By Guest Blogger Yvonne Wu

Businesses are branding their name over the internet. They are building credibility by showcasing their services and being seen as an expert in their chosen field. They are using media such as blogging, ezines, social media, article writing, internet radio advertising, and self published books. 

As businesses expand their connections to a global market they are looking for ways that they can keep in touch with current and potential clients. Email correspondence and social media has become the chosen medium. Gone are tedious long distance charges, time zone restrictions and costly travel.

By working with a Virtual Assistant, a small business or a creative entrepreneur can now take advantage of the knowledge and experience of a marketing expert at a fraction of the cost; thereby giving them an edge over their competition.

Many Virtual Assistants have technical know how and marketing knowledge to promote your business, create a buzz, gain global exposure and market your business online using many of the principals used in viral marketing. The Virtual Assistant can be a one stop shop for many of your business needs.  They are hired on a per-project basis and they work out of there home office. No need to buy office supplies or hire a full time employee.  

Virtual Assistants let you focus on the things that are most important to you – the business aspect – while we handle the rest.

Here are 5 things a virtual assistant can do for you.

 1.  Advertise your services via social media

2. Create ezines and build your mailing list

3. Create sales page to advertise your products/services

4. Assist with putting together spinoff products

5. Setup and maintain your blog, answer comments and post comments.

The YP Publishing provides a wide range of online promotional services for Authors, Speakers and Small Business Owners.

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Five Ways a Virtual Assistant Can Help You
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4 thoughts on “Five Ways a Virtual Assistant Can Help You

  • July 23, 2010 at 11:35 am

    I have a few friends who use and love their virtual assistants. I like responding directly to my readers because of the nature of my blog.

  • July 26, 2010 at 1:44 pm

    Too often entrepreneurs want to do it all themselves. It is their nature to want to be in control of everything concerning their business. Makes a lot of sense.

    On the other hand, entrepreneurs can also become the bottleneck to business growth when they want to have too much control. The goal is to have people who love to do what is considered work for you. By finding the right people to support you, and your business, you will be setting the stage for growth.

  • July 27, 2010 at 3:47 pm

    Wearing many hats is the Achilles heel of so many small business owners. When first starting out, a small business owner may have time to focus on all aspects of their business, but as the business grows; it is time to call in help. I personally recommend to my clients that they devise systems when business is slow so that delegation can be done and closely monitored when the business starts to grow.

    Brian N. Stovall

  • July 28, 2010 at 2:16 am

    I have used a VA to help me with my business. It is so much cheaper than having a full time employee. I recommend using someone with good reviews or local so you can meet ahead of time and see how you feel working with them.

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