Monthly Archives: May 2013

Video Marketing

Another skill in demand of being a Virtual Assistant is creating videos for products, events and services and upload it in YouTube for promotions. It is also one way to earn passive income by partnering with YouTube. I learned this through my online awesome group, the Jomar Hilario Mastery Group. Here’s a video I created for the book of Bo Sanchez, Awakening the Healer in You as an application of the workshop webinar with Sir Jomar Hilario.

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Demand Skills for Mobile Marketers

According to http://www.wantedanalytics.com, demand for skills set for mobile marketing continue to grow in the coming years. In March of 2012, there was a 55% increase in the volume of job ads posted online compared to March in 2011.

Here are the most demanded mobile marketing skills needed by employers:

  1. Microsoft PowerPoint
  2. Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
  3. Customer relationship management (CRM)
  4. Microsoft Office
  5. Search engine marketing (SEM)
  6. Android OS
  7. Web Analytics
  8. Google Analytics
  9. Software as a Service (SaaS)
  10. Adobe Photoshop
  11. Salesforce CRM
  12. Agile Software Development
  13. Structured Query Language (SQL)
  14. Microsoft Office Visio
  15. Quantitative analysis

For the detailed report on this article, check it here.

Trending on Twitter

Hi! While I was retracking something on my email, I stumbled upon an email from SlideShare which they sent last February informing me that one of my contents is trending on Twitter. The content they were referring to was my tutorial on How to Import PowerPoint Slides to Prezi. Too bad I was not able to claim my coupon for a free month of SlideShare PRO. Lesson learned? To go over regularly my email messages. Anyway, here’s a screenshot of SlideShare’s email:

trending on twitter