Using a Virtual Assistant July 5, 2012

 

At some point, authors need help. When is it time to bring in someone else? Do you need them physically in the office or can they do your work remotely? All that and lots more as Judith Briles interviews Kelly Johnson, principal in Cornerstone Virtual Assistants.

How can working with a Virtual Assistant be an asset for my business?

What are some projects a Virtual Assistant may manage for me, especially related to getting my book completed and printed?

What are some key factors to understand regarding the client / virtual assistant professional relationship?

 

Kelly Johnson works with authors to manage technical, creative, and administrative projects for their businesses and books. She’s an article writing coach, does blog and website maintenance, knows how to implement an online shopping cart strategy, and is the principal of Cornerstone Virtual Assistance. She can be reached at kjohnson@cornerstoneva.com and her website is www.cornerstoneva.com.

 

 

Another lively hour on Your Guide to Book Publishing with Dr. Judith Briles at 6 pm EST, author of Show Me About Book Publishing.

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