A virtual assistant can keep you connected.
How in the world are you supposed to keep up? Twitter, Facebook, MySpace, YouTube, and every day there is something new you are supposed to do to connect with current and potential clients. People who get paid good money to study this stuff say you should spend at least 2 hours each day on social network marketing. Where are you supposed to get an extra 2 hours? Consider a virtual assistant.
Many virtual assistants are offering social network/media marketing services. They can develop new or administer established social network applications for your business or non-profit. Social networking is more than just sharing what you had for breakfast. Using social media to share your knowledge, special events, special sales, contests, and more helps to keep you in the front of your customer’s mind. Sharing the occasional story lets people know you are human, as opposed to a spam bot. Tying your social network marketing into your traditional marketing helps to build your brand across the street, across the state, across the world!