Friday, June 15, 2007

Virtual Assistant Networking Association Milestone

The Virtual Assistant Networking Association (VANA) is nearing the 6,000 member mark. It could hit it as soon as this week. With a current membership count of 5,945 it won’t be very long at all.

This is an amazing feat for a forum that is only 4 years old. It is billed as the “Largest online global meeting place for successful and aspiring Virtual Assistants”. As Virtual Assistant forums go, this is the biggest and it doesn’t seem that this growth will be stopping anytime soon.

With recent mentions in articles like the one that appeared in the May edition of the Reader’s Digest, Virtual Assistants are making VANA their online meeting place. People come and ask questions, give advice, share their successes, and even help each other find clients. A member at VANA, Darrell Williams of Right-Hand-Man Virtual Assistant Services says this:

“This is the most supportive business forum that I have been a part of. Other VAs are always willing to answer any questions I have and they are also open to any comments or suggestions I might have, as well. It is like we are all working together because it’s not a competitive place. Everyone honestly wants the best for each other’s Virtual Assistant practice. My VA practice would not be where it is today without the help I found at VANA”

As more people become aware of Virtual Assistants and the need for their services increases, VANA will be there to help VAs and their clients along. There is An Request for Proposal (RFP) system for both VAs and potential VA clients alike. If a client needs a Virtual Assistant, they just send the information into VANA and then the VAs have a chance to respond to their request. This is just one of the services and benefits of the free VANA membership.

VANA’s founder, Tawnya Sutherland, and her team of “VA Virtuosos” are a volunteer team of extremely successful VAs. They are involved at VANA to help other VAs succeed as Virtual Assistants the same way that they have. They are a vital part of VANA and their solid input is invaluable to the “aspiring” VAs.

If you would like to find out more about what a Virtual Assistant is or if you are a Virtual Assistant that needs some support, give the Virtual Assistant Networking Association a look. If you are looking for a Virtual Assistant, VANA would be a great place to start.

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1 comment:

Virtul Assistant Ecommerce said...


Virtual Assistant Networking Association will be based on achieving the common goal of assisting you with your business endeavors. Virtual Assistant focused on learning the in’s and out’s of your business and working style while you focus will be on building a rapport and getting to know more about your Virtual Assistant. Thanks a lot...