Author: Beth Steelman

Coaching as a Career – Part 4: 7 Reasons Why You Need to Offer a Coaching Program

Coaching as a Career, whether as an independent career choice or as an addition to your existing online business, we’re giving you 7 Reasons Why You Need to Offer a Coaching Program.  Steps four and five review how easy it is to offer coaching, . Keep following up for more reasons why coaching is a great career choice or a great addition to an existing online business! Reason Four – It’s Easy to Offer Coaching You might think you have to pass a rigorous program to become a coach. It’s not true. Almost anyone can hang up a coaching...

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Coaching as a Career – Part 3: 7 Reasons Why You Need to Offer a Coaching Program

In our latest series, Coaching as a Career, we’re giving you 7 Reasons Why You Need to Offer a Coaching Program.  This articles reviews Reasons Two and Three, focusing on branding your business, and adding a high-end product to your sales funnel. Keep following up for more reasons why coaching is a great career choice or a great addition to an existing online business! Reason Two – Coaching Helps Brand Your Business Branding is often perceived of as the simple act of creating a logo and an “image” for your company.  However, branding is about much more than that.  Your image isn’t just...

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Coaching as a Career – Part 2: 7 Reasons Why You Need to Offer a Coaching Program

Reason One – Coaching Builds Credibility and Authority Credibility is defined as: capable of being believed, believable or worthy of belief or confidence.  In business, credibility can be achieved through a number of experiences or actions. For example, if you provide a fantastic customer experience then you earn credibility with your customer.  Also, longevity enhances credibility.  A customer may be more likely to buy from a company that’s been in business for twenty years than one that has only been around for two. Credibility can also be improved by establishing yourself as an expert in your field.  Publishing is...

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Additional Websites to Search for Work At Home Jobs

Leave no stone unturned when you are looking for a work at home job. While some companies hire all or most of their workers virtually, there are many large companies who have part of their employee base working from home, or telecommuting, and the ads for those jobs are often posted by those companies in the same places and websites where they post ads for their on-site jobs. Whether you are on a site that is a job board, or a large company itself that has multiple job listings, these are some of the most effective keywords to locate the work at home positions: work at home at home home remote remote agent telecommuting If nothing comes up with these keywords, do a very general global search and skim through the ads quickly to see if anything comes up that is described as a work at home job. Look over the listing and see what terminology they use for the job title, location, etc. Then you can use that particular search word or phrase to bring up the entire list. It’s generally best not to select a specific location if there is a drop down box for that, unless you look through the list and see a specific location has been designated, such as “work at home” or “remote positions,” etc. If that company has a specific location to...

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Should Virtual Assistants Care About Article Marketing?

Why You Should Care About Article Marketing as a VA As a virtual assistant, you may be wondering how in the heck article marketing can help you and your career. Isn’t article marketing just for experts and authors?  The short answer is that article marketing is for anyone who wants to establish themselves as a leader in their field and drive more traffic to their website.  So, as the owner of your own VA business, article marketing can help YOU. Before I get into the details of how article marketing can help you in your business, let’s take a...

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