• Got this comment from my buddy ethan:

    “haven’t tried all those services but offshore ones i have tried were weaksauce. find someone in the states or canada and pay the extra bucks makes all the difference. search around on twitter – it’s how i found mine.”

  • A big chunk of our business uses Virtual Assistants, the question you need to ask also is do you need someone one off, or how long you plan to keep them on for? (1 month, 1 week, 6months, by hour?). I can chat with you about it this week, since about 80% of our business is the 4 hour work week LOL

  • From my experience, AskSunday is useless. Can’t speak for the others!

    Good luck.

    Tx

  • Erinsmith

    Hi, I think nowadays more people are aware of what virtual assistant is and how to work with them and really a Virtual Assistant can help you out in your business. They can handle wide variety of support services through a single point of contact.
    And this article is EXCELLENT and thanks for all that information

  • Johnv

    The world of virtual assistance is definitely growing. Virtual assistants can provide a lot services like adminstrative support , travel arrangements, book keeping and transcription. This can be a real blessing for small businesses who cant afford too much expenses for a full time. administrative assistant.

  • I think virtual Assistants could really help you and your business in a lot of ways. It can save you time and this means money. They do a lot of service from blogging to web development and i think it is an advantage to consider getting a VA.