Tag Archive 'virtual assistants'

English Lesson: Past Simple or Present Perfect

Philippine virtual assistants who need to improve their English skills will find this grammar lesson helpful…

Marvin Macatol

Marvin Macatol is a Filipino virtual assistant who inspires so many people to join him on his journey towards financial independence. Here’s one of the things he said recently that stuck to my mind…

Filipino Virtual Assistant Tools and Tutorials

Red Denal launches the Filipino Virtual Assistant Tools and Tutorials blog, your “online resource of free virtual assistant tools references and user friendly tutorials for Filipino virtual assistants and internet marketers.” It’s an info site shared by a Filipino for fellow Filipinos.

Jomar Hilario Online VA Seminar

A lot of Filipinos interested in making money online have been asking about Jomar Hilario and his online VA seminar, because they want to become Filipino virtual assistants. Is it just a scam, or is it for real? Here’s the inside scoop…

Make Money – Pinoy VA Tutorial Series

Did you know that a lot of internet marketers, home-based business owners, and SMEs want to hire Filipino virtual assistants? Given this, one of our goals is to help more Pinoys become highly sought after VAs…

Pinoy Virtual Assistant – Micah Abigail Lacsamana

Do you want to make money online? You can be a Filipino virtual assistant such as Micah Abigail Lacsamana who, according to oDesk, is making $15.56 per hour. Now let’s do a bit of analysis…

Create Facebook Fan Pages

We’ve been experimenting with Facebook fan pages, which is a good way for Pinoy virtual assistants to make money online…

English and Filipino Virtual Assistants

Do you want to make money online by becoming a virtual assistant? Here’s a quick tip: Improve your English.

Virtual Assistants and Outsourcing to the Philippines

A lot of people have been asking about outsourcing to the Philippines or hiring Filipino virtual assistants. Perhaps this growing interest was spurred by various internet marketers talking about how you can hire Filipinos for $2-$3 an hour. Well, it looks like it’s looking more along the $400~$600/month range. Anyway, I’ll post here what I’ve […]