Your Virtual Assistant: Weekly Round-Up No. 4

by Michelle Mangen on December 23, 2009

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Your Virtual Assistant: Weekly Round-Up #4

A few quick notes for my readers:

  1. I apologize for the lack of posts this week – I’ve been keeping the commitment to myself to blog at least three times per week. However, this past week my grandfather unexpectedly passed away and I did not have any posts ready to publish before I left town for the funeral
  2. That being said – my last round-up promised four posts this week….I only have three of them below but the fourth one will be coming shortly
  3. Last week I had included a note about Simon @teenius blog contest with a total of $800 in prizes….I was delighted to find out that I won First Prize (which is pretty darn cool). He did a great post today about keeping your blog busy over the holidays – check it out.

Small Business Ideas

Strictly Business Blog Talk Radio with The High Road: What is a Virtual Assistant and how do you know if you need one?

How a Virtual Assistant can save you $2,044.08 – Intrigued? Click the link to read all about it!

Twitter

Send voicemail via Twitter using PocketsApp – a cool, great online software to send a voicemail to someone on Twitter without having their phone number (Note: has not been working for several days)

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  • Simon | Teenius

    Thanks for the link, Michelle! Sorry I haven’t directed you to the pzie-donators yet; I’ll do it after Christmas.

    Really sorry to hear about your grandfather – I don’t think anyone could possibly hold it against you for not posting…

    Merry Christmas… have a great day! :D
    .-= Simon | Teenius´s last blog ..Keeping Your Blog Busy Over The Holidays =-.

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