The Resource for Entrepreneurs Looking to Partner with a Virtual Assistant

Surrey, Canada (PressExposure) October 20, 2008 -- A new resource has been developed for anyone considering partnering and working with a Virtual Assistant. VAnetworking, the world’s largest Virtual Assistant organization is celebrating its five year anniversary by launching a new blog this week for those wanting to learn more about working with a Virtual Assistant or ‘VA’. The VAnetworking Blog is full of the ins and outs of working with a VA including what you should look for, what isn’t that important and even how VAs operate and what different tasks are easiest to delegate. This is the RESOURCE for entrepreneurs looking to partner with a Virtual Assistant to help them succeed in their business ventures.

According to VAnetworking’s first blog post, "A Virtual Assistant (VA) is a highly-trained independent entrepreneur who provides a myriad of business support services virtually via phone, fax and internet based technology to support and meet the growing needs of businesses worldwide.

Partnering with a VA reduces stress, protects cash flow, eliminates administrative hassles, and enables business people to find the success they originally set out to achieve.

A VA is your right hand person helping you to succeed in your business. The irony is you may never meet your VA as odds are they live nowhere near you!"

Founder and CEO of Virtual Business Solutions Tawnya Sutherland, who sponsors this free online social network for VAs, states, “There seems to be a lack of information out there when it comes to working with Virtual Assistants. It’s my hope that this new blog will not only expose more people to the wonderful world of Virtual Assistance, but it will help answer the common questions almost everyone has before partnering with a VA.”

The blog will be updated at least twice weekly and is being managed by longtime VAnetwoking forum member and founder of Mann Made Time, Jaime Lee Mann.

“It’s not difficult at all to come up with posts which will help people when the time comes to choose a VA to work with. At all of my client consultations, I am asked the same questions over and over. There are many people who want to know how they pay me, or how work is actually done ‘virtually’ and most have absolutely no idea of the variety of tasks they can unload to a Virtual Assistant. This blog will be a very useful resource to anyone considering working with a VA,” states Mann whose niche specialty happens to be copywriting.

If you are considering becoming a virtual assistant, there’s never been a better time to join – the global meeting place for more than 10,000+ aspiring and successful VAs. As a member you’ll not only be eligible to participate in the most popular social network online for VAs, but you will have access to over 100,000 posts, expert advice on work-related topics, weekly VA chats, monthly contests, the VAnetworking Newsletter, discounts on products and services, and placement on a growing listing of VAs in 14 countries in the VA Service Directory.

When you visit the blog at you are encouraged to download the free ebook Learn the Fundamentals to Hire a Virtual Assistant which will help you even further in your search for your ideal VA.

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Press Release Submitted On: October 19, 2008 at 11:39 am
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