Virtual assistants can come in various types depending on their abilities and skills. Some are well-equipped with knowledge in logistics, while others are experts in web-based services such as email management, do research, and managing social media accounts.
We have listed down some of the things Virtual Assistants can assist you with.Read more
The first step you take as an Amazon seller after hiring a virtual assistant, an agency, or a remote partner is to give them access to your Amazon Seller Central Account.
This access is necessary for your partner to conduct operations on your seller central account. It enables them to gather reports, data, or campaign management activities like creating new listings, promotions, campaigns, adding keywords, and uploading products.Read more
Every Virtual Assistant had Experienced this…
It really doesn’t matter if you are a rookie virtual assistant or a customer service pro. Everyone has experienced those difficult clients that make any project a living hell.
The first step is to identify which type of client you have. All clients are not made the same. They come in all different sizes, attitudes, and demands. Some demands are realistic and others will have you pulling your hair out. But there is hope. Here are some profiles of those clients and how to spot them.Read more
Virtual Assistants or VAs manage both online and offline works which are now in huge demand from entrepreneurs and businesses. A VA can assist a business owner “virtually” or online. They find this line of work challenging and fulfilling because, every day, there is another task to be assigned and no two days are the same.Read more
A Fruitful Work Experience: Students From Different Schools in Panabo City Participate Internship With MOVA Through SPES
by Jocelyn Fernandez in Uncategorized
A Fruitful Work Experience:
Students from Different Schools in Panabo City Participate Internship with MoVA Through SPES Program
My Own VA (MoVA) was invited to take part in Panabo City’s Special Program for Employment of Students (SPES) last April 20, 2018. The interns came from Maryknoll College of Panabo, Northlink Technical College and several public schools in the city. Their schools required them to undergo on the job training so SPES, through PESO Panabo, conducted a screening and interviewed each of them to make sure their skills and interests can suffice the demands of MoVA’s clients. Most of the participants were IT students and have sufficient background in computer work. Though MoVA was more about admin support, management and graphic design, the interns still learned a lot during the two month program.Read more