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Insourcing the Outsourcing

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Tweet Thank you Warwick Merry, guest blogger, for sharing your experiences of outsourcing versus insourcing. For VAs, Warwick also shares his tips on promoting your value as opposed to getting into an ‘Us v Them’ war. Really, offshore providers as I’ve said before service an end of the market many of us don’t really want. […]

Facebook – Keeping it Private

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Tweet Following on from my earlier post on Facebook, I had an interesting chat with a colleague who indicated he had removed his Facebook profile because of the people who he had ‘friended’… Not because they weren’t friends (in this instance it was someone he’d known for over 20 years) but because of the profile […]

Facebook – Marketing Partner or Monster?

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Tweet We have had some local press coverage here of late – which kind of went viral and national quickly – about a couple of local high school teachers who learned the hard way that Facebook profiles are not the best places to put your ‘better-kept-private” pics. It has led to some pretty heated discussions […]

VAs Helping Clients with Social Networking

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Tweet Since my previous post on how VAs can help clients with social networking like Twitter, there has been a lot of discussion on industry lists about whether VAs SHOULD provide this kind of support – or whether it defeats the purpose of the networking aspect of these sites. There is no doubt a VA […]

‘Virtual’ Networking a waste of time?

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Tweet I’ve read comments on various listservs of late and note an underlying thread: the fact that people still use the phrase “wasting time” when they refer to their efforts on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and so on. Remember this: it is never a waste of your time to pursue these Web 2.0 marketing initiatives. Virtual […]