs – Know it all. Research and ask questions. Find out not just about the normal operating costs, but what else might be required. Write it all down and plan accordingly. Have money for several months or plan to work part-time. Too many fail because they don’t have the money to succeed.

2) Marketing – Most businesses don’t work without marketing effectively. Be sure you know how you will market this business and also that you have the expertise to do it. If not, get reading or be prepared to hire someone. Be prepared before you start and have that plan ready to go.

3) Be passionate – That’s the only way to keep going and face those odds, exhaustion and temptation to throw in the towel. You aren’t going to love what you do every day, but on the whole you have to believe in it and want to continue doing it. Read More→

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Nov
20

Money Management Tips for Virtual Assistants & Small Business Owners

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Diana Ennen, Virtual Marketing blogger

Money management is one of those topics many virtual assistants and small business owners routinely put off and hope for the best. It’s front and center on the mind on April 1st in anticipation of the April 15th tax deadline, but then it goes straight to the back burner for the rest of the year. Bookkeeping and money management are best practiced year-round. When done this way, it gives you rewards of more money, more peace of mind, and above all else, a happy IRS!

Smart business owners know the importance of good money management and apply tactics in their business to actually help them. The following tips are sure to help:

Be Smart And Continually Learn More – Learn as much as you can from the get go. It’s often said it’s not how much money you earn, but what you do with it that counts. Totally applies to business decisions regarding money management and budgeting. Follow those you know on social media who offer business and money tips. Read all you can and know that especially in March and April many will be posting more business tips. When you see a tip you like, keep it and see how it can apply to your own business.

Track Your Income and Expenses – Seems silly to state the obvious here, but you’d be surprised at the number of business owners who haven’t got a clue about their operating costs, net income/loss, cash flow—none of it. It’s easy to see all of the income and expenses you incur on a regular basis if you keep records and write everything down. Don’t close your eyes (and your Quickbooks file) and hope things works out. By writing everything down or entering it into accounting software, you are well aware of your business status and can then plan business finances and make smart decisions on a regular basis.

If you don’t have accounting software that’s okay… log it all in a binder or Excel spreadsheet. For large purchases (anything over $100) include item description, use in business, date purchased, what you paid, and any model or serial numbers. Then you have an accurate accounting of items for tax purposes, an insurance record, and for software user licenses.

Budget for The Year Ahead & Start Making Good Choices – Create a budget and stick with it as best you can. Be honest and know that each year you will get better at this. Put away money for taxes. Save for expenses. And don’t buy things you can’t afford. Review this budget throughout the year. Honestly nothing beats looking at your budget and realizing how well you are doing.

Also, know that with your virtual assistant business, income might differ month to month. On those rock’n months, put extra away to compensate for any slower months or invest it back into your business.

Review Your Books Monthly – How much did you make? How much did you spend? Were these smart decisions or are there ways you can improve. While many business owners review their accounts monthly, they don’t spend time looking for ways to improve. That’s where the magic happens. By reviewing and analyzing them you also see if you need to make major business adjustments and also can identify trends so you can plan accordingly for upcoming years.

This cannot only save you money, it will also allow you to see if there are any mistakes. Yes, mistakes happen. For example, were any automatic payments taken out that shouldn’t have and more? While you are reviewing these, take a minute to consider if you are fully utilizing the services you are paying for. Is there a cheaper alternative that can still give you similar results?

Pay Yearly When Possible – If you know you have ongoing expenses, whenever possible pay for the year instead of making monthly payments. This can save you a considerable amount of money as normally businesses give discounts for annual payments. Web hosting is a good example of this. Look for other cost saving tips as well. Read More→

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Nov
13

My Best Marketing & VA Tweets Throughout the Years

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Diana Ennen, Virtual Marketing bloggerTwitter BirdRecently I found a way to download all my Twitter posts. It was so easy. All I had to do was log into my twitter account – click on Settings – go down to your twitter archive – click request and BAM — It’s done. You then get a Excel Sheet with all your tweets.

Then what you want to do is in the column with your tweets, do a Sort by A-Z and then all your tweets will be together by hashtag and description so you can easily see them and review.

This is so great because now you can create new material (I’m making images from some of my tweets,) and also get a feel for the tweets you’ve done. This sparks the creative juices to write new and improved ones as well.
Now that I have year’s worth of tips, I thought I’d share some of the best with you.

#PR Tips:

#PRTip – When you see a title of an article that really captivates your attention, write it down. That can lead to a great title or subject line down the road. In fact, keep a list of titles you like. You’ll be so glad you did when the time comes to come up with a new title for your article or blog posting and you just tweak from your list.

