There are many names for a virtual assistant — not to be confused with non-human virtual assistants — virtual secretary, virtual personal assistant (PA), virtual temp — and we perform a variety of admin tasks to support start-up, SME, and larger businesses.
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So what better way than to test it out for myself. If you already have a Google sign-in, then you can just sign into Knol and start typing something of which, hopefully, you do know something about.
Individuals, small businesses, or large corporate organisations looking for someone to outsource their overload of work to don’t have time to figure out which side of the fence you, as a virtual assistant, sit on. They just want to know whether you have the time and skills to do the job and whether your fees are within their budget.
I’m often asked how best to record voice. People seem regularly to be in a quandary about how to effectively accomplish this seemingly simple task. Unless the voice recording is to be professionally published (as a voiceover or audio book, etc, in which case fancy microphones and snazzy audio-engineering tricks are required), this task should indeed be very straightforward.