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Archive of: 2017

October is Cyber Security Month

Written by Joycelyn Lewis on 23 October 2017

Why you should get into the habit of protecting your business from the growing online threat attacks. How would this affect your business? How quickly would you be able to get up and running if you had an attack?

Why There's More to A Virtual Assistant Than Meets the Eye

Written by Joycelyn Lewis on 02 August 2017

The process of recruiting somebody to help you in your business is one of the most difficult tasks that any business owner can face today. Even in a hiring environment that is so densely populated with people who find themselves to be newly unemployed, the task of finding somebody "good" is like finding the proverbial needle in a haystack.

Calculating The True Cost of a Virtual Assistant

Written by Joycelyn Lewis on 01 August 2017

Have you ever calculated what an hour of time is worth to you? As a small business owner can you put a value on every task that you perform on any given day? It's surprising to learn that many entrepreneurs and successful business people still do not really understand what their time is worth.

Ideas For Outsourcing Your Design Projects Online

Written by Joycelyn Lewis on 24 July 2017

Have you ever tried working with Corel, Adobe or some of the other desktop design programmes? Maybe you have tried working with one of those proprietary banner design makers. They can all be intriguing and quite fascinating, but if you – like most of us – do not have a propensity for graphic design then you are certainly wasting valuable time. As a small business owner you should be working on business creation and not on all of these ancillary elements associated with positioning and marketing your business. This is where your virtual assistant can shine, after all.

How Virtual Assistants Can Help You Interpret "The Signal".

Written by Joycelyn Lewis on 14 June 2017

There is scarcely a business task that cannot be outsourced to a virtual assistant. This is particularly true when it comes to marketing and promoting a business. Marketing is of course the lifeblood of any organisation and cannot be ignored, even when times are lean. The company that is not focusing on marketing is essentially falling backward when compared to its peers and opponents. There are so many different facets to marketing, yet it's essentially about that all-important USP, or unique selling proposition.