Today’s topics are utterly absorbing. We talked about important things that are in-demand yet not very easy to do for beginners.
We talked about social media marketing and how it relates to our job as a VA. After that, we quickly touched base with SEO and blogging for business.
There are tons of things I learned about Social Media tools. Wix and MailChimp are two of my favorites. It’s my first time to hear Gamblr, but the video tutorial was very detailed and thorough.
I have to research more about Socialclout and Socialoomph as these two applications are very new to me.
I appreciate the additional interview points shared to the class. The main suggestion I have for this is to talk about more on the approach that will help interviewees follow a flow and express talking points during interviews. Examples are ARM, FAB Elevator speech, and other techniques that will teach the method rather than trying to analyze each possible questions.
Our first topic today is business email, phone, and text etiquette practices. We reviewed the best practices from the “subject,” “greeting,” and “signature” for writing emails. The “tone of your voice” in the email is an enormous factor on how we can project professionalism. Continue reading EVA Training Day 02→
From the editor, you can click “Add Media” button, and you’ll be taken to “Insert Media” window where you can put “title,” “caption,” “alt text,” and “description” for the image you added. You can also specify the alignment on where you want to show it. You can choose it as a link and its behavior, and also its size. Continue reading Learning WordPress – Part 2 (Adding Multimedia)→
Learning a new skill isn’t always easy. However, the good thing is that there is an activity (or a word) “review” that can help us absorb and savor the things we learned and engraved it permanently in our memory. Continue reading Learning WordPress – Part 1 (Basic)→