VA VAULT with Kat Ann
Salepage : VA VAULT with Kat Ann
I Used To Think You Either Had To Be A Full-Fledged, Balls To The Walls Entrepreneur Or You Were Stuck In Corporate Forever.
I had no clue there was this sweet spot in between.
No clue that there was a place where you could have the financial security you get in corporate but the daily flexibility you get as an entrepreneur.
I was that dumb bitch that had no CLUE that influencers had people working with them.literally thought they did it all themselves.
The branding, the graphics, the operations, the websites, the video editing, the merch, the products, the social media management, the customer service. literally everything!
Until- one day- when an influencer posted on IG saying she was looking for a virtual assistant. I had no clue what the fuck it was, but later found out it is literally the COOLEST position you could ever land.
And here’s why being a VA is the COOLIEST:
- You get to work closely with influencers
- The work is constantly changing- so you won’t look back in 30 years and think “I lived the same day 10,950 times.” Instead, you’ll think, “Dude. my job was to literally create content, talk to people, hold responsibilities in every area of a business and make merch that says ‘Just Fartin’ Around’ on it!!”
- Because you do a lot of shit, you learn a lot of shit and a lot of new ways to do that shit- so you just continue to become an APPRECIATING asset!
What Is SEO traffic?
There are two types of website traffic:
- Organic traffic: This is traffic that you don’t pay for directly. It includes people who click through to your website from your social media pages, your email newsletter, Google’s search results, and so on.
- Paid traffic: This is traffic that you pay for directly. It includes people who click pay-per-click (PPC) ads, as well as those who hear about you through influencer marketing, newsletter or podcast sponsorships, and other forms of paid advertising.
SEO stands for search engine optimization, and is a process of optimizing your website with the goal of ranking higher on search engine results pages (SERPs) and ultimately increasing traffic.
In theory, the term SEO refers to all search engines, but in practice, it’s Google that matters most as they have an 87.35% share of the search market, with Bing being a very distant second at 5.53%, and Yahoo taking third place with 2.83% of the market.
SEO traffic is organic traffic that comes from search engines, in other words, people who typed a keyword or query into Google, looked through the search results, and then clicked through to your website.
Note that this doesn’t include paid search engine traffic, meaning those who entered a query into a search engine, and then clicked on your PPC ad that was displayed above the search results.
VA VAULT with Kat Ann