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  1. Valerie Jennings

    Valerie Jennings Agency Contractor

    Looking for Administrative or Virtual Assistant Position.

    United States - Last active: 11/20/2014 - Tests: 12

    Johnna and Valerie started Your Virtual Assistants around 2 years ago. Since then, we have been growing not only our client base but also our team members. We can also offer a complete social media service plan that covers all from planning to custom social media reporting and online reputation monitoring. We also can write and distribute articles, blogs and press releases. Your Virtual Assistants is a bilingual technical VA firm that specializes in Social Media Marketing, Internet Marketing as well as Online Business Management. We have over 30 years’ experience in the administration, management and computer fields. We also owned and managed a computer tech company for over 10 years. We are experienced with many of the autoresponders and have managed our clients Newsletters and, blogs as well as setting up autoresponder emails. We also have experience with both Word Press and Dreamweaver. We have experience with most of the project managers, MS Office, Google, shopping carts, Adobe CS, Camtasia and many more programs. We can also offer you services for graphic design, custom social media backgrounds and pages and many other services as well. Our Team consists of Valerie who has a BA in Communications and over 25 years experience in the Administrative and Computer Fields. She was also an Advertising Director for an Instrument Company in Miami Fl for over 5 Years. She is proficient in Word, Excel, Outlook, In Design, Photoshop, Google Docs, Google Calendar and more. Johnna has shipping, customer service experience,scheduling and travel arrangements as well as some truck routing experience and crisis management on deliveries and rerouting.As well as Air Express shipping and UPS and Fedex.She is proficient in all office products,web,and computer maintenance.Also pay roll and banking and some light bookkeeping. Joel holds an A.S. in Architectural Design and Drafting. He was owner of a web design business for over 5 years. Further, has in excess 7 years of computer programming and database management experience. He is currently proficient in J, J++, HTML, DHTML, and SQL along with several other computer languages and he is Novell certified and a registered MCP. He also a graphic artist with extensive knowledge of Dreamweaver and Photoshop. Sergio Omar Martinez, is a Language Professor in Argentina. He has 14 years experience in professional translation services. He can also do corrections and revisions and proofreading. Resume and References given upon request.

    Associated with: Your Virtual Assistants Agency

    $32.00 /hr
    444 hours
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  2. Jay Low

    Jay Low

    E-commerce & Risk Advisor

    Malaysia - Last active: 09/27/2013

    E-commerce business owners face risks. Some may keep you awake at night. Others are routine and you really don’t think about them. The ones that keep you awake at night are most likely the least understood — or outside of your control. A key to business success is to mitigate your risks by better understanding the issues and how you will react to them. If nothing else, you may sleep better. Operational Risks If you have an established business that’s running smoothly, you still have risks that can slow your growth or halt your sales. These “operational risks” are ever present and frequently outside of your control. They could include the following. - Search engine optimization risk. Google changes its search engine algorithms and your website traffic drops by 50 percent overnight. - Hosting risk. Your website hosting company suffers a series of failures and your stores are offline for hours. - Price competition risk. Your largest competitor drops prices by 30 percent and your sales suffer. - Supplier risk. Your top-selling product line is suddenly pulled from the market and you are faced with a huge loss of revenue. - Shipping risk. A container load of products from an overseas supplier is stuck in customs because of a change in policy or an error in the shipping manifest — you have little inventory to sell. - Marketplace risk. You sell products on Amazon that it does not carry but it suddenly sources the products itself, at a much lower price. In those examples, the risk is not something you can directly control. Market forces, economic conditions, competitive strategies, and governmental regulation can impact your business. But, you can make contingency plans to mitigate the risks. For example, if you are heavily dependent on Google’s organic search traffic for your sales, make sure you understand which keywords convert and set up AdWords advertising campaigns that utilize those keywords and landing pages. In the event you are affected by an algorithm change, you can quickly turn on pay-per-click campaigns to remain visible to those searching on your keywords. If your competitors decide to lower prices, you need to be in a position to quickly respond. Consider how you might lower your prices in response, or introduce a campaign to emphasize your superior service, free shipping, or rewards program. The point is to take the time to identify the operational risks that would most impact your business. Think through ways to mitigate the impact if any of those scenarios were to actually happen. Make sure you prioritize. Once you deal with one type of risk, move it down the list and look at the next one. Assumptive Risks If you are a startup or expanding into uncharted markets or products, your risk lies in the assumptions you use for planning your new venture. You have to make assumptions, since you have little or no historical data to draw on. For a new eCommerce business, your assumptive risks will likely include: * Estimated website traffic; * Conversion rates; * Average sales order size; * Cost per acquisition from advertising; * Operating costs; * Gross margins; * Market demand for your products; * Cost and time to build out your website. As with operational risk, you must first identify the assumptive risks you face and prioritize them. Rather than first thinking about what to do if the results are different than your assumptions, you need to test your assumptions as much as possible to validate them. There are many ways to test assumptions. First, conduct industry research to determine as much as you can about your competitors. You can use tools to look at their website traffic and how they invest in pay-per-click advertising. You can research conversion rates for businesses operating in a similar space. You can also survey prospective customers or ask them to test a mockup of your website. If you are selling a single product or product line, you can test sales using different landing pages to monitor conversion rates. Do some polls in Facebook or Twitter or other social media channels. Interview other ecommerce business owners in non-competitive spaces. Ask them about conversion rates, seasonality, what their average order size is and so forth. You’ll find business owners willing to talk to you if they don’t see a competitive threat. I learn something every time I talk to another ecommerce company, even if I am the one supposedly providing the insight. I'm the best person to help you review your business needs and business focus + reducing risks you may face. You are welcome to join me to build your business revenue.