#PRTip – Keywords are so important and consistency is too. Use the same keywords repeatedly in order to improve your SEO rankings. Be sure to use those same keywords in the blog titles.

#PRTip – Getting an award is definitely newsworthy enough for a press release. It’s good to “shine the light” on your accomplishments. And remember share these releases with your followers so they can see all you are up to.

#PRTip – Always double-check your website links and preview your release before you hit send. Also, when possible, add in a keyword-driven description under your logo.

#PRTip – Keep samples of the releases, articles, media, etc., you write in a spiral-bound notebook or three-ring binder. Often the language can be similar and it really helps to see the previous ones to help write new ones.

#PRTip – Don’t put too many website links in your press releases. Only add the main supporting links. Too many links can distract those reading the release! Also, all these links should be yours.

#‎PRTip‬ – My top recommendations for sending out a press release are eReleases, PRWeb, OnlinePRNews and 24-7 Press Releases. It’s important when you write a release to get the most traction from it and I find these work the best.

‪#‎PRTip‬‬ – Need ideas for headlines for your blog postings, articles, newsletters, etc, check out major magazines and their headlines for their stories inside on the covers. Which ones catch your attention right away? These magazines have mastered the art of getting you to look inside so see how you can apply the same principles to your marketing.

#PRTip – Don’t be a one-pitch wonder. Keep in mind, often people need to see you numerous times in order to connect and recognize you. Build those relationships.

#Book Marketing Tips:

#BookMarketing Tips – Avoid having your book launch too close to a holiday or other event that might take attention away from it. Also, if planning ahead on dates, consider all that needs to be done prior to the launch and plan accordingly. Be sure to add in a little extra time for those unexpected delays!

#BookMarketing Tips – Some books are perfect for different holidays. Remember…the media likes to interview unique guests and, if you have that book and are that special guest, get out there and let them know about it!

#BookMarketing Tip – Remember, marketing begins way before the book is finished. Complete most of your marketing before that book launch so, when the book is ready, you are too!

#BookMarketing Tips – An aggressive press release campaign can be one of your best and most cost-effective ways to promote your book. It not only brings exposure to your book, but it rocks your SEO results and backlinks! Your release can cover the launch of your book, any great reviews you received, an upcoming book tour or book signing, any speaking engagements you have up and coming, any radio appearances, and so much more! Remember the most important basis for a press release: It has to be newsworthy. Be sure to include in your press release all calls to action—buy my book, do a review, come to my book signing, etc.

#BookMarketing Tips – Be sure your website is set up to accept orders correctly. And, be sure that your message is clear before you market (review this frequently). Once you drive potential customers to your site, you want your site to do the rest and sell those customers!

#BookMarketing Tips – Blogging is a great way to get PR about your book. It allows you to connect with your readers, as well as those who are just curious about you but haven’t yet taken the plunge as a devoted fan. Blogging builds relationships, allows you to share more about yourself than just what appears in your book, and is the perfect place to post your book reviews or ask for reviews. Be consistent with your blogging and, whenever you add a new blog posting, mention it on all your social media channels.

#BookMarketing Tips – Radio and TV interviews are great ways to promote your newly released book. Plan for these the week of the release and schedule in advance so that all the particulars are set up and ready to go!

#BookMarketing Tips – Don’t do all your marketing when your book launches and stop. So many authors do this. They go out with a bang and then slitter back to the background in the upcoming months. Be committed to market for best results.

#BookMarketing Tips – Know your target audience. No, not everyone would love your book. Then be sure in your Facebook ads, and all marketing that you talk to them!

#VATips (Virtual Assistant Tips):

#VATip – Always have clear payment guidelines outlined in writing with clients. Everything works better when everyone knows what is expected!

#VATip – If you are available to your clients, they will trust that you have their back. Not saying be there 24/7 for them at all. Just if they have a quick question, respond ASAP. They will appreciate it.

#VATip – Let a VA Coach can help you establish your pricing. Have you ever sent out a proposal and thought, “Wow, that was too high, they will never hire me.” Or, worse yet, “Man, I’m working for nothing…I totally bid that wrong. Why did I do that?” Even the best of us have done this. But, with the right plan and review of your clients, services, skills, experience, etc., you can feel good about your pricing and know it’s right for you. Plus, I’ll bet you find that you will charge quite a bit more than you thought you could (or may be charging currently) once you have that “pricing discussion” with your coach. Read More→

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