A Virtual Assistant Becoming a Blogger

I have been dragging my heels in regards to becoming a blogger.  Due to its growing popularity and becoming a great publicity tool, I’m jumping on the bandwagon.  I am a Virtual Assistant and owner of RJ’s Word Processing Services.  I specialize in word processing services, in addition to other offerings.  Please visit www.rjswordprocessing.com/services.html for a list of services I offer.

I also have a degree in Marketing from Arizona State University.  When I graduated from ASU in 1998, blogging was not a marketing or publicity tool.  In addition, I don’t consider myself to be a writer.  From my research of blogging, I discovered that it is not necessary to be a writer in order to be a blogger.  Everyone has something to talk about.  Why not write about it.

I will continue my ride on the bandwagon of bloggers to see where it will take me.  If you are a small business owner and/or Virtual Assistant still standing on the sidelines, your competition are becoming bloggers.  As a marketer, I suggest you join me on the bandwagon of bloggers and start blogging.

Rita J. Cartwright, Owner
RJ’s Word Processing Services


3 Responses to A Virtual Assistant Becoming a Blogger

  1. paulanq says:

    Hi, Rita:

    Congratulations on entering the world of blogging! I, too, recently decided to enter the Blog world. It all seems so larger than life now with tags, techonorati and all the blog speak.

    At any rate I wish you the best. It’s always nice to see a reply to your post. I like the way you have signed off on your post, I need to adopt a similar format.

    In the meantime feel free to visit my blogs on wordpress (and leave reply:) http://the faithpreneur.wordpress.com as well as

    Hope the links work.


  2. buckeyeva says:

    Hello Rita!
    I’ve only been blogging for a short time. I am also a VA and am not a “writer”, but learning to love it! I wish you continued success in your VA business.
    Stephanie F.
    http://www.buckeyeva.wordpress.com (we have similar tastes!)

  3. Hi Rita! Thanks for sharing!

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