Vancouver, Canada, August 10, 2007
With the Virtual Assistant industry getting larger every day, Tawnya Sutherland, founder of www.VAnetworking.com (VANA), has implemented a survey that will be completed by Virtual Assistants from all over the world so that further awareness can be brought to the Virtual Assistant industry through media and press outlets.
After her radio interview on Brian Greenburg’s Philadelphia-based, nationally syndicated radio show (www.wnjc1360.com) and, due to the increasing number of requests for information on the Virtual Assistant industry from other media outlets, Tawnya has decided to go straight to the source for the information. Through a web-based survey, Tawnya hopes to put together a survey to assist individuals in understanding the who, what, when, where, why and how’s of Virtual Assistants.
To date, the replies have been surprisingly large, with hundreds of replies in the first couple of days alone. Tawnya is now looking forward to compiling the results and getting them ready for distribution. She will close the survey on September 15, 2007. If you haven’t already taken the survey, please go to www.vanetworking.com/survey to participate.
In appreciation for completing this survey, VANA will include a link to your business Website, stating you were a contributor to the survey results. You can only have your business advertised with the survey results if you participate in the survey itself. Who knows… you could get a call from a local or national media outlet wanting to talk to you about the industry.
Through the Virtual Assistant Networking Association (VANA) forum, Tawnya will compile all of the information from the survey and will post the information on www.VAnetworking.com, where everyone will be able to view and use this information freely.
The Virtual Assistant Networking Association (VANA) is for successful and aspiring "In The Know" Virtual Assistants and/or Virtual Achievers, commonly referred to as VAs, globally. Supercharge your Virtual Assistance business at the warmest networking place on the web that everyone online is talking about. A friendly, informative, educational and resourceful network, VANA is the largest business network online for VAs to share, learn and succeed in their virtual businesses.
So join the fun and stop by the VANA Forum today at http://www.vanetworking.com. You’ll see just how much better your business can become and also have a great time doing it. And for those looking for a VA, you won’t be able to beat the professionals you’ll find here.
Tawnya Sutherland, founder of Virtual Assistant Networking Association (VANA) http://www.vanetworking.com and author of the Virtual Assistant Startup System (VBSS), is a Certified Internet Marketing Specialist sharing her expertise to help aspiring and successful VAs turn website clicks into cash for them.