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CVA Spotlight – Sacred Health Academy

Client Spotlight

Join us for this months Client Spotlight! We talk with Laurie Morse from Sacred Health Academy. Hear from Laurie as she shares her top tips for working with a Virtual Assistant!

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January 29th, 2021 by Client Advocate Team | No Comments »

How will we connect?


When I became a VA a few years ago, my first thought was, “how in the world will I connect with the people I work with?” With a computer screen between us, it felt like an impossible task. To really have a true relationship with my clients or my coworkers. Yet a few years have past and I feel as though I’ve gotten to know. Even more than some people I’ve worked with in person!

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January 15th, 2021 by Client Advocate Team | No Comments »

It’s not a job. It’s a calling.

Teamwork and Business Human Resources – Group of business people working together as successful team building strength and unity for organization. Partnership, agreement and teamwork concept.

I didn’t become a virtual assistant because my life-long dream was to become a virtual assistant.  I became a virtual assistant because I needed a JOB.

Now, coming into my 12th year of wearing the proverbial virtual assistant hat, I can’t imagine doing anything else.  It’s not a job.  It’s a calling.

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December 18th, 2020 by Client Advocate Team | No Comments »

CVA Rockstar – Aimee Sadler on Client Retention

Client retention is often the hardest part of being a virtual assistant. It can be a struggle sometimes to navigate the different personalities.  One thing that makes me a CVA Rockstar is my ability to retain my clients. I do this by adhering to 4 key tenets.

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August 21st, 2020 by Client Advocate Team | No Comments »

Secret Components of a Great Blog

Blogging for your business is a great way to establish your company’s online presence. Blogging started out as a personal indulgence online, with individuals writing about whatever subject they had on their mind. Today, blogs are also built strategically for businesses to get the word out regarding who they are, what they do, and why you should trust them. Once you decide to create one, you’ll have to come up with a title and general idea of the kind of thing you’ll blog about. While that doesn’t seem complicated, it’s good to understand the difference between your company “blog” and writing marketing articles. For some guidance on that topic, read here. Don’t let blogging and the time or skill it can take turn you off to having one. You can use a virtual assistant to not only provide a great blog using these components, but to do so on a regular schedule so you don’t have to.

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5 Things to Put on Your New Year’s Resolution List

The end of the year is always a time for reflection, both personally and professionally. Both what were you able to accomplish over the year and what areas do you want to improve on in the coming year are common thoughts that cross many people’s minds. When it comes to your business, there are always areas you can improve on or change. When making your New Year’s resolution list this year for your business, here are five things that you might want to add.

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