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The Value of Networking Before You Need To – Pt. 2

The Value of Networking Before You Need to Pt. 2

In August, the Association of Virtual Assistants is highlighting the value of networking on our monthly blog, podcast, and by bringing in guest expert, Robbie Samuels, to speak to our members. Here is our previous blog on The Value of Networking Before You Need To.   Recently, Robbie published an article The Dirty Business of […]

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No Frills VA Podcast: Robbie Samuels: Networking to a Small List with Big Results

Robbie Samuels is an author, speaker, and business growth strategy coach recognized as a networking expert by Harvard Business Review, Forbes, Lifehacker, and Inc. He is also a virtual event design consultant and executive Zoom producer recognized as an industry expert in the field of digital event design by JDC Events.   In this week’s […]

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The Value of Networking Before You Need To – Pt. 1

The Value of Networking pt 1

The greatest value of networking is doing so before you need to. Most virtual assistants agree that there is value in networking. In fact, when we surveyed respondents for the State of the VA Industry Report and asked; How important is general networking to you? Over half of the respondents (52.3%) responded that networking is […]

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Membership Provides You With Referrals

Membership Provides Referrals

The Association of Virtual Assistants membership provides you with referrals and this shouldn’t come as a surprise. The idea behind creating the AVA came from Founder and CEO Melissa Smith’s bestselling books and her findings as the premier VA Matchmaker in the industry. The AVA was designed to answer the number one question of both […]

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