Tag Archives: virtual assistant


Touch typing is not only much faster, but will also reduce your stress! 0

Kids these days will be able to touch type before they reach their teens. Technology has been part of their daily life for as long as they can remember. However, for a lot of ‘older’ people (i.e. anyone over 30!) typing doesn’t come naturally. This means that a lot of people are still pecking away […]


Nine ways that a virtual personal assistant can help boost your business 0

There are many essential tasks associated with running a business, but some of these distract from working on the bottom-line, or are in areas where you don’t have the necessary skills. As a manager or owner, do you need to be working on the admin, or concentrating on building your business? If you are spending […]


Be among the first to update your PayPal logo 0

Did you know that PayPal recently released a new logo, to bring their look more up-to-date, and fit better on mobile screens? This is now their face for the world, and gives you the option to stand-out from other businesses, by being an early adopter. If you use the PayPal logo on your website and […]


We are exhibiting at the Richmond expo 2014 on 6th June 0

Come and visit us on stand 16 where you will meet Olivia and Katrin. Enter our prize draw where the winner gets £250 worth of virtual PA services. Plus we will have details about our: new social media packages, a podcast recording and uploading service, and a special offer for the exhibition for organising a children’s party. […]


How much does a permanent employee actually cost? 2

When deciding to hire an individual into a new permanent role, you need to consider all the costs involved. These are often estimated at being between 40% and 100% on top of an individual’s base salary. The massive variance in the figures is not helpful to employers in aiding their decision making process! So here […]



How easily does your business gain (and lose) customers? 0

The ‘cost of sale’ per customer varies widely dependant on your business type. In some sectors, for example your local café where a lot of new business is from people walking by dropping in to try it, there is a low cost of sale per customer. Other businesses have a high cost of sale, with […]