Grow your business and reach for the stars! Virtual Dream Office Services(VDOS) provides you, the virtual assistant, with expert administrative support to retain current clients and add more cleints all at the same time.

Retain & gain clients by subcontracting with me!

  • Your client will gain more time than what you have
  • You keep the client, I do the work
  • Offer expertise outside your skillset such as bookkeeping, excel spreadsheets and podcasting
  • Give projects to me and find more clients

You, the virtual assistant, needs an assistant!

  • Software research
  • Keep up your bookkeeping
  • Create and maintain your profiles
  • Create excel spreadsheets
  • Send out newsletters
  • Maintain email
  • Web research to create info product
  • Technology based tasks

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Wednesday, February 25, 2009

The New Software Savvy Sub

Can't believe how far I've come this year with brainstorming new ideas. I may have lots of ideas but working one at a time is a must to keep myself focused.

Like all other virtual assistants I've done my homework and came up with the following last year:

1. Subcontracting services to the Virtual Assistant industry is my focus
2. Creating my business name, logo and mission statement
3. Networking with this industry to get my name out there
4. Started the marketing process to prove my ability to the industry

So you ask what I've come up with so far for 2009?

1. Looking forward to continuing to subcontract administrative tasks to other VAs
2. Software is what I love to research, learn and implement. In March I plan to launch another part of my business to offer something to online businesses. Press release will be coming.
3. Created a name to compliment my new avenue of business is "Software Savvy Sub"

Now back to my brain storming. Keep watching for updates

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Call For Software Application Experts!!!!

In 2009 I'm on to some new ideas for my business.At this time I'm looking for volunteers who feel they're experts with a computer applications of their choice. No matter what type, I'm interested, whether it be Google, Yahoo, Access, Quickbooks, Software for retailers, Excel, Power Point, project management, email marketing, multimedia, PDF, backup and more.If you claim to be an expert and feel confident in explaining your knowledge of the software this may be your opoortunity to shine. Please email me at if you're interested and I'll take you to the next step of the processl.I appreciate anyone who volunteers.

Even if you're not a Virtual Assistant and are an expert I want to hear from you.

Wednesday, February 4, 2009

What Can A VA Subcontractor Do For You?

So be honest with yourself. Have you gotten to the point where you have no time to yourself since your VA business has taken off? What do you keep promoting to potential clients? Yes you said it, "Hire A Virtual Assistant." Take it to heart and subcontract one for yourself.

Now you ask yourself what would I have a VA do for me. Here's a list of things I've come up with so you don't have to think.

1. Ezine. An email newsletter will help you get prospective clients into your marketing funnel. Your VA can format the plain text and HTML versions of your email newsletter. All you need to do is write your primary and filler articles each week and forward those to your VA to format and send the finished product out to your newsletter list.

2. Media. Have your VA research an industry-specific media list . This value of this list is in developing relationships with these media contacts so that you're the expert they immediately think of when they're doing a story on your area of expertise.

3. Article Marketing. Write once and have that article work for you again and again. Have your VA submit articles you've written to online article databases to increase the number of links back to your website and to send more visitors to your website.

4. Strategic Alliances. Once of the quickest ways to grow your business is by creating strategic alliance or joint venture relationships. Have your VA research potential strategic alliance or joint venture partners who provide a service to a similar audience or whose client base could benefit from your product or service.

5. Product Development. Got recorded interviews sitting around gathering dust on your hard drive? How about information you've created for presentations that you've never done anything with? Have your VA coordinate the transcript and audio editing of any recorded files you might have and help you polish those into saleable products. Your VA can also help your format printed material into an ebook, ecourse, special report, etc. and before you know you, you'll become an information marketer!

What operational aspects of your business could you delegate to someone else? If you had extra time, how could you increase the revenues of your business? Give these questions strong consideration--and use your Virtual Assistant to help you make more profit with less of your time today!

A portion of his article was provided by:

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Working as your virtual subcontractor, I bring experience and also add value to your business. Which is priceless.......


  • Honest & Hard Working
  • 15 Plus Years of Office Experience
  • Associate Degree Accounting
  • Associate Degree Admin Assistant
  • Own & Operate A Family Farm
  • Certified Virtual Professional Seal
  • Certified Electronic Spreadsheet Certificate(Excel)