From Publicity Hound (www.publicityhound.com)
This month, Reader's Digest and the Wall Street Journal both have
articles on the booming virtual assistant industry.
Stay-at-home moms and dads as well as talented but sometimes
jaded employees who are tired of the corporate world are setting
up shop for themselves, working for clients in their own
communities or thousands of miles away.
With skills such as bookkeeping, website development and public
relations, they're helping clients get speaking engagements,
maintain their websites, do invoicing, compile media kits, help
with other publicity tasks and do lots of other detail work that
drives people like me crazy.
"There is so much work for VAs, the field is thriving, absolutely
booming," said VA Diana Ennen, who was quoted in the Reader's
Digest article. She is the co-author of "Virtual Assistant the
Series: Become a Highly Successful, Sought After VA."
My own virtual assistant has freed me up to plan and launch three
major projects that will create new revenue streams this year.
Isn't it time you, too, stopped trying to do it all yourself?
I'll even help you.