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Are You Answering Your Telephone? 0

Posted on October 29, 2021 by Justine Curtis - My Virtual Assistant

I’m sure like most solo professionals, entrepreneurs and small businesses you spend a fair amount of time, money and effort marketing your product or service.

Your prospect hears or sees your marketing messages, decides that they like you, trust you and finally (drum roll please) they want to work with you. They pick up the telephone to speak to you and instead of you they get a recorded voicemail saying “sorry but your call cannot be taken at the moment…”

Disgruntled prospect? A lost sale? All that marketing activity a complete waste of time, money and effort? Quite possibly.

Now how differently would that prospect have felt if that call had been taken by a real live person who was polite and courteous. You were still personally unavailable but the prospect would have advised that you were in a meeting or away from your desk and that their call would be returned as soon as you were available.

Would that prospect feel that they had been acknowledged? Would they have the impression that you had an effiiceint receptionist or colleague passing on your messages? Would they have a far better impression of you and your company? The details of that call would then be instantly forwarded to you by email or text to deal with as appropriate.

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Effective Email Marketing – Part 7 0

Posted on August 11, 2017 by Justine Curtis - My Virtual Assistant

Invite Interaction

Do not forget to ask your readers for their comments, questions or future topics they would like to see covered. The whole point of writing an ezine or newsletter is to build a relationship with your prospects and invite further interaction. You want them to take the next step by picking up the telephone or sending you an email. Make it clear that not only is this an acceptable way of contacting you, but the best way.

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Effective Email Marketing – Part 5 0

Posted on August 04, 2017 by Justine Curtis - My Virtual Assistant

Get The Balance Right

It can be very tempting to fill each of your ezines with information about your latest service or product, and, indeed, your readers will be expecting to hear a certain amount of that. But, do not forget also to include some free tips or an advice spot. Giving a measured amount of free information marks you as an expert in your field, and a generous one at that.

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How to Get Involved With Social Media – Linked In 0

Posted on July 09, 2017 by Justine Curtis - My Virtual Assistant

LinkedIn is more of a business networking tool than strictly a social one. It is structured in such a way that your occupation and education are featured more than hobbies and interests for example. However, it works in much the same way as Facebook in that you can invite people to connect with you and join common interest groups. It also has a feature where you can recommend people so it’s great for asking for testimonials.

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How to Get Involved With Social Media – Facebook 0

Posted on July 07, 2017 by Justine Curtis - My Virtual Assistant

Many of us have used Facebook for personal networking for many years. But did you know you can also use if for business? Again it’s a great way to connect with people with similar interests and it’s easy to build relationships by interacting with other people in your network.
You can also create fan pages for your business and post events to advertise particular product launches.

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How To Get Involved With Social Media – Twitter 0

Posted on July 02, 2017 by Justine Curtis - My Virtual Assistant

Twitter has become increasing popular over the past year or so with everyone who’s anyone Tweeting their little hearts out. Twitter is a micro-blogging site which limits the length of the comments you can post to 140 characters. It’s no go for posting large chunks of content but ideal for posting links to interesting information.

Twitter is highly interactive and users re-post other peoples comments (Tweets) if they are useful and also respond. You choose who you “follow”, i.e.: whose Tweets you read, so it is a great platform for making contacts and establishing relationships.
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How To Get Involved With Social Media – Blogging 0

Posted on June 30, 2017 by Justine Curtis - My Virtual Assistant

With a blog you can post content in the form of text and pictures and it is possible to have a two way dialogue by way of people commenting on your posts. You can have control over what comments actually appear on your pages if you manage your comments using your preferred blogging software so you can approve, delete or mark them as spam.

Blogs can be written in many styles from the very informal personal right through to a professional corporate blog. It’s important as a small business to inject some personality into your blog as your followers are trying to get to know you as well as read your material.

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How Can Social Media Help My Business? 0

Posted on June 25, 2017 by Justine Curtis - My Virtual Assistant

There are various social media platforms you can use to deliver messages to your readers and followers which we’ll look at through the remainder of this series. But before embarking on any marketing activity, it’s important to know why it’s useful.

Social media is instant so your messages can be delivered as they happen, and most importantly, it’s interactive, you are actually inviting comment and suggestion. Of course the most important point to remember is that the search engines love social media is its content is current and fresh. Your comments will be picked up by the search engines – how exciting is that?

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Why Social Media is Important to Your Business 0

Posted on June 23, 2017 by Justine Curtis - My Virtual Assistant

We’ve all heard the phrase social media, but what actually is social media and how can you use it to help your business?

In short, social media is a term that encapsulates a number of online communication platforms which make it easy for people to not only publish their own news and views but also comment on that posted by others.

Why Is Social Media Important?

Communities of like-minded people are forming around common interests over the Web regardless of where they are based in the world because the regular restrictions of geographical locations do not apply.

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How To Get Involved With Social Media – Twitter 0

Posted on June 20, 2017 by Justine Curtis - My Virtual Assistant
Twitter has become increasing popular over the past year or so with everyone who’s anyone Tweeting their little hearts out. Twitter is a micro-blogging site which limits the length of the comments you can post to 140 characters. It’s no go for posting large chunks of content but ideal for posting links to interesting information.
Twitter is highly interactive and users re-post other peoples comments (Tweets) if they are useful and also respond. You choose who you “follow”, i.e.: whose Tweets you read, so it is a great platform for making contacts and establishing relationships.
For detailed information about the latest pricing, services and packages available, please visit My Virtual Assistant to download our latest information pack.

Twitter has become increasing popular over the past year or so with everyone who’s anyone Tweeting their little hearts out. Twitter is a micro-blogging site which limits the length of the comments you can post to 140 characters. It’s no go for posting large chunks of content but ideal for posting links to interesting information.Twitter is highly interactive and users re-post other peoples comments (Tweets) if they are useful and also respond. You choose who you “follow”, i.e.: whose Tweets you read, so it is a great platform for making contacts and establishing relationships.For detailed information about the latest pricing, services and packages available, please visit My Virtual Assistant to download our latest information pack.

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