Virtual Assisting

Can You Afford a VA to Support Your Emerging Business?

By |July 3rd, 2018|

Among all of the other concerns you have as an entrepreneur or solopreneur, cash is usually tight when starting a new business. Getting the help you need to get your business off the ground can be expensive, frustrating, and time consuming so, the obvious question you ask yourself is, can you afford a VA?

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Virtual Business Services & Business Relationship Management

By |June 3rd, 2018|

It may seem obvious to most but still must be said that, the internet has had a powerful and lasting effect on many aspects of our lives. From the personal to the public and from social to professional, relationships have and will continue to evolve because of the nature of life online. As a provider […]

Is a Facebook Business Page a good idea for my business?

By |August 9th, 2017|

Likes. Comments. Paid for advertisements. Pay per click. There’s a lot to Facebook and when you have a business page it is easy to get caught up in being involved in the arious ways to get your message out. Where is your time best spent? What about your money? According to Forbes it is extremely important […]

7 Steps to a Successful Joint Venture

By |June 2nd, 2017|

One great way to increase reach to potential new clients is a joint venture.  By taking advantage of another business’s strength in an area where your business is weak and offering a complementary benefit to the other business, a joint venture arrangement can be beneficial to both businesses. For example, if you have a product […]

Going from Free to Paid Products or Services…3 Quick Tips to Ease the Transition

By |April 3rd, 2017|

Some of us offer free products or services to win eyeballs and hope that wallets will follow. Small problem: It’s hard to support free forever.  So how do you ease that transition?
1.  If you are looking to offer your product or service for free, then keep it free or at the very least set the […]

Are You Really Hiring For Talent?

By |January 6th, 2017|

Sticky subject time…
In my world, there is a TON of content out there on how best to respond to proposals, how to interview in the best way possible, what you should and should not do on an interview; the list goes on.  But what I don’t see a lot of is when the shoe is […]

5 Key Questions That Every Business Owner Should Be Asking Themselves

By |October 3rd, 2016|

In order to be successful as a small business owner, you need to check in with yourself from time-to-time to really access where your business is.  This is really the first step to making any type of change to your business.  If you don’t know where you are currently at, it’s almost impossible to get […]

Are we there yet?

By |August 2nd, 2016|

How many of you are parents who have experienced the, “are we there yet?”, phenomenon that happens with our kids while en route to wherever our destinations may be?  Or, how many of you remember doing that as a child (or teen..okay even as an adult…I raised my hand to all three!)”?  Now, how many […]

Consulting – When to stop working for free

By |July 9th, 2016|

Learn when to draw the line between advice and consulting                                                 
The hardest part about consulting is learning when to give free advice and when to charge someone for your expertise. Part of gaining new business is showing potential customers what you are capable of doing and a lot of times consultants are willing to give […]

Do you have the right flavor?

By |May 1st, 2016|

Make sure your marketing communications program is meeting your company’s individual needs. 
One of my passions is cooking. I love to try new recipes for dinners and I especially love baking. When I bake, I always make my creations from scratch. Why? I love the fact that I can pick and choose the flavors, how […]