Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) September 28, 2009
The 4th Annual Online International Virtual Assistants Convention (OIVAC) attendees gather for a really BIG, early fall weekend, October 1-3, 2009, to learn the latest in Internet-based technologies, software and best business practices from Virtual Assistant industry's seasoned professionals and other online business-savvy leaders. Experts like Leesa Barnes, Scott Stratten, Becki and Dale Noles, Tawnya Sutherland, Christina Hills, Andrea Cannavina, Donna Gunther, Sharon Williams, Lesley Johnston, and 27 other subject matter experts and Internet-business specialists will share knowledge, experiences and tips with attendees (See http://www.oivac.com/schedule.htm for full list of presenters).
You'll experience this year's OIVAC where everything is at the tip of your mouse from 8 a.m. to 12 midnight EDT.
Some of the best things about attending OIVAC include:
- Saving money: it's online so you don't have worry about travel, hotel, food or even babysitting expenses.
- Sessions are recorded; if you miss a session or if you have a scheduling conflict with outside/home commitments, you can download them for "posterity" and view/listen to them later, at your convenience.
- You have opportunities to interact with participants and leaders that are limited only by your imagination; for instance, you might find partners with whom to JV, you can network socially, you can participate in extra-curricular events for prizes
What's new at this year's OIVAC?
Presenters will cover 37 not to be missed topics that can help propel your business ahead of your competition and connect you with ideal clients. Subjects include but are not limited to:
Best Business Practices
- Creating a Prospect Response System
- VAs on a Mac - Questions, Best Apps, and Communicating with PCs
- How to Respond to RFPs
- 5 Tips for Starting Your VA Business
- Quickbooks - Part 1 and Part 2
Getting Seen Online
- Creating Buzz through Online Visibility! Blogging & Social Medial Strategies to Build Your Business
- Networking- Business or Social?
- How to Write Right for Your Business
- Work Once: Market Your Business All Week Long
Internet Technology Training
- SEO for Beginners
- Facebook- More than Personal
- Learn the Ins and Outs of "Google Wave"
- W3C:Ride the Wave - Your Future on the Web
- Google Analytics - A Practical Guide to Implementation
- Becoming an Online Business Manager - To Be or Not to Be
- Generalist or Specialist VA? The Differences, Advantages, and the 14 Specialty Areas to Choose From
- Authors are Asking for You! The Exciting Opportunity of Becoming a Virtual Author's Assistant
"This event is very special for everyone involved in the VA community because it brings together VA organizations and their memberships from around the world in three days of learning the newest in technology, social media, communication and best business practices, says OIVAC Steering Committee Chair and VA industry trailblazer, Ms. Sharon Williams of http://www.The24HourSecretary.com. "It is a cost-effective, educational and web based networking experience you simply don't want to miss".
So take the next step and check out the event's lineup at http://www.oivac.com/schedule.htm, to see what sessions are right for you.
And for more information on the Online International Virtual Assistant Convention visit http://www.oivac.com.
About Online International Virtual Assistants Convention
OIVAC is an international convention of Virtual Assistants providing learning, training, networking and information-sharing experience conducive to the hectic schedules of work-at-home and virtual entrepreneurs. For more information visit the website at http://www.oivac.com.