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The UK Association of Virtual Assistants attracts members who are generally women who run their own businesses from home, often with children of school age. If you supply a product or service to this demographic, would you like to partner … Continue reading
Make sure your web site is the best it can be. This is your virtual shop window and the first impression most potential clients will see.
Build your newsletter or Ezine subscriber list – put a sign up box on your web site.
Set up a newsletter or Ezine to keep in touch with both clients and prospects.
Ask your existing clients and contacts for referrals to potential clients and connectors.
Join a local networking group to gain local visibility and at least one online group too, don’t forget as a ‘virtual’ worker you can work with anyone, anywhere!
Create pre-paid packages to entice clients to pay in advance for blocks of time, they benefit from a small discount, you benefit from not having to chase overdue invoices and increased budgeting capacity.
Tip 10 Adjust settings on your software so that the image and text are large enough for you to see comfortably.
Tip 9 Don’t hold the phone between ear and shoulder – you’re likely to get a sore neck.
Tip 8 Take regular breaks away from the keyboard and screen.