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Top 5 Benefits of Having a Virtual Address for Your Business

A virtual address, and the virtual office that can come with it, is a relatively new concept that has really taken off in recent years. In the digital age, where people are connected in many different ways, the need for traditional offices is diminishing. If you are running a small business, you may not have the need for a full-time office, or your business may not be big enough to afford a dedicated office yet.

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I Bought a Virtual Office Address, but Want to Change it. Now What?

You decided to invest in a virtual address – great decision. Virtual addresses are a smart way to improve your business’ credibility, and are much better options for a small business then a PO Box. But now you’ve determined that you want to change that virtual address. So what do you do?

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Where Can I find a Virtual Answering Service in the East Bay?


If your business is in the East Bay Area, it’s a great time to be alive because you have an array of options for a Virtual Answering Service. Knowledge really is power.  A good place to start would be to contact the local executive office centers in your area and ask about their virtual answering services.

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Can't Afford Your Office Space Anymore? Look Into Virtual Office Space

As the economy has finally rebounded from the unforgiving recession, property values have risen to near pre-2008 levels. And when property values go up, leases become more expensive, too. In San Francisco, the average office lease price is now $45 per square foot, up more than 8 percent from last year.

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Why use Phone Answering Services when Google Phone is Free?

A wise person once told me, "Deals are made and lost on the phone."

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3 Ways a Virtual Office Can Jump Start Your Business

Having your own business can be both a blessing and a curse: On one hand, you are your own boss, you make your own rules. On the other hand, the responsibility for success is on you – you have to make it happen.

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