Category Archives: Virtual Assistant
If you’re a Virtual Assistant or you run a Digital Agency, there’s now a brand new opportunity to generate a steady stream of additional income every month by selling property listing videos to realtors.
And don’t worry if you’ve never made a video before because Noble Samurai has put together a short training video to show you just how easy it is to do.
Here’s why Realtors are an excellent target market for this type of service:
- Realtors regularly pay upwards of $200 for a single listing video, and they need ongoing videos as they list new properties each week…
- Every property up for sale has a marketing budget associated with it, so there’s already money set aside for videos…
- 74% of all internet traffic is video, but only 4% of Realtors use any form of video to help them sell properties – so this is a massive opportunity…
- Realtors are often focused on building relationships with their clients, so typically they aren’t tech savvy and prefer to have someone create videos for them
So check out this free training video now, and be one of the first people to get in on the ground floor of this new opportunity to generate a new stream of online income.
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My tutorial on how online marketers can utilize the A/B Testing Campaign tool in MailChimp to help determine the best campaign to send to their subscribers.
Thank you so much Sir Jomar Hilario for my signed complimentary copy of your book, “Virtual Careers”.
Thank you for introducing me to the world of work from home as a Virtual Professional and instilling in me the right mindset and passion for learning new skills. Congratulations and continue to help our fellow Filipinos embrace their family more while earning dollars or any currency at home. God bless.
Friends, I started my Virtual Professional journey through the link below. I am sharing this to you for I’m forever grateful and my act of paying it forward. I am still a work in progress in my virtual career journey but what’s important is I have started it and not giving up.
The book, “Virtual Careers” by Sir Jomar Hilario and Foreword by Bo Sanchez, is a wonderful gift idea this coming Christmas for yourself, your loved ones and friends who want to start right on how to earn any currency working from home. NOTE: This is not a fast money scheme. You also have to do your part to be able to achieve your goals of earning online.
You can purchase the signed book of Virtual Careers through the link below:
How to Create a Simple Segment from the List Page to Target Different Types of Subscribers in MailChimp
Below is another MailChimp tutorial on How to Create a Simple Segment from the List Page to Target Different Types of Subscribers. A segment is a section of a list that have common list of information about your subscribers. This is important so that you’ll be able to target your campaign to the right subscribers.
There are two types of segments, the simple segment and the multi-part segment.
In the simple segment, you can filter list by upto five segmentation conditions and choose to include or exclude subscribers for each condition. In the multi-part segment, it is when you combine segmentation criteria.
Moreover, simple segment can be created from the List Page or from the Campaign Builder.
What is amazing with segmentation is that you can streamline your list and data by targeting different types of subscribers in a single list and avoiding multiple list with overlapping subscribers. This can also lessen monthly rates for paid MailChimp users since payment is based on the number of subscribers in an account.
In the tutorial, I have created a simple segment from the list page.
For those into email marketing, Mailchimp is one popular web-based application being used by many online marketers to send their business’ campaigns and newsletters to their subscribers and for list building. Here is the first of my series of MailChimp Tutorials, How to Create a List.
What is a list, by the way? It is a group of individuals who gave their email address when they opted-in to receive your campaigns. Before creating a list, one has to be organized and has to consider the following to get the most in the future:
- Your goals in email marketing
- Who are your audience/subscribers
- The information relevant to each audience/subscribers
Below is my tutorial on How to Create a List in MailChimp. If you have any suggestions and questions, please feel free leave your comments in the comment box.
As promised, here is my tutorial on How to Create a Custom Widget for Your WordPress Blog Using PicMonkey. Don’t forget to share your awesome creations after in the comments section.
I love the challenges of working with WordPress websites.
The sense of fulfillment I feel after seeing the output of my work and having happy clients that express their gratitude.
Below is a screenshot of my conversation with a client who had posting issue with her WordPress website:
Having issues with your WordPress websites? I might be able to help. 😉
I love it when I get to work with projects customizing WordPress premium themes and helping clients establish their business’ or brand’s online presence. It hones my skills in WordPress which I first learned with my internship with Sir Jay Pasana. Here is one of my previous project with a client for a cafe website. My tasks were the following:
- WordPress installation – For this project, I had to install it using Filezilla (FTP) since the client’s service provider does not use cPanel.
- WordPress Theme Customization – I customized a WordPress theme which is called LemonChili. It is a premium and responsive WordPress theme which has special features for restaurants, cafes, bars, clubs and events.
- Install plugins – Initially, I added just the basic plugins that are needed for a website to function well. There were several server issues and challenges but was able to resolve it through the WordPress Forums. A lot of them are very helpful
- Upload contents – mostly personal photos provided by the client
- Edit images using Photoshop and resizing it- I edited the background image for an unwanted element as well as resizing photos which are blurry.
Here is a screenshot of the finished cafe website:
Messages from my client, Lee O.
Help me Jaysarie! I give up! I have no idea how to use WordPress, which is why I have you thankfully. 🙂
Thank you Jaysarie. That is great. I am so out of my depth with WordPress! I guess I expected that it would look just like the LemonChili example and I just had to “remove” pages rather than add them. The back-end just looks a bit confusing to a 1st-time like me and I know I will waste a lot of time on it.
Having another full time job and doing the café website in my spare time, means it probably won’t get done for a long time!
Thanks you so much!