I have been working as a Virtual Assistant specializing in Digital Marketing for more than 5 years. I have a good corporate experience working and interfacing with English speaking clients. My background in the corporate world makes me professional towards my dealings with clients. My skill sets revolve around digital marketing, SEO, social media management, research, data entry and analysis, Web analytics, Google PPC,
I have 5 years experience with doing admin virtual assistant tasks. Although, this is not my primary job description 60% of the time, I can say that I have enough experience to do these these tasks. Anyhow, General Admin VA tasks are no brainers but are time consuming.
I definitely confident with my English speaking and writing abilities. Although I may not have that American/British colloquialism, but I'm confident that I can convey my thoughts well in English.
Most of my experience revolves around blogging, content writing, and writing stuff for social media.
I am well immersed with tasks that are all related to digital marketing. However, I am not a master of everything under that umbrella. I have experienced them all but my concentration is on SEO, SEM, Social Media, email marketing, and lead gen.
I have worked on several CMS's and have used popular programming languages in the past. If given more training, I know that I can hone my skills well.
I had some instructions in the past and have done some minor projects with regards to graphics and multimedia. I definitely know how to use graphic design tools properly but I have to be honest that I don't have a good eye in terms of "art".
My experience solely revolves around QA of different applications and software. In short, I really have a proclivity in finding "mistakes/errors/bugs"
I have done these several times. Most of my previous engagements were non-voice.
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