“She’s in the kitchen at the crack of dawn
Bacon’s on, coffee’s strong
Kids running wild, taking off their clothes
If she’s a nervous wreck, well it never shows
Takes one to football and one to dance
Hits the Y for aerobics class
Drops by the bank, stops at the store
Has on a smile when I walk through the door
The last to go to bed, she’ll be the first one up
And I thought I was tough” – Craig Morgan
I heard this song driving to lunch yesterday. And I couldn’t help thinking of Nina, my girlfriend.
She works two jobs. And she’s going back to school. Twelve hour days are common for her. She works circles around most people. Her commute to classes on Tuesdays and Thursdays is an hour and a half.
Someone the other day called Nina an “overtasker.” It reminded me of most small business owners. Are you an “overtasker” too?
What does “overtasking” have to do with internet marketing?
If you’re a small business owner, you’re probably thinking, “I already put-in twelve hour days. How am I going to do all the stuff the internet marketing gurus are telling me to do?”
You can’t do it all. Here’s my answer. Hire someone.
You may have heard of “virtual assistants.” They serve small business owners. Most work from their homes. Most are very professional.
There is a growing number of virtual assistants who are “upping their game.” They’re getting training in internet marketing methods. Many of these professionals are able to help you with your internet marketing needs.
Here’s a good place to find a professional virtual assistant who can help you with your internet marketing:
A friend of mine, Michelle Salater, recommends another type of virtual assistant. One who does more personal errands for the “overtasker.” You’re able to read more about who she recommends in her blog.
Giving You the Power to Fight the Big Boys!Hiring Internet Marketing Help for the Small Business Owner by Doug Stewart