Current Employment Status:
Hired Full Time on May 16, 2018
I can write, type, transcribe, illustrate, and edit multimedia (primarily videos, although I do have considerable experience with photos and audio). Experience-wise, I've been writing articles for the past three (3) years now for a variety of different niches and industries. I've worked for outsourcing companies both online and offline (online has obviously stolen my heart), creating SEO-enriched textual content. Thanks to a couple of months working at a call center, I've learned how to multi-task and transcribe pertinent parts of a conversation in under fifteen minutes. I also have minor experience (about six months' worth) in social media management--particularly Instagram and
I've been a Virtual Assistant to several clients for 8 months
English is my first language. I was born in the Philippines, raised in the Philippines, and have never left the Philippines to live/study abroad, but my parents used English around me and my siblings ever since we were little. I also grew up surrounded by cartoons like Power Puff Girls and Dexter's Lab, so that taught me basic conversational English. All the storybooks I've had as a kid are in English, the private school I attended had a strict English-only policy, and I've been earning awards like "Most Fluent" or "Best in Communication" ever since I was in grade school. I'm more comfortable speaking in English than I am in my own dialect.
I have 3 years' experience with Ghost Writing, SEO-enriched web content articles, blog articles, and offpage/onpage writing.
The outsourcing company I was with for three months was my first look into SEO. I was basically given a set of keywords to insert into different articles related to a certain topic. The way I understood was that this was done to direct internet traffic to a client's website. One of the bigger clients I've written for was a hypnotherapist in Adelaide by the name of Jane Fielder. From what I understand, if you google 'hypnotherapy Adelaide', her website is one of the first that pops up on Google search results.
I'm good at designing the physical lay-out of webpages. As far as constructing them goes, I've never quite gotten the knack. I did take a basic HTML and CSS course in college, but I still struggle without a copy or guide.
Like I said, self-taught in both Photoshop and Sony Vegas Pro. I'm better at editing videos than I am at photos, but I did take a course on that in college and I fared pretty well. I like illustrating more than I do editing photos. I can also do basic animation (took a two-semester course in Flash as well) but I'm better at traditional frame-by-frame animation than I am at programming animation. I love editing videos and have been doing so for almost ten years.
As far as management goes, the only experience I've had was my part-time multi-level marketing business back in college. I learned how to make plans and strategies for my partners to earn for that month, but we were basically all college-kids. I'm not sure how well that experience would translate on the corporate level.
Thanks to the call center, I'm not afraid of the telephone. I often called customer's back to inform them that outages were resolved or that their package had been delivered, and so on. The only form of "data entry" experience I've had was basically filing reports and cases for each call I got in an eight-hour shift. I can do it pretty fast, though.
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