1. Build a Business Website
Create current content that’s useful and relevant to keep your visitors returning to your website often. Be sure to post useful articles and helpful resources. The key is to have a well maintained and updated website. Do not leave old information, like events, that are years old. Your visitors might not want stay on your website or hire you as their virtual assistant.
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2. Market Your Business with Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
Once they have evaluated how it flows now, they can make changes with high quality content and structure. They can help you improve your bottom line both online and offline.
Your website needs at least three key words per tab for the major search engines, like Internet Explorer, Google, Bing, Yahoo, and Foxfire, to target your site. Google Analytics tracks the visitors to your site daily and can tell you which areas of your website were seen.
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3. Build a Business Blog Website
After you have your business website is published a blog site is a wonderful addition that will draw visitors to your website.
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4. Update Your Business contacts
Create a spreadsheet to list your business contacts and their contact information. Some of these contacts might be one of your future clients. Some small business owners have an affiliate program where you can earn money referring them to possible clients on your website.
5. Maintain Your Social Media Presence
Create a user profile on all the major social media platforms, like LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and Pinterest. They all have their advantages and disadvantages. You can possibly find your ideal clients with these social media platforms.
6. Become a Guest Blogger
You can be a guest blogger on websites like MyBogGuest, Guest Bloggers, and Problogger.
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Guest-Bloggers is a website where you submit a blog to share with the general public on a wide variety of topics like business, health and marketing (http://guest-bloggers.com/)
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7. Join Virtual Assistant (VA) Associations and Research VA Resources
Joining VA Associations is a great way to meet other Vas and to market your business.
The International Virtual Assistants Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to the professional education and development of members of the Virtual Assistance profession, and to educating the public on the role and function of the Virtual Assistant (http://www.ivaa.org/)
VAnetworking at is the world’s largest social networking community for Virtual Assistants and virtual entrepreneurs are sharing their tips for using a Virtual Assistant to communicate effectively in your business (http://www.vanetworking.com/
Virtual Assistant Forums is a forum that provides resources, support, classes, and information for VAs (http://www.virtualassistantforums.com/)
8. Join Virtual Assistant magazine sites
A VA magazine is a great way to market your business.
Virtual Online Woman’s Magazine, women writers, headlining articles, women’s issues and news (http://www.virtual-online-magazine.com/)
Virtual Strategy Magazine is an online publication devoted entirely to virtualization technologies (http://www.virtual-strategy.com/)
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