Posts Tagged Branding

6 common business card mistakes and how to avoid them

Like a handshake, a business card can say a lot about you as well as the type of business you operate. Because it’s often the first point of contact for potential clients and therefore needs to create the right impression, I’ve put together a list of the most common mistakes I’ve seen when collating cards so you don’t unwittingly make them. 

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Is your Virtual Assistant website an abomination?

Your website is pretty important. It acts as a ‘shop window’ for your business and if it’s really shonky then potential clients will think you’re really shonky too. I’ve seen some truly shocking VA websites, so read my post, find out if yours might be one of them, then calmly but quickly log in to your site and tart it up immediately!

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Things to consider when setting up your Virtual Assistant website

I don’t make websites for a living so I’m not going to go into detail about every single tiny thing you need to have a decent site, I’m just going to provide an overview of the different things you need to think about when you’re setting it up. Having a website will help your business in the long run, so it’s important to have one that appeals to prospects. 

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How to decide what to call your Virtual Assistant business

So you’ve decided to go ahead and become a Virtual Assistant. You know who your target market is, what services you’re going to offer and you’re all ready to get going…  all you need now is to decide what to call your business. Of course, this is easier said than done! So exactly how do you decide on your company name?

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Things to consider when designing your logo

Once you’ve decided what to call your Virtual Assistant business, you may want a logo. On one hand your logo is just a formality so you can launch your business, and on the other it represents who you are, what you stand for and will also be on all your marketing materials. Plus, if you get it wrong it could be a complete headache to redesign later!

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