Category: Virtual Assistant

Creating Online Economic Opportunities In The Countryside: My RISTT Trainer Experience

I finally had the opportunity to be a trainer for the RISTT (Rural Impact Sourcing Technical Training) Program last month. After repeated invitations from Ms Janette Toral of Digital Filipino and Jessica Madrazo of CoffeeBot, I had my first virtual assistance class in Kidapawan, North Cotabato. I had the distinct advantage of knowing about the…

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How was your experience of hiring a Filipino through onlinejobs.ph or any other medium for Web design? What are the “do”s and “dont”s?

Answer by Julia Jasmine Madrazo-Sta Romana: When hiring web designers or other Filipino workers through Onlinejobs. ph, here are a few things that you need to remember DO: Check the jobseeker’s IDProof score. IDProof is their way of making sure that the account is created by a legitimate jobseeker. This minimizes your risk of hiring…

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Using Our Virtual Assistant Skills To Help With Typhoon Haiyan

We were able to make use of our skills as virtual assistants to do more for the relief efforts. Our experience is proof that anyone, in their own way, can help with the Haiyan relief efforts and do more than just donate. I strongly believe that everyone has a purpose. And that everyone, in their…

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