I started this blog four years ago, over time it has gone through a number of changes. When I first started I was writing about food, then it morphed into a sort of mommy blog for awhile, and last year I finally landed upon my niche in the virtual world.
I have always enjoyed working as a personal assistant, and getting to do that from home is like a dream come true. I currently have two clients I am working with, A&O Realty and Inspiring Christian Coaching. I have attached a few links to my posts over at A&O Realty below.
In honor of the new year and my newest endeavor I am offering up free consultations and a discounted hourly rate for those who sign up before February 28th.
A&O Realty Blog Posts
If you like the posts I completed for A&O Realty and would like me to write something similar for your website let me know. You can contact me here. Want to know more about my services? Check out my services page. Looking to bundle multiple services? I have packages that will fit just about any business. I can also create a specialty package for you. Don’t forget currently I am running a special for all new clients who sign up between now and the end of February of a $15 per hour rate. The length of the rate will change depending on the project. Please set up a free consultation for more details. (Average length of discount is six weeks, but may be extended up to a max of six months.) This discount rate won’t last long, and may even be the only time it is ever offered, so jump on it while it is hot.
My partnership with A&O Realty was a lucky find and a fine example of sometimes it is who you know. If you are looking to start your own virtual assistance business reach out to your friends and family, see if anyone knows someone who could use help with their blog, website, or social media. I currently am responsible for the website maintenance (including blog updates) and social media outreach for A&O Realty. It’s important to remember however that when you work for someone no matter what your prior relationship was to working for them, this is a business and you must treat the job as you would any other job.