Productivity

Maximizing productivity while working virtually.

Using LinkedIn for Direct and Indirect Marketing

There are many social media tools available, but many business owners would agree that LinkedIn is a very helpful and useful tool for most business people, and one of the best tools for making valuable business connections. It is great … Continue reading

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Online Logo Maker

I was recently introduced to Online Logo Maker, a free logo creating tool with the single purpose of bringing a free professional logo design tool to everyone. Although there are many computer programs available which can certainly be used to … Continue reading

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Eliminating Distractions and Interruptions When Working From Home

Do you suffer from Bright, Shiny Object Syndrome? I know I do. It is so easy to be distracted when you’re working from home, or any other small office. As the distractions arise, you’ll need to figure out the best … Continue reading

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Check out Hootsuite

If you have become involved in social media (and if you haven’t, shame on you) you know that it can be difficult to keep track of all of your profiles and accounts. It becomes easy to spend way too much … Continue reading

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New Technology

What new tech gadgets have you recently fell in love with? Share them with me. I’d love to hear about them. Continue reading

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Two Steps Forward, One Step Back

Two steps forward and one step back. While it’s certainly more productive than taking one step forward and two steps back, the thing to keep in mind is that it does involve taking that often difficult step back. In 2008 … Continue reading

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LogMeIn

Try LogMeIn any time you need to remotely access your computer from another computer. Continue reading

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Delicious

If you have never heard the term Social Bookmarking, you owe it to yourself to check it out. This month I would like to introduce you to Delicious, the world’s largest social bookmarking site. With Delicious, you can save, manage … Continue reading

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Online Learning Opportunities

One of the drawbacks to working virtually is the occasional feelings of isolation. Knowing that you don’t have a buddy in the next office or cubicle to bounce ideas off of, or chat about problems and issues you are having … Continue reading

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Spotlight on OneNote

If you have never heard of Microsoft OneNote, you owe it to yourself to check out this wonderful application. As I mentioned earlier, I couldn’t have gone on vacation recently without it. Do you remember the 3-ring binders and notebooks … Continue reading

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Testimonials

It is my honor and privilege to have become acquainted with and work with Ms. Jaclyn Croft. Over the past fifteen years I have worked with six virtual assistants. Of those six, Ms. Croft stands out among all of them. Ms. Croft exceeds in professionalism, which can be defined as excellent work product, timeliness, efficiency and keeping her promises. It has been my experience that she has the equipment and the knowledge to accomplish the task at hand. Many virtual assistants open up an office on their kitchen table. Ms. Croft has her own dedicated office, as well as the ability to write and spell. In this day and time, many virtual assistants do not have this spelling skill and prefer writing in a text-like manner. Ms. Croft is not one of those people. I have thoroughly enjoyed working with her and it has increased the efficiency of my office. I plan on utilizing her services until I retire.

Dianne Simmons Grab
Simmons Grab & Associates, LLC
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