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Rosie Shilo

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Watsonia, VIC, 3087

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I own and operate a Virtual Assistant Network called Virtually Yours Virtual Assistance - www.virtuallyyours.com.au and I co-own the Australian Virtual Business Network. www.avbn.com.au
My husband and I run a Website Development company called Webtastic Designs.
I love working online and supporting other businesses with the growth of their business ideas and passions.

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Administrative Assistance
Secretarial Support
Virtual Assistance

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Business Coaching

10 questions you must ask when responding to leads if you want to succeed

Guess what? Setting up your business and telling people you exist just ain’t gonna cut it. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news. But there are some really important things you need to remember to ensure that you are not losing out on opportunities for your business, and instead are securing the clients you really want. How are you responding to leads? In today’s day and age, we all have acc...

Virtual Assistance

Your Guide To Outsourcing To A Virtual Assistant

You’re running your business and it’s getting hectic. You’re making ok money but know that if you had a little more time you could be achieving a lot more. You know you’re being held back by tasks that other people could do – and they could probably do it faster and/or better. But you don’t have TIME to tell people how to do it for you – it’s all just easier to keep plodding along ...

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Suzzelle Matillano
Suzzelle Matillano, Travel Consultant at Travel Counsellors

Business Management

How do you keep in touch with your network/connections?

Combination of online, email, phone and face to face. I think it needs balance and each connection has their own style and preference. I do have a newsletter too which touches base with my client list.

Rosie Shilo answered this question

Tim Greig
Tim Greig, Owner at Green Galah Pty Ltd

Business Planning

Do you have a vision for the future in your business?

To me this is all about the power of attraction and I see it all the time! It's so much fun to see how it can work and how things arrive when you are ready for them. You can ask before you are ready, but the results/solution won't necessarily appear until you are in the right space. I've had this happen in my business so many times and to me it shows that there is growth and advancement all the time, which is fabulous!

So yes, I use it consciously - if I start thinking of bad things I correct myself and modify it so I'm attracting a better solution. :)

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Kate Toon
Kate Toon, Owner at katetooncopywriter

Search Engine Optimisation (SEO)

Does anyone know which websites actually accept guest posts?

We are always looking for guest bloggers at www.runyourbusinesslife.com.au - we'd love to hear from you!
Rosie

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Nick Chernih
Nick Chernih, Founder at LinkBuildSEO

Virtual Assistance

How much does an australian virtual assistant (VA) cost?

Hi Nick
I agree wholeheartedly with Sandra and Sam. Over the years I've found that business owners who partner with a Virtual Assistant in Australia get so much more than just a job done. They are partnering with a fellow business owner who understands what it means to run their own business in Australia. They provide ideas and resources for their clients above just a single task. And that is one of the reasons why they are worth every cent. 
Generally a VA charges about $35-$50 for administrative work, but some VAs have very high level specialties and charge anything from $50 - $200 per hour for those. These can include mentoring, website development, bookkeeping and so on. 
Hope that helps!
Cheers
Rosie Shilo

Business Coaching

10 questions you must ask when responding to leads if you want to succeed

Guess what? Setting up your business and telling people you exist just ain’t gonna cut it. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news. But there are some really important things you need to remember to ensure that you are not losing out on opportunities for your business, and instead are securing the clients you really want. How are you responding to leads? In today’s day and age, we all have acc...

Virtual Assistance

Your Guide To Outsourcing To A Virtual Assistant

You’re running your business and it’s getting hectic. You’re making ok money but know that if you had a little more time you could be achieving a lot more. You know you’re being held back by tasks that other people could do – and they could probably do it faster and/or better. But you don’t have TIME to tell people how to do it for you – it’s all just easier to keep plodding along ...

Rosie Shilo answered this question

Suzzelle Matillano
Suzzelle Matillano, Travel Consultant at Travel Counsellors

Business Management

How do you keep in touch with your network/connections?

Combination of online, email, phone and face to face. I think it needs balance and each connection has their own style and preference. I do have a newsletter too which touches base with my client list.

Rosie Shilo answered this question

Tim Greig
Tim Greig, Owner at Green Galah Pty Ltd

Business Planning

Do you have a vision for the future in your business?

To me this is all about the power of attraction and I see it all the time! It's so much fun to see how it can work and how things arrive when you are ready for them. You can ask before you are ready, but the results/solution won't necessarily appear until you are in the right space. I've had this happen in my business so many times and to me it shows that there is growth and advancement all the time, which is fabulous!

So yes, I use it consciously - if I start thinking of bad things I correct myself and modify it so I'm attracting a better solution. :)

Rosie Shilo answered this question

Kate Toon
Kate Toon, Owner at katetooncopywriter

Search Engine Optimisation (SEO)

Does anyone know which websites actually accept guest posts?

We are always looking for guest bloggers at www.runyourbusinesslife.com.au - we'd love to hear from you!
Rosie

Rosie Shilo answered this question

Nick Chernih
Nick Chernih, Founder at LinkBuildSEO

Virtual Assistance

How much does an australian virtual assistant (VA) cost?

Hi Nick
I agree wholeheartedly with Sandra and Sam. Over the years I've found that business owners who partner with a Virtual Assistant in Australia get so much more than just a job done. They are partnering with a fellow business owner who understands what it means to run their own business in Australia. They provide ideas and resources for their clients above just a single task. And that is one of the reasons why they are worth every cent. 
Generally a VA charges about $35-$50 for administrative work, but some VAs have very high level specialties and charge anything from $50 - $200 per hour for those. These can include mentoring, website development, bookkeeping and so on. 
Hope that helps!
Cheers
Rosie Shilo

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