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Would you offer your signature program or course if you knew you'd have support along the way?

Maybe you already offer a kick ass program, but making it evergreen seems too far away. Maybe you have the bones of a great course mapped out but you have no idea how to offer it.

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Secure Password Sharing = Peace of Mind for Everyone

In my opinion, passwords are one of those necessary evils that we have to deal with. Business owners have an average of 191 passwords. And in my green VA days, this scared the shit out of me, ya’ll. I was worried about knowing and protecting the sign-in data of every single client. Plus, being the ever people-pleasing person I am, I was concerned for my clients and thought that it probably wasn’t so professional to have all this data on a spreadsheet. Luckily, LastPass entered my life shortly after I embarked on this self-employment journey. It was one of the first platforms I learned when I first started out.

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Anatomy of a welcome/warming sequence

Have you ever heard that the fortune is in the follow up? It’s true! Once they receive your lead magnet, you should be following up with a welcome sequence. This series of emails should be dripped over a number of days and be informational. Introduce yourself, let the reader get to know you and share more expertise.

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What is a lead magnet/freebie and why should I have at least one?

Most online business owners, and especially the ones I work with, want to grow their email lists. A bigger email list means that you have more people to market to, and more potential customers for you so it’s no secret that your email list is super powerful when it comes to growing and increasing your revenue. But how do you increase the number of people who sign up for your email list? That answer, my friend, lies in your lead magnet.

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5 tips to content creation

Something I struggle with in my business is content creation. Questions like “What do I write about?” and “Do I even know what I am talking about?” have plagued me so much that I avoided writing blogs for the first two years I was in business. The truth is though, that in order to grow and get myself out there, I needed to move past my fears and just do it.

The good news is that content comes in many different forms such as blog posts, YouTube videos, facebook lives, or social media graphics/workbooks. The tricky part for me was coming with ideas and implementing that actual creation of the content. So today, I an going to share with you a few tips and tricks on content creation.

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9 Programs You Will Use In A Virtual Assistant Business

Squarespace is user friendly and has a ton of tutorials to check out if you help. Choose your template and have fun with it. Once I grew and began using more systems, I was able to integrate those right into my website and it grew with me. My first website was built on flavors.me. It was easy and it was cheap. But easy and cheap is what the website looked like. Now, when I find the time, I play with my website and toy around with other templates. There isn’t as much customization as WordPress but i find it much easier to work with.

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