Virtual Assistant Friends Learning from Each Other

photo by Renjith Krishnan at FreeDigitalPhotosDotNetA few weeks ago Kena, Jen, and I all got an email from another virtual assistant, Darlene Victoria of A Virtual Perception. A Virtual Perception is the audio podcast that provides business resources (and more) to Virtual Assistants and other business professionals.

We were invited to do a podcast interview regarding our virtual assistant group blog! We were all so happy to be invited to share our purpose for writing about our work at home life!

To download the podcast and get links to the services referenced in this podcast, see A Virtual Perception’s latest blog post: Episode 57: 1 Blog + 3 VAs = Awesome Results

To hear the interview while reading this post you can play here:

This turned out to be a fun conversation among all four of us virtual assistants who shared the common bond of building our virtual businesses while balancing a home and personal life. We each have our own story and our own struggles. The highlighted point of this podcast was that even though we have never actually met, and in traditional business we should even be in competition with one another, the truth is that when we work together we can build so much more.

Darlene also asked each of us some targeted, niche specific questions:

Kena was asked for advice about Facebook fan pages for business. She also shared some really great advice for those of us who are working with clients who have us virtual assistants run their fan page.

Amber (that’s me! ; ) schooled everyone on keywords. I also wrote up a little virtual assistant keyword cheat sheet to provide a bit of visual aid and remind you of some of the most important places to use your keywords.

Jen was asked to share a bit about organizing your virtual office. She gave some great tips that anyone can use like how to go paperless!

The Work at Home Life bloggers are virtual assistants who came together to write a group blog to help other internet companies grow their businesses as we have. If you have a team of virtual assistants that you trust and know their quality of work, you may want to consider starting a group blog of your own. It’s amazing what we can learn from each other.

A special thanks to Darlene Victoria from A Virtual Perception for asking us to be a part of one of her professional and educational podcasts!

“Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much.” Helen Keller

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