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Put 60 Virtual Assistants, over 300 clients and 7 years into a pot, whisk furiously, and out comes some collectively powerful outsourcing experience.  We began this Virtual Assistant blog to showcase recommended tools and talents. We’ve learned a lot about propelling entrepreneurs to success in their fields of choice. The blog's purpose is to introduce you to the Virtual Assistant realm. We'd like the opportunity to walk you through what we do, how well we do it, and how much we love it.  We enjoy being “the guy behind the guy” and making everything look effortless.

We invite you to peruse our tips and expertise on marketing, SEO, ghost writing, social media, blogging, event planning, efficiency and more. Learn about what your Virtual Assistant can do for you, for your business, targeting your audience, in your niche.

Mar 22, 2014

Are You Advertising for an Enthusiastic Team Player? Don’t.

Your calendar is booked solid. Your phone is ringing off the hook. You haven’t had a haircut in months. You’re busy. So busy, in fact, that although you realize it’s […]
Mar 16, 2014

Keep Calm and Communicate

There are many ways to deal with an upset client, specifically the yelling type of client. I guess most people would simply like to yell right back at them, hang […]
Mar 10, 2014

Stop Trying to Trick Google

Search has changed drastically over the last 10 years. As a geek wannabe, I attended a talk given by Charlie Kalech of J-Town Internet Services last week at the MegaComm […]
Mar 2, 2014

Guest Blogging: Where, How & Who To Reach

Quiz Time. What do A Time to Kill and Fifty Shades of Grey have in common? A.    Both are bestselling books B.    Both were adapted into movies C.    Both were […]
Feb 24, 2014

How to Adapt to Digital Content Writing

A survival guide to the technological evolution of the written word. Kansas is long gone, baby. Yesterday’s “writing” has become today’s “content creation.” This leads anyone who was comfortable with […]
Feb 16, 2014

Is Your Revenue Per Employee High Enough?

I’m working with a firm grossing $750,000 per year in revenue (that’s $62,500 per month). It’s a family law practice. The firm has 10 employees. That works out to $75,000 […]