    $555.56 /hr
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  3. Sándor Varga

    Sándor Varga

    Software Engineer

    Hungary - Last active: 12/10/2014 - Tests: 4

    Engineer thinking, creative problem solving orientation, strict deadline keeping. Dipl. Software Engineer with 20+ years experience in full lifecycle of different kind of applications. 6+ years experience in development using JEE, Hibernate, Struts, Tiles. 10+ years of experience in development of web applications using Java, Jsp, MySQL, on Linux and Windows. Always passionate for new technologies, new languages and new challenges and development environments

    $11.11 /hr
    0 hours
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  4. Vishal Patel

    Vishal Patel

    Sr Php Magento Developer

    India - Last active: 5 days ago - Tests: 1 - Portfolio: 3

    I am a developer, web designer and computer programmer offering over 4+ years of experience on both client and server sides. I have advanced skills in PHP, MySQL, Javascript, HTML, Jquery, Magento, and CSS to name a few. I have completed a Bachelor of Computer Science Degree and completed projects Essar LTD. Please do not hesitate to contact me to discuss your project in detail and determine how my skills will positively contribute to your team.

    $7.78 /hr
    0 hours
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  5. Imtiaz Ahmed

    Imtiaz Ahmed

    Web Developer and Code Igniter Expert

    Pakistan - Last active: 02/25/2013 - Tests: 2 - Portfolio: 4

    My goal is to provide quick, best, accurate and real time administrative and configuration support in almost all Open Source Shopping Carts and CMS applications like (Magento, OpenCart, OsCommerce, Zen-Cart, Joomla, WordPress etc). I have integrated Stripe Payment Gateway in Pyro (Code Igniter) for International clients. I have extensive experience of Data Entry in Magento. My expertise are including catalog transfer from OpenCart to Magento along with categories, sub categories, meta tags, keywords and product images. I can customize Magento theme to give on-line store a very attractive and professional look

    $9.44 /hr
    94 hours
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  6. Olivia Hamilton

    Olivia Hamilton

    Freelance customer support

    United States - Last active: 01/19/2014 - Tests: 2

    My goal is to obtain a job or assignment that I can enjoy from home. I am a stay at home mother and any extra income that I can earn is wonderful for my family. My work background is customer service and I enjoy and love helping people accomplish their issues or tasks. My last experience was working with an at home company and I absolutely loved it. Billing, technical support, order taking, customer retention, and account management are just a few descriptions of jobs that I completed. I am very flexible and ready to learn new skills. Currently working on online research and database building.

    $6.11 /hr
    89 hours
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  7. Joanna Marie Dikit

    Joanna Marie Dikit

    Executive Assistant/Virtual Assistant

    Philippines - Last active: 10/16/2014 - Tests: 4 - Portfolio: 2

    Doing something else has constantly entranced me, and when it went to my profession I chose to do precisely the same thing. Being a virtual assistant is all together encounter. I have more than 7 years in BPO Industry. Out these 3 years, five have been used in acting as a virtual partner. On the off chance that circumstance obliges, then I can deal with a few assignments immediately too, and I am constantly excited about taking care of new undertakings. I can correspond with customers, workers, and senior authorities in an effective way. I will never let you down regarding professionalism.

    $10.00 /hr
    0 hours
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  8. Natasha Sukup

    Natasha Sukup

    Well rounded with knowledge in many different areas

    United States - Last active: 08/25/2014 - Tests: 2

    I have knowledge in many different areas. I know my way around a computer, with skills in Word, Excel, Power Point, and Photoshop. I have worked as a tax professional for 3 years and have a wide range of tax knowledge. I have skills in finance budgeting and ordering as well as making schedules. I have also worked in customer service, both in person and over the phone support, and have been trained in customer relations. I will also be graduating in December with a bachelor’s degree in Maternal Child Health.

    $10.00 /hr
    0 hours
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  9. Michele Larkin

    Michele Larkin

    Manager / Team Lead / Customer Service

    United States - Last active: 10/09/2013 - Tests: 3

    I am very professional, a team player, reliable, and a hard working individual. I have excellent oral and written communication skills in the English language. I take a lot of pride in my work. I know that Customer service is the cornerstone of any business. I have worked from my home office for over 4 years. With experience of over 10 years of Customer Service, 4 years of Web research, and 4 years of Email response. I have over 10 years of in-bond and out-bond call experience. I look forward to working with you!

    $6.67 /hr
    0 hours
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