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This Week at VAnetworking

Posted by Erin on July 6, 2009

This is an exciting week at! I have joined the Summer fun courses at that are scheduled to being Today. Tawnya, the founder of VAnetworking will be conducting the first class on becoming a VA. It appears there are a few seats left so hurry over to join me!

Here is the line up of classes this week:

July 6th – Monday – 6PM PST
Tawnya Sutherland – Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Becoming a VA But Were Afraid to Ask!

July 7th – Tuesday – 10AM PST
Karri Flatla – 3 Little Things (And One Big Thing) to Help VAs Create Winning Web Copy

July 9th – Thursday – 2PM PST
Anna Baron – What Every VA Should Know About SEO

I hope to see some of you there!


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Virtual Assistant Summer Fun

Posted by Erin on June 22, 2009

Are you a Virtual Assistant who is ready to stop stressing about the economy, have some fun while getting smarter and getting ahead?

What about a series of informative and engaging webinars given by the best and the brightest in virtual assistance? All for one low price PLUS a truckload of free downloads and special offers?

Tawnya Suthernland has rounded up the brightest and the best of the VA industry. And they’ve committed to sharing real world tools and examples of how they themselves are maintaining-even growing-a successful VA practice. This is an exciting summer workshop series of 28 educational eSeminars to benefit virtual assistants worldwide.

These seminars will be presented, over the course of the summer, by fellow Virtual Assistants who have been there, done that, and want to share all that (and more) with you! You will gain access to cutting edge information about getting ahead in an increasingly competitive virtual business environment.

The cost? ONLY $27 to attend all 28 seminars!

Order now!

(NOTE: There are only 100 seats available and they will go quickly at this fantastic low price!)

Now, can you afford NOT to Pay 96 cents Per 1-hour seminar, each presented by some Of the most talented virtual pros in your industry?

You can’t beat this anywhere online. She has scheduled these eSeminars for a variety of times throughout the summer to hopefully catch each and everyone’s time schedule.

Plus each of our speakers will give you an added FREE resource to download after the seminar. There will be tip sheets, eBooks, audios, special reports and more.

So…pop over to view who’s walking down the red carpet to speak to you …

I hope to see you there. From one VA to another…ENJOY!

Visit VAClassroom and find out how you can learn the skills you need to skyrocket your business

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The Benefits of the VAnetworking toolbar

Posted by Erin on June 4, 2009

I have been using this toolbar for a long time now and it is just great. I can’t even tell you how many times I use it in a day.
You can type in the Google search bar and ‘wala’ there you go, there’s your search. There are VA goodies and tools that you have one click access too. These are very helpful too. You also have gadgets that can come in handy from time to time. You can also add more easy items, such as POP3 email notifications, forum updates, VA global groups,  up-to-date weather and more.
If you would like more information or to download the VAnetworking toolbar visit their site here ( Enjoy your new toolbar.

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Why should you network with other virtual assistants?

Posted by Erin on April 29, 2009

Most virtual assistants start their own business with an extensive background in administrative or secretarial work. But not all of us have a networking or PR background. So this means you will have to take the step to learn this new area and develop your skills. A great place to start is with forums and groups that are specifically for VAs. Join and look around, read all the introduction announcements and rules so you know how to interact with the group appropriately. If you know any of the VAs in the group connect with them. Introduce yourself and your business. This is a great learning ground for how to network yourself.

Once you are comfortable and feel you are getting the hang of it you should branch out to social networking sites. These are great places to present your brand, and your unique business. Show your expertise! Take time on your profile, input all you can. This is the first thing people will see about your business. Link your site and your blog if you can. Add your articles where you can. Give advice if someone needs it. Join groups within these social networking sites. Keep your profiles up to date and fresh.

One of my favorite networking sites is This site has so much information. You can become a VAinsider and have access to new learning materials, examples and much more. I am a VAinsider and love it. I get to attend learning seminars, access discounts, learning archieves, templates, and the list goes on.

So go out and get started on your networking. You will learn more, get to know other virtual assistants, and potentially get more work. It is well worth your time. Once you start it will become a habit and will no longer be difficult for you. You may even enjoy it!

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Fun Virtual Egg Hunt going on until April 15th

Posted by Erin on April 6, 2009

There is an egg hunt going on with a great prize. How do you play? Go to and look for 10 eggs. Find the complete details here.

VAnetworking Egg Hunt

They’re having a spring egg hunt and your invited! Check out the prizes you will win!

I found my 10. Have you?

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