Partnering with a Virtual Legal Assistant

Partnering with a Virtual Legal Assistant

I’m preparing to write a post series on how to find and start working with a virtual legal assistant. My general plan for the series is to address: Where to look for a virtual legal assistant How to interview and choose the right virtual legal assistant for your practice How to actually start working with the virtual legal assistant you have chosen What to do if your chosen virtual legal assistant is not working out I’m open to any...

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Cheap Virtual Assistance

Cheap Virtual Assistance

It’s one of the biggest topics of concern to both virtual assistants and those who use our services. How much does a virtual assistant cost? Do we provide value? Can you get good and cheap virtual assistance? There are many schools of thought. Some people want help at the lowest possible cost, no matter what. For example, I was pointed to this post at Matt’s Life Musings about his quest for a $3/hr virtual assistant to help him with...

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Generation Labels

I’ve never tried to embed a video on my blog before (I need to do this more often!!) but I was so inspired when I saw this video called The Lost Generation over on Susan Cartier Liebel’s great blog Build A Solo Practice, LLC.  Thank goodness she posted the link on Twitter – I haven’t gotten to my reader in a few days so I don’t know when I would have seen this! You really have to watch this video – the WHOLE...

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Who Uses a VA?

Virtual Assistants received plenty of buzz in the blogosphere this week. Check out these great posts from people who use and recommend virtual assistance as a business solution.  Then go to my main site and see the virtual services I can provide you to improve your business! Ed Gandia posting on Freelance Switch has a great post about Outsourcing, specifically mentioning tasks that a virtual assistant can help you with.  I love the note that...

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Networking + Learning + Fun = Conference!

This weekend one of the main themes in my twitter account was BlogWorld Expo 2008. I enjoyed all the information that was shared by BlogWorld attendees, via Twitter and of course on the many blog entries that have already been posted – and I’m sure there will be many more this week! My faves so far: All the coverage from Sparkplugging! This from Freelance Writing Jobs Missy Ward’s post incl the joys of BWE on crutches Rick...

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