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Looking for a personal or virtual for JDNM PUBLISHING starts with the CEO, TyLeishia Douglass
TyLeishia L. Douglass is a voice of hope for this generation. As a gifted speaker and published author, her mission is to encourage and empower others to live their best life now. Noted for her dynamic personality and compassion to serve others, TyLeishia is a true inspiration and empowerment leader.
As a celebrated writer, TyLeishia leaves an indelible imprint upon the hearts of those who encounter her literary pieces. She has earned various publishing credits, two from Maryland Community College in Baltimore County; also a notable, critically acclaimed credit, from soul diva songstress Rhona Bennett, former member of the group “EnVogue.”
TyLeishia is passionate about giving back and utilizes her writings as self-help tools to bring about positive change in her community and throughout the world with her blogs and other literary endeavors.
The Baltimore Sun Times featured Douglass online as “Indie Soul Entrepreneur if the week in 2013 noting her writings and blogs. TyLeishia is poised to offer solace and confidence to motivate others in their personal struggles through the poignant stories she writes in her fist novel, “Jewels Declaring New Miracles,” and her new and upcoming short stories.
“My imprint is embedded in the heart of my writings, books and readers working to make a difference one story at a time.” ~ TyLeishia Douglass
I am honored to have collaborated with some of the most talents writers, artists and entrepreneurs across social media and public networking. My purpose for online social media sites is to…
How it works
If you have an amazing passion for promoting and love to produce your expertise in assisting and having the vision of your employer, congratulations this is the first step! There will be a program for potential assistants to take that is required in order to be eligible for this great opportunity. Be sure to stick around to see when and how to apply. More details coming real soon!
Interested in this amazing opportunity? email firstname.lastname@example.org and place your name on the list of becoming a great asset to JDNM PUBLISHING. To learn more about the CEO visit jdnmbooks
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So What Is a Virtual Assistant?
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A virtual assistant (typically abbreviated to VA, also called a virtual office assistant) is generally self-employed and provides professional administrative, technical, or creative (social) assistance to clients remotely from a home office. Because virtual assistants are independent contractors rather than employees, clients are not responsible for any employee-related taxes, insurance or benefits, except in the context that those indirect expenses are included in the VA’s fees. Clients also avoid the logistical problem of providing extra office space, equipment or supplies. Clients pay for 100% productive work, and can work with Virtual Assistants, individually, or in multi-VA firms to meet their exact needs. Virtual Assistants usually work for other small businesses. but can also support busy executives. It is estimated that there are as few as 5,000-10,000 or as many as 25,000 virtual assistants worldwide. The profession is growing in centralized economies with “fly-in, fly-out” staffing practices.
Common modes of communication and data delivery include the Internet, e-mail and phone-call conferences, online work spaces, and fax machine. Increasingly Virtual Assistants are utilizing technology such as Skype as well as Google Voice. Professionals in this business work on a contractual basis and a long-lasting cooperation is standard. Typically 5 years of administrative experience in an office is expected at such positions as executive assistant, office manager/supervisor, secretary, legal assistant, paralegal, legal secretary, real estate assistant, information technology, et cetera.
In recent years Virtual Assistants have also worked their way in to many mainstream businesses and with the advent of VOIP services such as Skype it has been possible to have a Virtual Assistant who can answer your phone remotely without the end user’s knowledge. This allows many businesses to add a personal touch in the form of a receptionist without the additional cost of hiring someone.
Virtual Assistants consists of individuals as well as companies who work remotely as an independent professional, providing a wide range of products and services both to businesses as well as consumers. The virtual industry has changed substantially as it attracts others new to the field.
Virtual Assistants come from a variety of business backgrounds, but most have several years experience earned in the “real” (non-virtual) business world.
A dedicated virtual assistant is someone working in the office under the management of a company. The facility and internet connection as well as training are provided by the company. The homebased virtual assistant worked either in the office sharing environment or in their house. The general VA are sometimes called an online administrative assistant, online personal assistant or online sales assistant. A virtual webmaster assistant, virtual marketing assistant and virtual content writing assistant are specific professionals that are usually experienced employees from corporate environment that started to set up their own virtual offices.