Tips for the Blogging Virtual Assistant
Back in the day, somewhere around 2008, being a virtual assistant was something that wasn’t widely accepted. Sure there were forums and membership sites out there geared towards helping you build a virtual assistant business. The idea existed but the market wasn’t saturated with blogging virtual assistants. I recall starting off with data entry jobs from home. I helped e-commerce sites upload their products, write a description, price, and whatnot then hit publish to have it upload to the world. I also helped with newsletter creation, social media replies, and updates as well as a tiny bit of writing. A blogging virtual assistant wasn’t quite popular back in the day when I started.
5 Tools to Help Blogging Virtual Assistants
This has been an interesting learning process. I am part of a couple of tribes on Tailwind, which is great as it gives me more exposure with a community of bloggers. I also have enjoyed the ability to schedule pins through Tailwind in a way that helps me get the most exposure out of my pins. Join for free today!
This platform was developed by Mike and me during our days of developing platforms to save the time involved with chore thread groups. LinkPops is also a great way to open multiple links for any blogger virtual assistant who must check on a variety of sites every day.
This is a great tool for blogging virtual assistants who want to help get their clients content out there in a scheduled fashion. Revive Social is a premium WordPress plugin that helps schedule social media content. You can have access to multiple accounts and track clicks. Sign up for Revive Social today!
If you are a blogger virtual assistant who does retweet chore threads for clients, then this is a true time saver. This platform works by scheduling tweets out every 10 minutes minimum but our new server edition helps you even further by having the ability to use a 1-minute trickle.
This is a new tool that I’ve been using as a ghostwriter because content marketing is all about having proper grammar and using the best word choices out there. Grammarly is free at its basic level but the $20 quarter option is best. Bloggers love when you can tell them that “this post was proofread by Grammarly.”
There you have it 5 tools that bloggers virtual assistants will benefit from. I started this work at home journey in 2006, never did I realize how far this would go. I knew I would be successful, by my own standards of the definition, but I never truly realized the extent of what one can do from home when they put their mind to making money to support their family.