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Featured Weekend Reading (9/24/10)

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According to Princeton’s Word Net Web, the definition of busy is “actively or fully engaged or occupied” and “overcrowded or cluttered with detail.” Which one defines your week? Sometimes it can feel like the first definition and other times the second. Wait! That’s what the weekend is for, right? Two days to relax, kick back, and listen to great music or watch a football game. However you spend your weekend, take time to read these blog posts that help improve your personal and business life.

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September 24th, 2010 by Rachel Braam, Office Manager | 1 Comment »

How to create a Facebook Fan Page

More than 20 million people per day become fans of Facebook pages. Why not have them be a fan of yours? Well, the first thing you need to do is create a Fan page! In this post I’m going to show you how.

The easiest way to get started is to log out of Facebook (if you’re already logged in) and click the Create a Page link:

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September 23rd, 2010 by Team CVA | No Comments »

Taking your VA to an Event- Did you know they could be non-virtual?

Many virtual assistants may work for a client for years and years and never meet them face-to-face. But just because that is possible, and there’s absolutely nothing wrong with it, doesn’t mean it has to be.

Do you need extra help with an event you’re putting on? Who has helped you with all the organizing and preparation involved in leading up to the event? Your virtual assistant? Suffice it to say then that your VA knows the event inside and out. Wouldn’t it be great to have them there to help?

Well here’s a secret- you can! Yes, VAs can travel!

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September 21st, 2010 by Team CVA | No Comments »

The Dr. is IN

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Many Physicians now- a- days are keeping themselves busy with multiple office locations. Keeping up with the patients at all those locations can be a full time job in itself. Smart Physicians that have their patients’ best interest in mind turn to CVA to help them with the office duties that can otherwise affect attention to clients present in the office.

Part of my daily duties as a virtual assistant is going online and accessing the Dr’s appointment book. I then take a look at upcoming appointments and give those patients a call to confirm their appointment. If anyone needs to reschedule or has special concerns about their upcoming appointment, I take care of it, freeing up the office manager to give the in house patients her full attention.

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Featured Weekend Reading (9/17/10)

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Oh it’s Friday already? This week flew by and we’re already in the middle of September. With new accounts and so much going on, we keep moving forward. During the week, we work on helping our customers. We need time for our goals and ourselves too. That’s what this featured weekend reading is about. Learning helps us apply new things to our lives, whether business or personal. Kick back and draw your computer close to read these great finds.

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If you are following along on my blogs, then last week you set up a system to pass off your scheduling to your new VA. Have you had time to implement that? Is it working? Does it need some tweaking? Are you enjoying the new freedom? Better question, are you using the freed up time to be more productive in other areas?

If you answered yes to any of those questions, then you’re probably feeling really good right about now and looking around for the next time consuming thing to pass off to your Virtual Assistant.

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