UDPATE: VirtualPersonalAssistants.org is no longer a VA company. Instead the domain was sold to someone who’s trying to rip-off this site, and they’re not being very shy about it. Just today I found several examples of blatantly copied articles and posts. Stay away.
Please consider one of these alternatives.
VirtualPersonalAssistants.org is an Atlanta, GA-based virtual assistant company making waves in the “local outsourcing” market. The company was actually started by the same team behind 24/7 Virtual Assistant, a well-reviewed VA company that has been in business since 2008.
Virtual Personal Assistants can help you with concierge services such as booking a plane ticket, making a dinner reservation or keeping track of your appointments. Your dedicated assistant can also provide you with SEO and SEM services, website maintenance, research, and customer service.
They have proven internet marketing services to help get your business the quality online exposure you deserve. Or, if you need web development services, let them help you with their effective web development technologies to make sure you stay ahead of your competition.
The sign-up process makes it easy to get started with Virtual Personal Assistants. All you have to do is pick the plan that you think is best for you and speak with one of their managers. Depending on your needs and the information you give them, they can assign you the perfect virtual assistant. If you have any questions or concerns they will immediately address these with you, and in as little as one business day you can have your virtual assistant ready to help you.
Here is where VirtualPersonalAssistants.org gets really interesting. For US-based staff, the pricing is really affordable. The plans are designed to be as simple and efficient as possible; the popular 20 hour per month package is just $359 (approx. $18 an hour).
A number of tiered options are available, all the way up to a full-time dedicated virtual employee for just $1999 ($12.50 on hour), so you can purchase the block of hours that you’ll need. Without any long term contracts, you can upgrade or downgrade your plan at any time.
The virtual assistants work from the Atlanta office with on-site management staff.
If you’re in the market for a VA and are wary of going overseas or the freelancer route, I think VirtualPersonalAssistants.org would definitely be worthy of consideration. The pricing structure beats the US-based competition, which typically starts around $30 an hour from other virtual assistant companies. The only question is whether the quality is there to back it up.
Have you worked with VirtualPersonalAssistants.org? If so, please share a quick review below and help others with their decision.