The article focuses on the commonly misrepresented Philippine worker and the virtual assistant myths that give these people a bad name.
Jordan talks about his experiences working with several virtual assistants (VAs) on his businesses over the years. 3 out of 4 of the VAs he’s hired are in the Philippines, and so he has special insight on how they work. He can tell us about the virtual assistant myths floating around and what the real story is. This is a great true-life account of how the Philippine VAs he has found through FreeUp have helped his business.
The article also gives us an overview of what VAs are and about the nature of remote work. A VA is not an employee but a freelancer or contractor that you can hire to do work but are not obligated to provide benefits and insurance or pay taxes for.
These are the virtual assistant myths about Philippine-based remote workers that Jordan tackles:
The challenge that Jordan faced years ago was finding VAs that were vetted and had Amazon experience. He wound up onboarding them himself until he found FreeeUp, which became one of only two sources that he trusts. FreeUp is built on the idea of taking away the headache of hiring – the finding, vetting, and basic onboarding – VAs. He is one of the many FreeUp clients who have realized the great value that there is in this system and in the top remote workers that crush those pesky virtual assistant myths.
Jordan goes on to list the many worries that you avoid when using FreeeUp:
In this linked JordanMalik.com blog post, Connor of FreeeUp explains how virtual assistants can help your Amazon or eBay business.
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Click here to read the full article on jordanmalik.com/blog/ to know more about these virtual assistant myths and the truths that you should know.
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